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Immortal Ever After: An Argeneau Novel (Argeneau Vampire) Mass Market Paperback – February 26, 2013
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“An excellent mystery as well as the usual delightful characters and sizzling romance interwoven with a bit of humor.” (Romantic Times)
“A great romance, a nice bit of suspense anda good dose of humor make this addition to Sands’ vampire series a delight...great entertainment value.” (Romantic Times)
“...a delight... sure to please.” (Romantic Times BOOKclub)
From the Back Cover
New York Times bestselling author Lynsay Sands delivers a wickedly fun Argeneau novel featuring a vampire ready to claim his mate and the beauty who resists her fate!
A kiss doesn’t mean eternity . . .
Valerie Moyer doesn’t believe in vampires—until she is kidnapped by a fanged psychopath! After escaping her bloodthirsty captor, she’s through with creatures of the night. Until she finds herself under the protection of the darkly handsome Anders. Not only is she expected to accept that Anders is immortal, but also that she is the woman destined to be his life mate!
. . . Or does it?
Anders felt a connection to Valerie from the moment he cradled her bruised body in his arms. But before he claims her, he must destroy the vampire who almost stole her from him forever. His job would be easier if Valerie didn’t fight him every step of the way. Still, Anders loves a challenge, and the green-eyed beauty is worth fighting for!
- ASIN : 0062078119
- Publisher : Avon; Argeneau Vampire edition (February 26, 2013)
- Language : English
- Mass Market Paperback : 384 pages
- Item Weight : 6.7 ounces
- Dimensions : 1.2 x 6.6 x 4.2 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #256,666 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Valerie is a vet who was going back to college to learn some of the newer techniques in veterinary medicine when she was kidnapped by a rogue vampire. But, not only did she escape but she helped the other women who had also been kidnapped escape as well after staking "Igor" & calling 911 which in turn let the Enforcers find them & rescue them. But, when Anders came across Valerie & realized that he couldn't read her or control her he knew that he had found his lifemate.
But, that is only the beginning of their story; there is much more to be read. However, I'm not going to tell you what happens next other than to say that this was a very good book. This book has some familiar immortals in it, a dog named Roxy, has some sex scenes, a delivery as Leigh finally gives birth to her..., a lot of staking of the bad guys & hitting them upside their head multiple times & some humor.
Now onto the next book in this series.
As a result, the book was a four star for me until the very end when an inconsistancy made me scream and cost it a star.
**mild spoiler alert**
The villan of the book had been holding Valerie captive at the beginning of the book and near the end she was able to provide an important clue to helping find him. Greg helped her go through her memories and she remembered seeing an old, poorly maintained renaissance portrait of her captor. (page 278) He was dressed in fur and a ruffled collar and they used that to get a sketch of his face in the hopes of finding him. (This bothered me a little - in past books descriptions of bad guys have been taken directly from the victims mind - here they used police sketch artists.) Then Valerie remebered seeing him since then, letting everyone know he was trying to recapture her.
I was fine with that until the very last chapter when Mortimer reports back that they have questioned the now captured villan and he has informed him that he was turned on the battle fields of WWI. (page 351)How in the bleep is a man who was painted during the renaissance era supposed to have not been turned until WWI??!! How could everyone who read this book before it went to print have missed this issue?
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It was not a bad story but I just haven't enjoyed this part as much.