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  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (May 29 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1441817999
  • ISBN-13: 978-1441817990
  • Product Dimensions: 13.1 x 18.1 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 159 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,111,148 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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By Andrew on March 4 2014
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Great read by a great author.
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Lynsay absolutely rocks with her new series about a dysfunctional vampire family! I won't go into the plot line too heavy because you need to experience all the surprises and delights yourself.
A mother, two sons and a daughter (and more relatives to come hopefully) face the every day struggles of vampire existence in the 21st Century. In this tale, originally called Lucern, we meet Lucern Argeneau, the first son.
He is a four hundred year old vampire, getting by in the dreary world by writing contemporary romances about...well, vampires...only no one catches on he is merely writing about his family. To his surprise, they are a big success, so much so his editor, Kate C. Leever of Roundhouse Publishing is determined to drag the reclusive writer to the Romantic Times Convention.
Lucern is a grumpy - albeit sexy - curmudgeon, and he is determined NOT to go to a book convention. However, Kate is a whirlwind, an editor - who has little life outside her work - so she is firmly determined to drag him kicking and screaming into the limelight. She gets aid from his family, who think Kate is not only a super editor, but also the perfect mate for Lucern. And while Lucern loves her as an editor - at a distance - he hates to admit he feels an attraction for the pushy lady.
Only, romance for the vampire - as well as attending a book convention - has a lot of modern day drawbacks. Kate fits in well with his family, though she finds them a bit odd. Lynsay is known for her side-aching humour, but she is at top form as Lucern is forced into the world of sunshine and supermarkets.
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By Harmony K. TOP 500 REVIEWER on April 7 2010
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Amazon only allows one review for all versions of the book. I want to give 1 star to the $70 audio CD version (LOL, $70). ZERO stars to the preloaded audio player version (what a horrible idea, it has at least 5 fatal flaws IMO). I do want to give 5 stars to the MP3 version and the paperback.

I love this Argeneau series. It's hilarious and there's lots of action. I own all the paperbacks. So glad to see that they finally released it a third one as MP3.

If the publisher reads this - hi there, keep up the good work. If you release MP3 CD versions of the other 11 books in the series, under $20, I'll buy them, promise.
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This whole series just gets better, I truly love how she incorporates her characters in all her books but writes them independently...if you start the series at book 3 your not lost. I hated turning the last page as the characters truly come to life and the world you find yourself in is believable and a true escape.
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Lucern Argeneau is a four hundred year old vampire, trying to adapt to the 21st century. He has decided that to do so he will tell the "fiction" stories of his family, which once his editor sees them decided they are fantastic contemporary romances. To his surprise, they are a big success, so much so his editor, Kate C. Leever is trying to drag him to a romance convention to promote his books. Lucern is a very sexy and grumpy 30/400 year old, and he is determined NOT to go to a book convention. However, Kate is a whirlwind, an editor who is in need of a life and a good career move she not only shows up on his doorstep but she gets aid from his family to make him go. By the time Kate installs Lucern in the convention hotel; she is becoming concerned there is something very wrong with Lucern's health. She is shocked to find out the truth when she figures out his stories are not fiction. All the while you can see the 2 of them falling in love! This is part of a series but you can easily read them out of order.
As usual L. Sands makes me laugh out loud with her writings. I love the scene at the supermarket where he is almost to the point of stalking a woman through the store. Also when he is watching Monty Pyton for the first time is hysterical!
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By Cher D on June 27 2004
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After reading her first book in the series; Love Bites I had to run out the very next day and buy Single White Vampire. It was fantastic. Lynsay Sands gives us a look into the world of romance book writing and their writing conventions. A great series of books about not-quite your run of the mill vampires. I recomend this book and the others in the series to anyone who loves a good funny story or loves to read romance books with a twist.
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By Donna on June 27 2004
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This was my first 'Vampire Romance' and it rocked! I read the whole thing in a day and I wanted more lol Lynsay's talent and wit is on each and every page.....keep 'em coming Lynsay!
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This book was very cute, and worthy of 5 stars because it delivers a funny, romantic, energetic, and modern love story. Although the title may be off-putting to some, this book is thoroughly modern ! The references (i.e. Buffy the Vampire Slayer and all the latest in condom-wear) keep the book from taking itself too seriously, and the result is some very funny scenes involving the two characters. Admittedly, some of the scenes did go on a bit long, but overall it didn't detract from the story. The main character, Lucern is more of an old-fashioned romantic than a vampire, and the vampire references are actually pretty minimal. The story is first and foremost about a romance, and the vampire thing is just secondary in this book. The characters are very funny at times, and very romantic too. I look forward to Etienne and Rachel's story in Love Bites. Recommended!
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