About a Vampire In New York Times bestselling author Lynsay Sands new Argeneau novel a vampire accustomed to seducing every woman he meets finds the one determined to resist himWith immortal good looks and scorching

  • Title: About a Vampire
  • Author: Lynsay Sands Tbd
  • ISBN: 9780062423344
  • Page: 171
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  • In New York Times bestselling author Lynsay Sands new Argeneau novel, a vampire accustomed to seducing every woman he meets finds the one determined to resist himWith immortal good looks and scorching charisma, Justin Bricker has yet to meet a woman he can t win over His potential life mate should be no different But instead of falling into his bed, Holly Bosley runsIn New York Times bestselling author Lynsay Sands new Argeneau novel, a vampire accustomed to seducing every woman he meets finds the one determined to resist himWith immortal good looks and scorching charisma, Justin Bricker has yet to meet a woman he can t win over His potential life mate should be no different But instead of falling into his bed, Holly Bosley runs away and ends up mortally wounded To save her, he has to turn her And then Bricker learns the shocking truth Holly s already married.Holly wakes up with a bump on her head, a craving for blood, and a sexy stranger who insists they belong together She needs Bricker s help to control her new abilities, even as she tries to resist his relentless seduction Choosing between the world she knows and the eternity he offers is impossible But Justin is fighting for his life mate maybe even his life and he ll break every rule to do it.

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    1. Lynsay Sands Tbd says:

      LYNSAY SANDS is the nationally bestselling author who is known for her hysterical historicals as well as the popular Argeneau Rogue Hunter vampire series With her witty and charming personality, Sands describes books as, Waking dreams or stories, tales to amuse, entertain and distract us from everyday life She s been writing stories since grade school and considers herself incredibly lucky to be able to make a career out of it Her hope is that readers can get away from their everyday stress through her stories, and if there are occasional uncontrollable fits of laughter, that s just a big bonus Visit her official website at lynsaysands.

    2 thoughts on “About a Vampire

    1. what was this proclivity women had to spend so much damned time in the bathroom together? Did they play poker in there? Have tea parties? Book club meetings at the sinks? Napkin-folding practice?The jig is up, girls! We have been made. Move the napkin-folding practice sessions to private homes from now on.Hmm, I think I can manage these better than swans. So, Yay!! I finally hit the book I wanted to read in this series. It was about a male vamp who has been in the series since the beginning and [...]

    2. This is the 22nd (wow!) book in Sands’ Argeneau series. I’ve read earlier books in this series and enjoyed them but even that amount of familiarity isn’t necessary to follow this story. Holly Bosley is working part-time at a funeral home when she has an unexpected encounter with Justin Bricker one night at the crematorium. Justin is there to dispose of the bodies of some enemy vampires that he and his partner have just killed. Holly interrupts them and Justin discovers that he is unable t [...]

    3. La historia de Justin Bricker!!!! Me acaban de alegrar la semana. * salta de la felicidad *********************************************************************************En About A Vampire de Lynsay Sands conocemos la historia de Justin Bricker ( mi personaje favorito ) y Holly.Esta novela fue como una montaña rusa, empezo de forma muy agradable, los primeros capitulos eran divertidos, graciosos, adictivos, muy del estilo de la saga pero luego se fue desinflando y las ultimas paginas me pareci [...]

    4. This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceSummary  Justin Bricker, after killing some rogues, is ordered to dispose of the evidence. While at a cemetery attempting to burn them, he and his colleague are found by a mortalHolly Bosley. Justin chases after her when his attempt to control her mind fails and she ends up with scissors in her hands and trips and falling on her own "weapon" and Justin is forced to turn her in order to save her. He realizes then that she is his lifemate. J [...]

    5. I am delighted that Justin is going to get his bookough I must admit I am suprised that Holly is going to be his life mate. I sort of wanted Stephanie. I was convinced that Justin couldn't read her, cause I can recall the end of one book when he's carrying her into the house when "he looks down at the women in his arms and frown's" or something like that. Oh well go figure. I'm sure it will rock.

    6. Kitty's review posted at Guilty Pleasures Book ReviewsDoes anyone know how long I have waited for Justin’s book? It seems like forever. And, now that I am reviewing it, I can honestly say that it was worth the wait even though I was totally frustrated with the storyline! Justin finds his life mate and she’s married? Really, Lynsay, really????I was so looking forward to his book and his HEA and was really surprised with the way she took this story. But, with Justin’s sense of humor, it was [...]

    7. I'm soooooo unsure about what to think about this one. HELP! I might need to re-read it (and I did re-read all the previous books that shouldn't be a problem) but there are a few things that I should clear up. I am happy about the way things turned out for Bricker and Holly. Hell, I am even happy if not happier about Gia and her life mate! What is bugging me is the HOW they got to their present situation. Justin was always an amazing character. You could count on him to make you laugh and make y [...]

    8. Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy:ABOUT A VAMPIRE was a strange book with many fun scenes and characters, but there was definitely something missing: an antagonist. A book without a bad guy or even an big dramatic ending sequence feels a bit like a roller coaster that ends at the top of the ride.This is all a shame, because the opening chapter was killer. It's funny, introduces the characters beautifully and has just enough foreshadowing to make you smile when things inevitably hit the [...]

    9. It was OK/good. Some laughs at the end but the chemistry wasn't there between the two, a little attraction but nothing more. Bricker (Justin) seems so immature and gullible, for a over 100 year old I was mad at the others, Decker and Anders, I don't care how much he teased them, he didn't sabotage their relationships and that is what they were doing. They didn't need to as it was doomed from the start and he could do it for himself especially in the situation that he was in. Sooner or later it w [...]

    10. Such a fun book. I thought this book was going to be sad but it wasn't. It had its usual humor and lightness that I love so much. Justin Bricker, the prankster, the naughtiest and the youngest immortal of all (as he used to think lol) got a book but his life mate who he saved from death is a married woman. And the immortal law states that no one can interfere human marriage and if they do, the punishment is terrible. But that didn't stop Justin Bricker from doing his best to make her see the ama [...]

    11. This book is crap. Utter crap. Not bad enough to be considered a piece of shit, but it's still a pretty bad read. Granted, doesn't let you give zero stars in a review, which is why some people give one star to what would otherwise be considered zero, so that means I'm technically giving this book one star.I couldn't even make it in half way before I caught myself scanning over the pages.Ugh, what a waste of money.Don't listen to the positive reviews!The last few of Lynsay Sand's vampire stories [...]

    12. About a Vampire is book twenty two in the Argeneau series by Lynsay Sands and it can be read on it’s own. It’s not necessary to have followed the story from the begging to pick this one up. Holly is currently working as a part-time worker for a funeral home when she unexpectedly encounters Justin one night. Justin is there doing his Hunter job and disposing of the bad vampires that have been killed. I liked About a Vampire as much as I could, but I was hopping for more. It lacked the humor t [...]

    13. I have been a fan of Justin since he was first introduced in this series and waiting for his book was serious torture. Justin Bricker meets his life mate by total accident when he and Anders are taking care of burning rogues at Hollys temp job. “Yeah, we’re pretty flammable,” Anders commented. “I guess that makes us hot stuff,” Justin said and laughed at his own joke. She is so freaked out by what she sees and since justin can't control her she runs away. Holly ends up falling on a pai [...]

    14. This is the book fans of the Argeneau series have long been waiting for. The handsome Justin Bricker is sent on a mission to do away with the remains of some rogues and as luck would have it, Holly Bosley arrives at the funeral home because she forgot to file some papers. Justin tries to control her but Holly takes off running in fear. When Holly trips and dies by accidentally stabbing herself, Bricker uses his one turn to change Holly into an immortal. It's not a wasted turn however because as [...]

    15. esta saga o serie ( ya no recuerdo como se dice) es mi favorita. es cierto que para el libro 22 , hay libros mejores que eotros pero nunca decae tanto como para un 4.00 , pues este libro ha sido lo contrario. tal vez se deba a mis expectactivas , desde el libro 8 o 9 que aparece de formar recurrente bricker . ha sido mi personaje favorito en toda la serie. FAVORITO. he soñado a veces con quien seria su pareja y todo eso. pero que vemos aqui. pues nada. siempre consideré que bricker era tierno [...]

    16. I will admit that the last few books in this series have been hit or miss for me. This one was a hit. One of my biggest beefs with the last few novels is that the characters have no chemistry. The author relied on the fact that they were life mates too much. Not so in About a vampire. It was great to see a slow building relationship. I loved that Justin couldn't act on his feelings and it forced him to fall for her outside of the life mates connection. I was worried about this story line because [...]

    17. About A VampireThe Characters:Justin BrickerHolly BosleyThe Story:(view spoiler)[This book started out with Holly being very stupid. But her stupidity was needed to set up her first meeting with Justin, which lead to her almost death. Justin was there to save her life. Holly is his lifemate and he is incredibly fortunate to find her when he is so young but we all know fate plays tricks. Holly is married and while she is feeling all of the attraction that being a lifemate involves she is determin [...]

    18. I really shouldn't have laughed at Bricker when reading this one, but it was hard not to. He has always given the other guys such a hard time when they met their lifemates and gone on and one about how he would do better. Turns out he wasn't any better, although he did have some bad info as Anders sabotaged, which made for some hilarious reading.I sort of liked Holly from the start, but her attitude did get a bit old fast. I know she didn't know anything about Immortals and her moral core was go [...]

    19. You would think that as much as I like paranormal romance, and vampires, that I would like this series. It is well rated by other readers and has a lot of die hard fans, but I just don't care for it. The whole sexual overload that makes you pass out after mate sex is just overkill for me. The romance is decently written. The bagged blood, human blood for emergencies is common, and other series I read, and like, use the idea, but I don't like it in this series. This too me seems to contemporary w [...]

    20. Another funny story in the Argeneau series. Finally we get Bricker's story and it's a doosey. I loved how it unfolded - scary, sweet, romantic, fun-filled. A good time from start to finish.

    21. It bored me to tears. I ended up skimming through 50 pages to find out what was going to happen to her marriage.

    22. cute, easy, quick, enjoyable, read,reminds me of "siblings" the girl tells brother A, that she doesn't like fish, flowers etcd brother A tells the groom to be, that she LOVES FLOWERS, FISH ETC.feel sorry for bricker and the stress of not being able to "mate"poor thing, all works out in the end,

    23. 4 starsThis was a very good story. I liked both Justin and Holly. Holly being married made things difficult but it worked out well in the end.Holly is an accounting student that works at a mortuary. Her parents are archaeologists and she traveled around the world with them as a child. Her husband, James, was the son of her parent's co-workers and they grew up together, first being best friends and then later getting involved and then married. Justin was born an Immortal and is around 100 years o [...]

    24. Bricker is adorable as usual and I enjoyed this one a lot, but thought the ending was a bit rushed. Holly Bosley is content with her life, her marriage, and has great hopes for a career as an accountant once her schooling is complete. Working in a temp position, she’s doing the taxes for a funeral home. Ideal, it might not be, but it’s a good position even though she’s a little freaked out over the whole idea of what goes on at the place. Now having to visit the crematorium after returning [...]

    25. ORIGINAL POST 9/22/15:Lynsay Sands’ ABOUT A VAMPIRE: Keeping it Fresh!fangswandsandfairydust/201TWENTY TWO Books, and several short stories is a massively long-running series. It’s got to be tough to keep the series exciting and fun to write. This book has twists and turns from page one, and those twists and new takes on a long history keep this series fresh even in this volume. Why, and what can I say without spoilers?1. Lynsay reduces the appearance and importance of the old guard. Marguer [...]

    26. When I saw Justin was finally getting his own book, I was happy. He’s been in so many of the other books, usually the comic relief, and one of my favorite characters. But poor Justin. Even I wouldn’t have dreamed how cruel he’d be treated. He might have harassed a few dozen people, but he never sabotaged their love life. And really, I would have thought he’d realize what was happening well before he did. Still, it was a good romance and I enjoyed his story very much. This is one of my mo [...]

    27. Is it just me who was squicked out more than a little with Bricker's pursuit of Holly?I really didn't expect that sort of thing from him, but it got more than a little rape-y with his tactics. For an example: Sleeping close to her and at the same time so they could share dreams--but not letting her know they were shared dreams. Questionable consent at the very least. Picture my face looking like this:

    28. I have read this series from the start and with each book they just get better and better. The Argeneau series is a must read. Justin and holly are a delight. You will love this book.

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