I will read anything I can get my hands on. Seriously.
Most books I read are reviewed for Harlequin Junkie, but I'll have an occasional independent or author requested review that I'll post.
“What does ‘tesoro’ mean?”
“Treasure,” Dante answered.
“Really?” Mary asked, her expression softening.
“Si. It is most often used like ‘dear’,” he murmured, reclaiming the chair. “But you are my treasure, Mary.”
So much fun! Not only did Runaway Vampire have me laughing so many times I lost count, but Dante and Mary had me swooning over their tender yet steamy relationship. Loved. It.
You would think that by book twenty-three in the Argeneau series things would be getting pretty played out and a tad boring. Nope. Not with the characters Lynsay Sands creates and certainly not with the exciting and entertaining situations they always find themselves in. And for me, Runaway Vampire seemed to have the best of everything I’ve come to expect from this series. There were exciting action scenes, comical interactions between all the family members, a feisty but caring heroine, and a gigantic Italian sweetheart of a hero.