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A Bite to Remember By Lynsay Sands A Bite to Remember Rule Never get involved with someone who won t be there for you when the sun comes up Once bitten twice shy and sexy PI Jackie Morrisey wasn t going there again Vincent Argeneau may be the hottest

  • Title: A Bite to Remember
  • Author: Lynsay Sands
  • ISBN: 9780060774073
  • Page: 131
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • A Bite to Remember By Lynsay Sands Rule 1 Never get involved with someone who won t be there for you when the sun comes up.Once bitten, twice shy, and sexy PI Jackie Morrisey wasn t going there again Vincent Argeneau may be the hottest guy she s ever met, living or dead, but she s here to stop a killer from turning this vampire into dust, not to jump into bed with him.Rule 2 Never kiss a vampire .Rule 1 Never get involved with someone who won t be there for you when the sun comes up.Once bitten, twice shy, and sexy PI Jackie Morrisey wasn t going there again Vincent Argeneau may be the hottest guy she s ever met, living or dead, but she s here to stop a killer from turning this vampire into dust, not to jump into bed with him.Rule 2 Never kiss a vampire it can be a pain in the neck.Okay, so Vincent s had four hundred years to perfect his kissing skills, and he does look rather tempting when he runs around the house shirtless He s also charming, protective did we mention he can kiss Jackie needs to be on her guard, or else she ll have to come up with a new rule If you re going to fall in love with a vampire, make sure it s a bite to remember.
    A Bite to Remember By Lynsay Sands

    Bite Definition of Bite by Merriam Webster Bite definition is to seize especially with teeth or jaws so as to enter, grip, or wound How to use bite in a sentence. Bites and Stings Pictures, Causes, and Symptoms A Bite to Remember Argeneau Vampires, Book In a Bite to Remember, it s obvious Vincent is a very deep character, smart and strong, loyal and innately kind, but also very lonely It s the loneliness his light facade is intended to hide He turned out to be my favorite Argeneau yet though it s a close run between him Lucern and Lucian. Grab a bite Idioms by The Free Dictionary verb To respond to an invitation or ad, often a dishonest or misleading one I tried to trick my brother into cleaning my room, but he didn t bite verb To be bad or seem ominous I m surprised he was nice to you he usually bites. How to Treat a Spider Bite, Say Doctors Spider Bite Remedies Sep , A bite from a less intense species say a wolf spider or jumping spider will likely cause a red bump that may be a little sore or even painful, says Gary Goldenberg, MD, assistant clinical What Bit Me How to Identify Common Bug Bites Everyday Jun , A bite from a poisonous spider like the black widow or brown recluse is extremely dangerous and can cause a severe reaction The black widow s bite, which shows up Insect bites Reactions, types, and images The bite of the brown recluse, for example, produces only a mild sting at the time of the bite However, it can be very damaging, causing tissue destruction and severe pain Redness develops in What Kind of Bug Bite Leaves a Bruise How to Identify Aug , Bug bites are a fact of life, especially if you spend a lot of time outdoors While allergies and other factors can lead to serious reactions, most bugs tend to cause mild symptoms like swelling Bug bites Pictures, symptoms, treatment, and prevention Bed bug bites can look like small red marks on light skin, or dark spots on darker skin, and often appear as clusters of to bites in a zig zag or line pattern Bed bug bites often occur at night as you re sleeping, and they tend to present on your upper body, such as the abdomen or arms. How to Stop Bug Bites From Itching Ways to Soothe

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    1. Jilly on said:

      You know when you are reading a series and there is a side character that is really fun and cool and you re thinking, Oh, I can t wait until he gets his book and then he does and suddenly he isn t so fun and cool any, but kind of a boring guy And then you re all, What the hell happened to the guy with the charm who was cracking me up in the last book Yeah, that.It wasn t terrible or anything Just not anything to write home about Or, a review, in this case.

    2. CC on said:

      I am pretty much sick of writing reviews for this series I think that is a sign I need a break from it This book sucked It did not make me mad, hence the 2 stars for a sucky book It was boring, the hero was a wuss, the heroine was supposed to be tough but ended up being a wuss too They definitely did NOT act like they were life mates He let another man kiss her How is that ok ever They did not pass out during after sex like every single other couple in the series They were unsure of each other u [...]

    3. Anne on said:

      It s an Argeneau book They all seem to have basically the same sort of ploth It s not a bad thing necessarily, but if you ve read one, you ve kind of read them all.Still, I ll be the first one to admit that I find them a fun way to pass the time, and A Bite to Remember is no exception.It s got a halfway decent mystery and a cute romance although I did get a bit bored with the love scenes and had to start skimming.I d recommend it for the beach, but not for a book club Well, unless it s a Lynsay [...]

    4. Natasha on said:

      What a great book A Bite to Remember is the fifth installment in the Argeneau series The Argeneau s are turning out to be very interesting and fun Honestly, I enjoy Lynsay Sands, but this book is my favorite by far.It has even action, romance, mystery and suspense than the other books combined The other books I ve read by her are still great but I find they are a bit simple and straightforward But she does have a interesting twist on the creation of vampires that hearkens back to the times of A [...]

    5. Jennifer on said:

      YAY Another book that was hard to put down This book centered around Vincent Argeneau whom we were introduced to in the last book He is an actor and heads his own production company to oversee all his plays When one too many accidents happen that force him to close down play after play he realizes these might not be accidents after all He contacts his cousin Bastien who sends out the P.I his company uses on a regular basis I assume Vampires need P.I s often than us normies so I cut this a littl [...]

    6. Fangs for the Fantasy on said:

      Someone is sabotaging Vincent Argeneau s business and each act sabotage is getting violent He reaches out to his cousin Bastien, who hires Tiny and Jackie Morrisey What Vincent does not realise that the private investigators are human He is not exactly open to the idea but Bastien assures him that both of them know all about vampires and are skilled at what they do Vincent know has to deal with mortals in his home, a saboteur and his aunt Marguerite, who has decided its time for Vincent to find [...]

    7. Amyiw on said:

      Sad, sad day I always could rely on Sands, always, always but this was a disappointment.Wow, I really hate to give a book of Sands a bad review and maybe it should get one and a half stars for the quick story at the end but this was bad, and I don t understand the 5 star reviews.1 The Private Investigator is incompetent view spoiler She never goes over the background of all the employes that she meets Doesn t even ask about the closest ones to Vincent Does put safeguards into place after the fir [...]

    8. Pixie on said:

      I believe I read this in 2007 or maybe early 2008 I can t remember exactly, so I ve just left the date to not set I know it s been a few years since I ve read it Haha But the interesting thing is I didn t forget that I did enjoy this book I believe I ve already stated in one review before that I don t read much erotica in general It s not much my genre type I don t have anything against it I just have never been a huge fan, with the exception of The Black Dagger Brotherhood series and even with [...]

    9. Francesca the Fierce (Under the Covers Book Blog) on said:

      3.5 StarsEven though I feel this book was better than the last one, I did not get the same feeling I was expecting from this series There was an ok connection between Jackie and Vincent, which was completely lacking in the last book, it just wasn t anything special I still like Margarite Tiny was a cute character too please tell me that s not who Margarite will end up with.The plot development felt like it was just going around in circles, nothing ever really happening And I missed the humor I d [...]

    10. Kinga on said:

      Vincent, the easy going funny and smily vampire and Jackie, the serious immortal hater kind of detective I love the pair She s an amazing woman and matches Vincent well and they make quite the lovely couple But then again I might be biased I like the earlier couples than those around the 20th book.

    11. ♥♥Mari♥♥ on said:

      The cover of this edition, published by Gollancz, is somewhat misleading this is by no means a creepy novel, in spite of that unfortunate little trickle of blood running out of the guy s mouth I had already read this years ago, and really enjoyed it So, I bought this edition because of the good looking guy on the cover and dove in again, with the intention of reviewing the book this time around.Most people unfamiliar with the paranormal genre would most likely assume that vampires and humor real [...]

    12. Taylor Hull on said:

      Never judge a book by its cover We have all heard that saying before, and it s true You never truly know a person until you take the time to know them Another great read by Lynsay Sands It s my 2nd time reading this series, and I love it even than the 1st time You won t be disappointed with these books

    13. Francais Parker on said:

      World building AMythology A Suspense B Plot Twists AGirl Power AGuy Hero A Love Interests AFeels A For you clean readers this one DOES have mature content Some scene skipping self editing will be needed to read this one.

    14. Jenn on said:

      It s been about four years or so since I ve read Lynsay Sands I was going through my boxes of books this past weekend in advance of our upcoming move and I rediscovered her books Instantly, I was reminded how much I d loved her world and vampire mythos one of the most unique I ve come across and quite eagerly purchased the ebooks for A BITE TO REMEMBER and BITE ME IF YOU CAN.I was a little worried, truthfully, that four years away from the world she d created would dampen my enthusiasm for it I [...]

    15. Blodeuedd Finland on said:

      Plot Someone is sabotaging Vincent s plays and to his rescue comes a female PI, sexy, mortal, and with a bit of grudge against immortals Then his aunt shows up too afraid that he is lonely and depressed.My thoughts Shall I state my do not worry OCD peeps message again, ok I read book 1 and now I read this one Were there books in between yes, Vincent s aunt mentioned that his cousins had found life mates but that was it And the nano thing was explained again and some other things This book was a [...]

    16. Allison on said:

      I just started this book and so far I don t like Jackie very much she is a bit of a jerk She thinks she is better than any the vampires for some reason I can t see myself liking her no matter what her reason is for acting like an a.UpdateI know now what happen to Jackie and I must say it was terrible But as an African American woman I don t like prejudice in any form While I would guard my mind around vampires I wouldn t automatically be a jerk to one just because they are one That is like me au [...]

    17. Robin on said:

      Very good entry in the series While I ve enjoyed all the books so far, the previous books were starting to feel very similar, i.e the heroes and heroines after the first book were all alike and interchangeable, and I was feeling just a tad bored by the end of Book 4 But Book 5 shook it up a little bit Our hero this time, Vincent, is a cousin to the previous heroes, and he s much less serious than they are, and at ease in dealing with mortals and their world The heroine is a mortal, but she s kn [...]

    18. Bernadette on said:

      I ve been reading the Argeneau Series for 2 weeks now and I love the series but it was not exceptional, I love the concept of a new vampire breed This is the 5th book and by far this is the book that really caught my attention I also dig the 3rd book maybe because I m a book lover by heart In the 4th installment, Vincent made me laugh so I m expecting so much for his story and it did not disappointVincent is a happy go lucky vampire but deep inside he is losing everything, the love of life, food [...]

    19. Jess on said:

      This was the book that introduced to me Lynsay Sands From the moment I opened this book all those years ago and got my first taste of her writing I haven t been able to to stop reading her books She is one of the very few writers that can make me embarrass my self in public by making me laugh out loud at her characters It is a Paranormal Romance with Vampires She has a very different, believable, take on the Vampire which I found extremely refreshing In the story Vincent Argeneau has had to hir [...]

    20. t'irla ~The Bookslayer~ t'irla's Talk Book Blog on said:

      I adore Vincent, funny, quirky one of the Argeneau s best heroes to date.Description The bestselling author of A Quick Bite continues her popular vampire series Sexy private eye Jackie Morrisey admits Vincent Argeneau is the hottest guy she s ever met dead or alive but she s supposed to protect him from a killer, not fall in love with himMy Thoughts LS stepped outside of her nucleus of the Argenteau family has introduced a whole new cast of characters and I for one find them entertaining than t [...]

    21. Megan Altorfer on said:

      Vincent is hard NOT to fall in love with Smart, funny, and creative how can you not But someone in Vincent s life is sabotaging his business and his cousin Bastien sends out Jackie and Tiny two P.I To work on the case They are one of the few mortals who know of these vampires Vincent has been looking long and hard through his 400 years for his lifemate but hasn t found her until his aunt Marguerite suggests that Jackie MIGHT be the one he s been waiting for Now that the possibility is there he i [...]

    22. Julie Paugh on said:

      Vincent was a fun and upbeat character which is a welcome change from most of the brooding vampires we meet Overall an okay read but I m growing tired of the seriesl the plots follow the same formula and the story tied up without me caring much one way or the other I already know how it ends happily of course I swear, by the end, if I d read the word, sabotuer one time, I would have happily cracked my own head And once you ve read a few of these in the series, the repetitiveness gets on your ne [...]

    23. Minx -The Genre Minx Book Reviews on said:

      This was a nice read I like author Lyndsay Sands writing style There is attraction, mystery, crime, passion and always I am relatively mystified until the end I swear she is the queen of red herrings I have developed quite a fascination with this series and even though I started reading them for the Wobble Reading Challenge I am going to have to read them all

    24. a & on said:

      Vincent is a refreshing characters after reading all about the brooding, serious Argeneaus He is unable to drink bagged blood which is a refreshing change from the usual Jackie to me seems kind of annoying because she is unable to get Vincent s fun personality and seems kind of drab I connected to Jackie s friend Tiny the best I gave it a 5 but honestly you can skip this.

    25. Melissa on said:

      Sooo in this book we read about Vincent and Jackie, Marguerite is there for a long time and we meet Tiny, Christian, Marcus, Dante and Tomasso, who by the way are awsome I enjoyed this book inmensly and can t wait to read the next one Bite me if you can With Lucian yes

    26. Raina on said:

      I just love how all of the books in this series are so intertwined you feel as if the stories are almost all occuring simultanouslyor at least pretty darn closely so you really aren t missing out on anything.

    27. Brenda (b) on said:

      I liked that the plot wasn t just revisiting the same premise as the previous books in this series Jackie and Vincent were likeable characters and I enjoyed meeting Tiny and the Notte cousins from Italy.

    28. Lydia on said:

      So predictable I also found that i skipped a few pages because it went into too much lengthy detail about the saboteur.

    29. Nicholle Fournier on said:

      Awesome I love all her books I plan to go buy the rest asap I would recommend her books to everyone I know.

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