Thursday, July 7, 2016

Review: Vampire, Interrupted

Vampire, Interrupted Vampire, Interrupted by Lynsay Sands
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The longer storyline from the previous books finally gets resolved in this one! I really didn’t know if I’d like reading the love story for the mother of all the other “kids,” but this one was so jam packed with revelations that I couldn’t put it down!

Marguerite is the meddling mother of many mated kids. Sure, they might complain about her being in their business, but they have all gotten their happily ever after, which left Marguerite without a goal. She dove into becoming a detective with Tiny and gladly accepted her first case. This case, however, took her to Europe where she promptly fell off the radar. What started out as a simple trace of a vampire’s lineage grew to be so much more (and so much more personal) than anticipated.

Julius is the father of the vampire that hired Marguerite. He’s been keeping his boy’s mother a secret for hundreds of years (for good and bad reasons) but it seems now he has to face the truth. This leads him to Marguerite – his lifemate. There are oodles of denial but just as much chemistry at play. These two rapidly grew into a great couple, if they could just get over hundreds of years of baggage. I don’t want to spoil the twists and turns, but they are many and completely unexpected. This was a romance and mystery all wrapped in a smutty, awesome package.

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