Lynsay Sands

Book Review – The Rogue Hunter by Lynsay Sands

June 20, 2009

The Rogue Hunter (Argeneau Vampires, Book 10) In this part of the series, we veer off the immediate Argeneau family for a bit while we learn about those who work with them. Surprisingly enough, they are just as interesting and easily likable as the Argeneau crew, and we are regaled with “cameos” from different Argeneaus [...]

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Book Review – Vampire, Interrupted by Lynsay Sands

June 15, 2009

Vampire, Interrupted (Argeneau Vampires, Book 9) This is the book that ties it all together! It answers so many questions, and resolves the mystery that has been ongoing for the last two books (along with the curious relationship between Marguerite and her late husband, Jean-Claude). While the plot thickens and the familiar mysterious pattern of [...]

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Book Review – Vampires Are Forever by Lynsay Sands

June 14, 2009

Vampires Are Forever (Argeneau Vampires, Book 8) *QUICK NOTE*: There is a scene I quoted towards the end that is a *slight* spoiler. While it doesn’t say what happened, or what will happen, it does indicate that one of the main characters was (or is) possibly in danger – but hey – that’s to be [...]

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Book Review – The Accidental Vampire by Lynsay Sands

June 11, 2009

The Accidental Vampire (Argeneau Vampires, Book 7) I’ll admit that my reviews on this series may not be in the proper reading order (woops!). This is book 7 in the series. To be honest, while it is *best* to read this books in order, (references about past couples and events appear throughout each new novel), [...]

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Lynsay Sands – Argeneau Vampires Series Reading Order

March 22, 2009

Ok this series ROCKS!! You will be sighing and chuckling through each book – funny, clever and touching. I’ve read each one and LOVE them all. 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 [...]

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