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- Listening Length: 11 hours and 36 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: BelleBooks, Inc.
- Audible.com Release Date: November 20, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B077GZH3JZ
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Vincent: Vampires in America, Volume 8 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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Vincent Kuxim, Lt. to Enrique Lord of Mexico; was one arrogant, charismatic, drop-dead-gorgeous, I-am-sexy-and-I-know-it vampire! Yeah, he was very comfortable in his own skin. Very strong and powerful in his own right, he was tired of his Lord and knew it was a matter of time before the two would butt heads. But what he didn't know, was that a tall beautiful woman was about to sweep in and throw him off balance.
Lana was accustomed to good looking Latin men, so she thought until she met Vincent. Almost immediately, they both became attracted to one another. She played it very cool and ignored the oozing sexuality that Vincent was throwing off and he was not having it. He was intrigued by this and it made him sit up and take notice. Being a predator, he was up for the challenge. This was going to to be an interesting road trip.
This is how you write a Vampire story! After reading this entire series of Vampires in America, Vincent's book was one of the best. It had the complete package: Action-packed, fast paced, suspenseful and a really good story. And just when you thought you had previously feel in love with one of the other Vampire Lords, Ms. Reynolds throws yet another domineering Alpha your way.
I loved Vincent's 'kick ass and take names' personality! He did not f%*k around, period! And yet, he had a heart of gold when it came to taking care of Lana. She was no squeaky mouse either. Having grown up around men and a tomboy at heart, she held her own when it came to getting down and dirty. I imagine that she and Cynthia will become great friends.
This was truly one page tuner that I could not put down. Enthralling and sexually charged, Vincent is one book that you would not be disappointed in reading. I am so looking forward to see what Ms. Reynolds has in store next.
Best of all she makes Vincent a humorous and charismatic delight. A sexy Alpha with pizzazz. Laura is sharp, content with her life and herself, and not afraid to appreciate a beautiful and sexy male. They circle each other, well aware of the attraction but take their time before the intimacy. The buildup is exciting and never interferes with the rest of the story. Reynolds weaves the two together with style and flare. When the two move into the sexual part of their relationship it is written honestly and with knee buckling heat. YUM!
Unlike another book I recently read Reynolds never sacrifices the action parts for gratuitous sex or unrelenting and static back and forth between Vincent and Laura. Let me assure you the sex is HOT and exciting but written to enhance the characters and demonstrate the progression and change in their relationship.
The story is great. Fast paced, beautifully crafted to showcase the delightful characters of not only Vincent and Laura but their supporting cast. Reynolds brings in old friends and throughout keeps true to her plot and also puts in hints of her next book. The story moves smoothly and never lags and keeps the reader totally entranced.
I recommend this book with not just five stars but with ten. In all my years of reading paranormal novels this is by far one of the best. It ranks up there with Christine Feehans Dark Prince, the book that started the paranormal genre. If you haven't read D.B. Reynolds before you are in for a treat. Although I would recommend starting at the beginning, this is book eight, you can still thoroughly enjoy this one now and go back and start with the first book, Raphael. There are also three novelettes about Raphael and Cyn that are well worth the read.
Kudos to D.B. Reynolds, this is in a class of its own.
The plot has slowly thickened to a tasty Raphael-Power stew over the course of this series, and no one is quite as enticing as Uber Lord Raphael. Until Vincent. Vincent brings his own Uber to the Council table, making the Vampires in America series put readers on notice.
While none of the Vampire Lords made or in the making over the course of this series have been lacking, neither have any had the individual standing of Raphael – at least for this reader. Vincent brings a younger, fresher (by several hundred years) but every bit as impressive je ne sais quoi to the burgeoning North American Alliance, and don’t it make your brown eyes blue?!
Similarly, his human mate, thoughtfully “provided” by Cyn and Raphael, has some very Cyn-esque qualities of her own. Not only does this combination provide another winning familiarity to the romance side of the mix, it seriously ups the ante for the pending power battle.
And you just know the battle will be epic. And it will leave marks. And it will be in that very unapologetically vampire way of Ms. Reynolds’ vamps.
No one sparkles in this series, folks. Well, unless they are going up in screaming flames at the time. And that is as it should be. A very hearty recommend, and a very impatient wait for what’s next, starting with the cat-and-mouse game we left the ever-so controlled Raphael tantalizing us with…