Yes, I did just review this book last week (UNDER A VAMPIRE MOON takes us on a tropical vacation). But I liked it so much that I felt the need to remind you all that it is out today. And, Under a Vampire Moon is available at AMAZON.
When Vampires Go On Vacation. . .
Escaping a horrible marriage, Carolyn Connor has no desire to think about men—a vow she's determined to keep while on vacation in St. Lucia. She'll take the Caribbean sun and sea and plenty of tropical drinks with those cute umbrellas poolside, thank you. She absolutely does not need male company, no matter how tan and rock-hard his body may be.
Easy enough, but then Carolyn meets the charming Marguerite Argeneau, who is infamous among her family for her matchmaking prowess . . .
Christian Notte has well known the power of finding a life mate. He's seen enough of his Argeneau relatives taken down for the count, but he never imagined he'd let himself fall in love—until he meets the enthralling, charmingly skittish, and oh-so-mortal Carolyn. But how will he reveal what he is and still convince this once-bitten mortal to trust him with her heart . . . and her forever?
|Available for pre-order at AMAZON|
Don't hate me but, One of the best things about the E-Galley, and so, I am assuming the Kindle version at least, was a first chapter excerpt of the next book in the series, THE LADY IS A VAMP, out at the end of July. "Ugh, too long until the end of July!" I thought after finishing the excerpt! How can I possibly wait?! It's not like I don't have a hundred books to read, but I enjoy this series so much that I could go for an Argeneau every month!
Then, to my surprise the e-galley of THE LADY IS A VAMP was made available to reviewers by AVON/HARPER COLLINS!!! I immediately downloaded the short novel (214 pages). I made it just one day before giving in to my urge, nay, need, to devour this new piece the was an Argeneau polishes off a bag of blood (blushing, I look ashamed by my lack of control, but satisfied)!
Of course, I plan to review it closer to publication but here's what I can tell you: The story is about Jeanne Louise Argeneau, Marguerite's neice and Nicholas' daughter. THE LADY IS A VAMP is completely different than any other Argeneau novel or story up to this point. It is still sexy, Nanos and Marguerite still have a hand in the plot and it is poignant. Also, it involves the finer points of Immortal Law and does not take place in the tropics.
Hmm, what else can I say? I couldn't put it down and demolished it in about two and a half hours. I hope this series continues a long time.