USA Today and Publishers Weekly best-selling author Katie MacAlister gets listeners' hearts racing with her unique brand of paranormal romance. While on a singles tour of Europe, Seattle's own Pia Thomason is looking for a man and trying not to think about her 40th birthday. Too bad her choice of suitors is less than appealing. But when she meets two mysterious strangers in Iceland, Pia becomes immersed in an undead love affair. And she learns that where vampires are concerned, love isn’t the only thing at stake.
Love in vein: spend some more time with the Dark Ones.
©2008 Katie MacAlister (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC
“Wickedly hot.” (Romance Reviews Today)
The storyline was really weak and the narrator was a bad choice.
I really didn't find much of anything interesting and the storyline was slow.
I really like the other books in the series, but the narrator really ruined this book for me.
First, I must admit I am reading/listening to these books out of order. I'm not sure if it's because of this or because I have recently read/listened to some very good books, but this story was just completely lacking. It left me feeling entirely lost and wondering if I had purchased only half a book. It leads up to the point where they will begin their relationship (which I knew because I read them bass akwards) but then stops, before they even GET together! The story itself seemed to have an excellent concept, but horrible execution. The main character acts like an airhead the entire book and, quite honestly is an idiot. I've, thankfully only ever met one person that reminded me of Pia, or else I'd probably have gone insane. It's the kind of person that you ask to do something, Tell to do something, then figure 'screw it' and do it yourself. Though, I must admit the main bad guy I didn't realize would be who it was, however the end of the book Really doesn't tie that end up either. I'm left feeling as though I'm holding a bunch of loose ends, and that that's how the author wanted, so that we'd buy her next book in the series. I'm normally alright with cliff-hangers, but by darned it, at least bring the main character and her mate together in the book that's about Them. With that I think I'm done with my rant. Pick another book, even though the narrator tried, and I really did like how she did the voices (though Pia took a little getting used to) I enjoyed being able to tell who was who by the voice she put to them alone. That, sometimes is rare with narrators.
Magda - she has a gusto for adventure
gives the charaters their own personality
I cannot say I was particularly moved by the book but definately entertained.
A slightly different kind of story by Katie MacAlister but fun as always. Her characters are always a bit off the wall and snarky. Can't wait to read the next installment of this particular story.
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