I love this series, it doesn't take itself seriously. There is a lot of humor in it. Also, a very nice love story. Viva Atlantis.
I love this authors books however I prefer Kirby Heyborne to the other narrators...wish he had narrated all the Argeneau Stories
Maybe it's a genre thing, but I could not actually finish this. It was pretty much a harlequin romance novel with fangs. I shall steer clear of this sort of thing in the future.
Love reading about Vampires! Lynsay Sands and Jeaniene Frost are my favorites. I also enjoy Romance novels - Sabrina Jeffries and Johanna Lindsey are the best. I also read Sarah Addison Allen, Rachel Vincent, Jim Butcher, and Elizabeth Peters (also aka Barbara Michaels).
Once again Lynsay Sands has written a Great book! I Love the Argeneau's.
I can't wait for the next in this series.
This book was very engaging! Kale and Alex were wonderful. A perfect match of opposites! it was also nice to check in with Sam and Joe. Kale was totally the gentle warrior. I laugh through most of the book. Bricker has to be next to find his life mate.
I have all Lynsay Sands novels and usually await the next installment of the Argeneau novels so when I noticed this was available I quickly purchased it and was eager to get started. I should have saved my money because this book is so boring I could barely get through it, and the book was made even worse by the mono-tone voice of Kirby Heyborne. The dialogue was so boring I could not muster any excitement for the two main characters. This installment had none of the humor that I normally enjoy from Sands and Cale and Alex never really jell as a real love interest.
I found myself bored with this story. It was all there, great characters, characters from other series, good story line, but i just found myself not wanting to finish it...I did however, but for me it just wasn't interesting, i have enjoyed other audio's in this series, so don't write this series off, it just comes down to personal preferences.
loved the female character and the portrayal of her life, the man was also refreshing in that he was old/wise but wasn't some bossy bully all knowing fellow (what with him being 300 years old and all) The man who read the story has a fantastic voice too, he can use different accents and not sound like an idiot
(he's like a voice actor, sounds very 'real')