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  • Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Avon; Reprint edition (June 21 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0062019740
  • ISBN-13: 978-0062019745
  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 10 x 17.5 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 240 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
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By Andrew on March 4 2014
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Great read by a great author.
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By Huntress Reviews on Jan. 5 2004
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Rachel thought she had just another "crispy critter corpse" on her exam table; she'd never been more wrong. Etienne Argeneau only appeared to be dead. Once the bullet was removed from his heart, Etienne was able to heal. So, his intrepid assassin had to try and kill him all over again, but this time, Rachel got in the way. After she'd saved him, Etienne couldn't just let Rachel die, so he did the only thing he could do, turned her into a vampire like himself and took her home to meet the family. Now, he just had to hope that the two of them would fall in love, otherwise, he'd just lost his only chance at a lifemate. Each vampire could only turn one other person during their life.
Rachel's journey to falling in love won't be easy. Etienne's family is rather unconventional, she's worried about her face turning bumpy, like Spike's, blood is not her favorite dish, and Pudge is still out there, looking for vampires to kill. However, when she looks at Etienne, all that other stuff is just stuff.
***** Like Single White Vampire, Love Bites is an intelligent, witty barrel of laughs. Admittedly, Pudge is more irratating than evil, but that is no drawback. Marguerite, the matriarch of the clan has promised to find her other children lifemates, and this reviewer looks forward to her fulfilling the promise. *****
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Deborah MacGillivray on Oct. 18 2003
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Lynsay Sands’ hit SINGLE WHITE VAMPIRE was the first in her series of books about a modern day dysfunctional vampire family the Argeneaus. Love Bites is the second and takes up the story of Etienne, Lucern’s younger brother. (These are the books
that Lucern has been writing that everyone thinks are just vampire romances!)
Rachel Garrett has been bouncing between chill and fever and it had nothing to do with the dead man on the table before her. She works in a hospital morgue, after all, so seeing dead bodies were a just part of a work. It was the flu. She needed to be in bed resting, but the caseload was stacking up so there was no time to pamper herself. Only to find a dead body handsome, well that MIGHT be attributed to the flu. But after, when she jokingly apologizes for having to cut away the expensive slacks and the corpse replies, she feels entirely justified in fainting.
After a week’s recovery, she is back on the job when they bring in another body, this one totally burned from a car explosion. As Rachel begins to remove his possessions and tag the body, she is puzzled when the body seems less charred, and then the blackened flesh begins to desquamate, sort of like a snake shedding its skin. Worse, she detects a heartbeat. Just as her mind is trying to adjust to this bizarre situation, an ax-wielding madman rushing into the room screaming for her to get away from the body that is was a vampire. She’s horrified when she sees this nutcase is going to cut off the head of the man - who may not be dead. Not giving a thought, she jumps in front of him as he brings the ax down. Too late Rachel understands her stupid mistake. Etienne awakes to find Rachel dying.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Deborah MacGillivray on Dec 30 2003
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Lynsay Sands' hit SINGLE WHITE VAMPIRE was the first in her series of books about a modern day dysfunctional vampire family the Argeneaus. Love Bites is the second and takes up the story of Etienne, Lucern's younger brother. (These are the books that Lucern has been writing that everyone thinks are just vampire romances!)
Rachel Garrett has been bouncing between chill and fever and it had nothing to do with the dead man on the table before her. She works in a hospital morgue, after all, so seeing dead bodies were a just part of a work. It was the flu. She needed to be in bed resting, but the caseload was stacking up so there was no time to pamper herself. Only to find a dead body handsome, well that MIGHT be attributed to the flu. But after, when she jokingly apologizes for having to cut away the expensive slacks and the corpse replies, she feels entirely justified in fainting.
After a week's recovery, she is back on the job when they bring in another body, this one totally burned from a car explosion. As Rachel begins to remove his possessions and tag the body, she is puzzled when the body seems less charred, and then the blackened flesh begins to desquamate, sort of like a snake shedding its skin. Worse, she detects a heartbeat. Just as her mind is trying to adjust to this bizarre situation, an ax-wielding madman rushing into the room screaming for her to get away from the body that is was a vampire. She's horrified when she sees this nutcase is going to cut off the head of the man - who may not be dead. Not giving a thought, she jumps in front of him as he brings the ax down. Too late Rachel understands her stupid mistake. Etienne awakes to find Rachel dying.
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By georgiarose73 on July 6 2004
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This was a really great book. This is the best of the 3 in the series. I highly reccommend it.
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I saw this book on the shelf at the drug store, and knew I would have a long wait at the Dr's. So I bought the book, knowing nothing about it or the author, and thinking that I would be disapointed and that it would turn in to a horror fest or be gloomy. Boy was I wrong. I devoured the book, laughing out loud in the waiting room! I was immediately hooked, and tracked down the first book Single White Vampire. That one too was fantastic, and I wait with great expections for the third, Tall Dark and Hungry. It is such a relief to find someone who has fun with the vampire idea and makes it sexy as hell. Thank you, Ms. Sands!
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