This is book 2 in the New York Times and USA Today best-selling paranormal romance Accidentally Yours series.
"If you love her, set her free. If she comes back, she's yours. If she doesn't...Christ! Stubborn woman! Hunt her down, and bring her the hell back; she's still yours according to vampire law."
- Niccolo DiConti, General of the Vampire Queen's Army.
After a three-century "time out," legendary vampire Niccolo DiConti vows to fulfill an ancient prophecy and, along the way, defeat the demented queen of the damned. All he has to do is find his human mate, seduce her into agreeing to become a vampire, and bond her to him forever. Luckily, he's handsome, charming, and mind-blowing in bed. How hard could this be?
On vacation in sultry Mexico, biologist Helena Strauss makes the discovery of a lifetime when she meets Niccolo-and finds herself caught in a world of supernatural secrets and dangerous delights. Even more shocking is that he seems to know everything about her and claims her as his true immortal companion. Sure, she can't take her eyes-or mouth-off this gorgeous, perfect being. But can a hot-blooded gal like her really settle down with a cold-hearted vampire?
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©2013 Mimi Jean Pamfilloff (P)2013 Hachette Audio
Ahhh this book was much better than the first. The Heroine, Helena was a lot less stupid and whiny than Emma from the first book. The story line was good, the chemistry was good, there was plenty of dialogue. The hero was very sexy and smart. A nicely written sex scene too.
Oh and Cimil is great, Love her! Someone said she reminded them of Nucking Futs Nix from Kresley Cole Immortals After Dark series, and she does a little, The character is somewhat similar but of course Nix is still the very best.
This book was also NOT written in the first person which I think also made the book even better.
I have already started the third book and guess what?? Yep its written in the first person so we get all those constant thoughts and blah blah blah's again like the first book.. oh well..
As to the narrator, she is getting better and I really enjoyed her narration in this story a lot more than the first. She did better character voices and the men's voices sounded much better. Keep improving on that narration Helen Wick its paying off!
Credit worthy? Yes.
I love being swept away by a new romance and thankfully Audible's ever growing Library means I get to indulge myself over and over again
I'll be honest, at the start of this I really didn't think I was going to like it - it sounded very YA but perseverance paid off in the end and it ended up being a fun filled light romance thanks mainly to the twisted humor and cryptic clues of Cimil Godess of the Underworld (very similar to Nucking Futs Nix from the Immortals After Dark series by Kresley Cole).
Niccolo, the very handsome but arrogant Executioner for the insane and deadly Queen Reyna is depressed and wants out so seeks his prophecy by finding Cimil unknowing that she'll put him in a deep sleep for 300 years and only to be awakened by the blood and kiss of his true mate. In walks (or is mystically pulled) Biologist Helena a beautiful, feisty, 20+ yr old virgin and she falls madly in love... but Niccolo doesn't, lust yes but he just wants her to fulfil the prophecy and end his slavery but an unbreakable bond has been forged through myth and legends.
Helena feels betrayed and no longer wants to be just a pawn in his game so she walks out on him (sensible girl) determined to break the mate bond and this starts a mad cross country pursuit by Niccolo as she's not alone Andrus, a sexy Demilord, is not only with her but he's making his moves on her too. Jealousy, twists, not too graphic sex, betrayal, surprises, humor, snappy dialogue and action ensues. As Niccolo fights the sands of time he also fights for Helena, fights his Queen and makes a shocking discovery that changes everything for him.
Worth a credit? If you're a PNR lover in the mood for an enjoyable light, fun and humorous listen then look no further as this is definitely your book and yes creditworthy.
Love to read of course but have little time for it. Enjoy music and going on long trips with my family.
Yes, I guess so the book did have it's good parts.
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