Fellow reader, “Leada” loves them too!
I found the Argeneau series from Lynsay Sands and have really enjoyed all of them. They’re all funny, exciting and romantic. The theory behind where vampires originated is interesting too, first time I’ve ever heard that idea. If you’re looking for a new series to start I highly recommend these books.
- A Quick Bite (The Argeneau Family)
- Love Bites (Argeneau Vampires)
- Single White Vampire (Argeneau)
- Tall, Dark & Hungry (Argeneau Novels)
- A Bite to Remember (The Argeneau Family)
- Bite Me If You Can (The Argeneau Family)
- The Accidental Vampire (The Argeneau Family) (read my REVIEW here)
- Vampires Are Forever (The Argeneau Family)
- Vampire, Interrupted (The Argeneau Family)
- The Rogue Hunter (The Argeneau Family)
- The Immortal Hunter (Argeneau Vampires)
- The Renegade Hunter (Argeneau Rogue Hunter 3)
- Tiny’s story can be found in the Bitten By Cupid anthology
- Born to Bite: An Argeneau Novel (Argeneau Vampires)
- Hungry For You: An Argeneau Novel
- The Reluctant Vampire: An Argeneau Novel
- Teddy’s story as found in the The Bite Before Christmas Anthology
- Under a Vampire Moon: An Argeneau Novel
- The Lady Is a Vamp: An Argeneau Novel (The Argeneau Family)
- Immortal Ever After: An Argeneau Novel (Anders story)
- One Lucky Vampire: An Argeneau Novel <— just released!
- Vampire Most Wanted: An Argeneau Novel
- The Immortal Who Loved Me: An Argeneau Novel (Argeneau Vampire) <— expected release date February 25th 2015
What’s coming up next, in the Argeneau series? On Lynsay’s FAQ, we find out that:
- Bricker (the youngest vampire of the group thus far, will most likely have his own story also).
- As posted on her Facebook and her forum: “Avon has offered for four more vamps which will take the series to twenty full length novels and two anthos.”
Check out her FAQ! Tons of good info on how she came up with her characters, story line, the “nanos” and why the series went from the “Argeneau series” to the “Rogue Hunter series” (which, in essence are all the same series, since we are dealing with the same characters).