If it was still beating. Angus MacKay has been undead for almost 500 years and it's not often something, or someone, surprises him. Until Emma Wallace. The sight of this luscious agent from the CIA's elite Stake-Out team was enough to stop Angus in his tracks. But then he discovers that she's a vampire slayer, intent on killing the "monsters" who killed her parents. And it's Angus's job to stop her.
The only good vampire is a dead vampire. It's been Emma's motto since she committed her life to the destruction of these things. Now Angus MacKay wants to convince her differently. Sure, he's a sexy Highland warrior who seems to have stepped off the cover of a romance novel, complete with brogue, kilt, and sword, but he's also one of them. And it's her job to kill him.
The war is on, but will it end in the destruction of one or both of them... or in total surrender to a passion for the ages?
Bite into another Love at Stake novel.
©2007 Kerrelyn Sparks (P)2011 HarperCollins Publishers
Love books. I love to read and love to listen.
Love the series
Yes. Her Scottish accent was horrible. It was a difficult read.
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he never gave up on her or there relationship
how the caritors continue on and grow as they go
as good as the first two im buying the set
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Seriously, that is the worst I can say about this book. In the previous book, Emma had an English accent, so it was difficult to imagine her being from Europe. I'm beginning to think that they really should have stuck with one narrator for the entire series, in order to keep the continuity. The books are very much what they should be, the dialog is amusing and the romance is there, but the continuity problems with the narration can be distracting.
Having read the first two on a Kindle, it was very interesting to listen to an audiobook version of the third. The reader did a fantastic job with all the accents and different "voices" of the characters. The book itself was well written, entertaining and definitely had its juicy bits. All in all a good book.
Yes I would. I enjoyed Emma the heroine of this story. While there is the struggle of good vamps versus bad vamps, I like the progression of the story line. I think it is the many characters within in the story that has you looking for to their stories as well. So going back to relisten to some of the details and inter relationships is probably why I would revisit this book for a listen. Plus it just a good escapism.
I think the transformation, don't really want to say more. Even though for most readers the plot is predicable, it's still an enjoyable lead up to the ending.
I think when Angus realizes how much he loves ....
I think simply "My Vampire Heart"
Looking forward to the next story in the series
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