Book Review of “The Immortal Who Loved Me” By Lynsay Sands

lynsaysands Sherry Carne likes the way her life is going. Sherry finally has her dream business, a kitchenware store going great and making money. Sherry has no stress in her life, that is, until one afternoon, out of no where, a group of no-fanged vampires rampage through her store and start attacking  her customers and employees. From that moment, Sherry is immediately thrust into the paranormal world of vampires. Her whole world just got turned upside down. Sherry now has to run as fast as she can, and put her trust in a another vampire, who just happens to be a young girl that these no-fang vampires are after. How on earth is Sherry going to comprehend what just happen and the fact that her store in now under attack? Oh and if that wasn’t enough on her plate,  Sherry has also been told that she is a life-mate to a vampire and he is drop dead gorgeous!

Basileios Argeneau (Basil) has dreamed of what his life-mate would be like and how she would act. When Basil hears word that some members of his family have possibly found his potential “life-mate,” he is shocked and wants to meet her right away. What he sees though is completely the opposite of what Basil had expected. This women is feisty, outspoken, driven to succeed, and oh so extremely sexy! Basil is not sure if she is even his life-mate, but when he tries to read her, everything comes up blank. Not to mention, he starts craving food, a big tell sign that you’ve just found your life-mate.

Basil just found his life-mate and he can’t seem to keep his hands off of Sherry. Everything seems to be going awesome until the damn no-fang vampires kidnap Sherry. Sherry and Basil’s life is now going to be turned upside down when Basil comes to realize that he may never see Sherry again. Should he have turned her into a immortal so no vampire could ever hurt her again? Will Basil be able to save Sherry in time, or will he lose her forever? Find out what happens in Lynsay Sands novel “The Immortal Who Loved Me.”

Realities are about to be shaken up and true undying love is about to be found in Lynsay Sands novel “The Immortal Who Loved Me”. I love the humor and banter that Lynsay always writes into her novels. Lynsay’s writing style always cracks me up and I can never get enough of her Argeneau series, it’s definitely one of my favorite vampire series! Great Job Lynsay, as always, I just can’t wait for the next Argeneau novel.

4 Coffee Cups Out Of 5

4 Coffee Cups Out Of 5

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Sneak Peek: “The Unlikely Lady” by Valerie Bowman



Certain that no man wants a bluestocking for a wife, Miss Jane Lowndes is careful to wield her books and her spectacles as weapons against matrimony. Convincing her ambitious mama that she’s content to stay a spinster is easier said than done, however. It’s a good thing Jane is not above a bit of manufactured scandal if it will keep her from the altar, and the argumentative, contrary Lord Garrett Upton…


With the war over, Garrett is determined to enjoy his bachelor’s life while he can, even when it means attending a house party in celebration of a friend’s wedding—and suffering Jane’s notorious disdain. But when a masquerade ball leads to a mistaken kiss, he’s surprised to learn that Jane’s bookish exterior hides a truly passionate soul. When two such headstrong people are determined to remain unattached, can love lead to a happy ending?

– Title: The Unlikely Lady
– Author: Valerie Bowman
– Publisher: St. Martin’s Press
– Release Date May 5, 2015

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(Coming Soon) Book Review of “The Immortal Who Loved Me” By Lynsay Sands


A few hours ago, Sherry Carne would have sworn that vampires didn’t exist. That’s before rogue immortals rampage through her store, leaving bloody chaos (literally) in their wake. The kicker comes when Sherry learns that one of the vamps on the bad guys’ trail may be her life mate. Her head says it’s impossible. The rest of her takes one look at Basileios Argeneau and has much more interesting ideas.

Whatever Basil expected in a life mate, funny, outspoken Sherry isn’t it. But mind-blowing chemistry and instinct don’t lie. They tell him something else, too—that Sherry’s connection to the immortal world goes deeper than she knows. And that she’s in the kind of danger only Basil can save her from—if she’ll just trust him, now and forever . . .

Sneak Peek: “A Scoundrel by Moonlight” by Anna Campbell


Anything can happen in the moonlight . . .

Justice. That’s all Nell Trim wants-for her sister and for the countless other young women the Marquess of Leath has ruined with his wildly seductive ways. Now she has a bold plan to take him down . . . as long as she can resist the scoundrel’s temptations herself.

From the moment Nell meets James Fairbrother, the air positively sizzles. Yet for all his size and power, there’s something amazingly tender in his touch. Could he really be such a depraved rogue? The only way to find out is to beat the devil at his own game . . . one tempting kiss at a time.

– Title: A Scoundrel by Moonlight
– Author Anna Campbell
– Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
– Release Date April 28 2015

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Book Review Of “Her Scottish Groom” By Ann Stephens

annstephens Diantha Quinn has suffered immense abuse from her mother and father. Diantha has also been told by her parents that she is to marry a Scottish Lord named Kieran Rossburn. Diantha’s father made a business deal with Lord Rossburn, that he would receive a huge amount of money and new ships for his village if he agreed to marry his daughter. Poor Diantha, shes does not want to marry this stranger, she only wanted to marry for love. What choice does Diantha have though? Does she stay with her parents and live a life of hell, or take her Granny’s advice and make the best of her new marriage to Lord Rossburn.

Diantha’s new husband is full of surprises and that doesn’t including the “surprises” in the bedroom that Diantha will soon learn about. Lord Rossburn is a patient man, and he will show Diantha the respect that she deserves and did not receive from her parents. Diantha will also know what it is like to be loved and wanted, even if she has trouble admitting that she has fallen in love with her new husband when she is trying to keep the marriage in name only.

Diantha and Kieran both come from different worlds. Diantha is American born and has been raised by privilege and has been brought up to never have to work for her stuff. Kiern Rossburn inherited his title from his father and has learned to run a small village, ride horses and learn to appreciate the things around him. Both Diantha and Kieran will learn new things from one another and have to accept their marriage in name and possibly in love one day. Ann Stephens lights the pages up with passion and romance in this one. I love the romantic side, and total patience that Kieran showed towards Diantha. Kieran never once looked down on his new wife like her parents did. He even stood up for his wife in front of her parents and his family. Historical Romance lovers will fall in love with Ann Stephen’s novel “Her Scottish Groom”. I look forward to reading more of Ann Stephen’s books. Grab your copy today! – 5 Cups out of 5!!

5 Coffee Cups Out Of 5

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(Coming Soon) Book Review Of “Her Scottish Groom” By Ann Stephens


Infuriating, Imperious. . .

Proud Scottish lord Kieran Rossburn doesn’t relish the idea of a marriage of convenience, but he’ll do what he must to preserve the family estate. Worse, the bride he’s been saddled with–the daughter of a crass, unrefined, American merchant–is far too weak-willed for his tastes. Or so it seems at first. . .

And Entirely Irresistible. . .

After a lifetime under the thumb of her domineering parents, Diantha Quinn can’t believe she’s being shipped across the ocean to be locked away yet again. Now, to gain any sort of power in her life, she must resist Kieran’s seductions and keep the marriage in name only. Yet how can she keep from falling in love, when she is wed to the most tempting man in all of Scotland?