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How to Seduce a Vampire (Without Really Trying) (Love at Stake) Mass Market Paperback – April 29, 2014
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Spark’s writing is so stellar that there’s no dearth of great character development and excellent storytelling. Overall, this is another winner for Sparks! (Romantic Times BOOKclub)
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Kerrelyn Sparks is the bestselling author of the Love at Stake series, which has hit as high as number 5 on the New York Times list and 22 on the USA Today list. Kerrelyn is honored that her band of merry vampires and shifters is spreading love and laughter worldwide in fourteen different languages.
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This story revolves around a romance between Neona and Zoltan (that name always reminds me of the fortune telling game from Tom Hanks movie "Big") and starts with a mystery several hundred years old that Zoltan became a vampire so he could live long enough to solve it. This evolves into a romance that is a bit difficult since she tries to put an arrow through him in their first meeting (her opinion of him improves as the story goes along).
The continuing overarching storyline of Master Han continues to dominate the novel and serves as the impetus for many of the actions in this story.
This is definitely one of the better novels in the series since the very early book and I enjoyed it a LOT but I was a bit dissatisfied with the ending. I hope she does not drag the current overarching storyline out beyond the next book, it grows tiresome IMHO and I was hoping to see a bit more of the angels from the last book they make no appearance in this novel much to my disappointment.
Great reading and I give it 4 Stars mainly for leaving so many threads dangling at the end, this is NOT a cliffhanger ending but there are several things left unresolved but it does have an ending for the romance in this book.
Zoltan is a pretty old vampire who has tried his best to be good. He takes care of all those around him, but has always been looking for his father’s killer. Somehow Zoltan has been taking care of Russell’s blood and weapon needs since his disappearance (what?), and finds an arrow that matches one belonging to his father’s murderer. Immediately, Zoltan zooms off to try to track the owner down. This leads him right into a band of Amazonian women with oodles of secrets.
Neona has just lost her sister (in the same battle where Russell got the arrow). She’s hurting and questioning her strange way of life. When Zoltan suddenly shows up, she’s probably more susceptible to his charm than usual and this pair begins their unlikely alliance. He’s determined to win her heart and she’s determined to have his child. This story was filled with revelations (including a new species) and is steadily building to the big showdown with Master Han.
All of the action helped the latter half of the book, but there was a lot of information thrown at us in this one. We learn all about this Amazon way of life, Zoltan’s mother’s strange history, Zoltan’s childhood, and the tons of loose ends that are probably lurking around due to Nima’s stubbornness. This book sets the stage for later action and discovery, but took a little time to get into.
I looked forward to this book for months, and the minute it was delivered to my kindle, I began reading.
What I loved about this book, is that it is written well. The characters, and the book as a whole, are very entertaining and well rounded and consistent. After so many books in this series, Kerrelyn Sparks remains strong in her writing, because I laughed (really loud actually) and cried and remained hooked throughout the entire book. I also loved the action-packed scenes, the romance, the suspense, and the pace in which it all took place.
After so many praises, then what are the few bumps I mentioned? Well for one, the plot was a little shaky. To me, Sparks kept you comfortable about the plot, and then she would throw a wrench and I was like "huh?" and I would get a little lost. Secondly, Zoltan's motivations for some things, to put vaguely, were confusing. If you buy this book and read it, I think you will see what I mean. *SPOILER* The motivations I'm talking about have to do with his father. Lastly, the ending. I personally didn't like the ending, because after all of the action and romance, the ending fell a little flat, however, based on the previous books, the ending does make sense.
So, while there were a few aspects that I wasn't enthused about, this book did meet my expectations overall!
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Debra Johnson's review Feb 14, 2017
Sparks always surprises. It's rather good.
Quite a few years ago, the Love at Stake series was one of my first experiences with paranormal romance.Read more