Review: The Trouble with Vampires

The Trouble With Vampires (Argeneau #29)

Synopsis:

For close to three thousand years the imposing, impossibly handsome Santo Notte has fought in armies across the world and battled his own, more personal enemies. Of all the places he might expect to encounter his life mate, a quiet corner of upstate New York doesn’t seem likely. But as soon as he makes contact with history professor Petronella Stone, while hunting down a suspected rogue immortal, he knows that she will be the greatest adventure of his eternal life.

He expects her to be surprised, confused, even overwhelmed. What he doesn’t expect is that Pet has a secret history of her own. There’s no mistaking the mind-blowing, mutual pleasure they share. But as Pet struggles to protect her nephew from a danger lurking too close to home, Santo realizes there’s another threat to her safety—him. And claiming their passionate future will be impossible until he leaves his past behind, forever…

Rating: 5-stars

Review:

The Trouble with Vampires by Lynsay Sands is the twenty-ninth book in the series. I keep reading the books in this series because just like this novel, they are full of humor. The hilarious banters and dialogue back and forth make me laugh so hard! I have no idea how Lynsay Sands creates these hilarious, action-packed, romantic, suspenseful yet emotionally tugging books. Yet, she does. I love the way they are written. The characters both big and small are just as awesome and real. There are the moments when I thought everyone was going to die and they somehow just barely make it. Survival is a must. Secrecy is also a top must especially in a world full of humans. These vampires are like a paranormal FBI swat team/ Marine Corp. Strength, intelligence, sometimes best looking, but their humanity is what appeals to me as a readers. I laugh, cry, and fall harder for them all. Lynsay Sands is a talented writer. She creates unforgettable characters and unforgettable worlds of fiction.

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