Friday, June 24, 2016

Review: Vampires are Forever

Vampires are Forever Vampires are Forever by Lynsay Sands
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book was a fun, sexy, paranormal read that was like candy for the brain. Sure, it was a little quick – but that’s really what made it even more enjoyable. Who doesn’t love a story that’s entertaining from start to finish?

Thomas, the surfer/lay about/general black sheep of the family is the only one who is free (obviously) to go looking for their missing mother. She’s not actually his mother, but she pretty much raised him, which means he’s going to go. Oh, and there’s also the little fact that he actually isn’t a lay about and has been secretly composing music all these years. There’s some family drama and trauma behind that, but the real story is about him and his lifemate.

Inez is the newly appointed VP who, through a case of new-lifemate-forgetfulness, never found out about vampires. The usually organized Bastian has recently had a bit of trouble staying focused on work issues and things like making sure his higher-ups know everything. This probably wouldn’t have been such a pressing issue if he hadn’t sent Inez to pick up Thomas from the airport and help him search. It’s kind of important to know the person you’re looking for is a vampire.

Their meeting at the airport doesn’t go so well, but their relationship (after the whole “get back, demon” phase) evolves pretty quickly. The lifemate thing helps, I’m sure, but something about the composer and the planner really worked. There’s not some huge resolution to the larger storyline at the end of this book, but I assume they will keep building until we get one. I’m happy just reading love stories about vampires and their mates, so keep ‘em coming!

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