I loved the relationship that developed between Nicholas and Jo! Lynsay writes with such perfect detail and personality you really get to know and attached to the members of Argeneau family.
Lynsay Sands is an excellent writer and story teller! All characters are well developed and have such distinct personalities. I have read everything she has published and eagerly wait for more!
The writing is a little weak. The story itself is fine, the feeling is that the author sort of lost interest - and I think this is true of most of the series. I really liked the first one I read - Single White Vampire - and I like some of the recurring characters - but as a whole it feels kind of formulaic and thrown together.
I do not just want to read books; i wish i could climb in and live there.
Fast paced,True love and enjoyable.
Love the way Jo sticks up for Nicholas no matter what - Even with Lucian and he's supposed to be so scary... She never gives up... she is so cool!!!!
I like Kirby but I don't like the way he does Lucian's voice other wise he is good.
I will never give up!
I really enjoyed this book! Nicholas was great and very loveable. Jo was a feisty,spunky and true. Great work Lynsay .... This series is so easy to listen to - I have lots more to get through....
Give me water to swim and surf in. That with a glass of white wine and the sun. That's heaven.
"THE ROGUE HUNTER: A ROGUE HUNTER NOVEL" is fantastic when it starts out accellerating all out and continues through out the entire novel. The humor, twists, and romance continue all the way through. Lynsay Sands "Argeaneau Vampires" are my favorite and the narrator, Kirby Hayborne is top notch to say the least. For pure entertainment, you can't do any better than Sands and Hayborne.
If I ever hear the word "grimaced" ever again I will end up on that show called Snapped. It took me nearly two weeks to finish this book. I made it till the very end with about 20 minuntes left to go and abandonded ship for a week. I only finished it because of a minor OCD thing. It was sickening how much TMI was in this book. A box of pizza was talked about on 7 different occasions, when it was purchased, how it was re-warmed, how the main character divided the slices on the plates with a grimace. ARRGGHHH!!! Never again. Sorry Linsay Sands but I am not a fan.