I’ve read a few of them now and each has been a pleasant experience, and the upcoming Vampires Are Forever (2/2008), eighth in the series, is a fitting addition.
Up this time is Thomas Argeneau — cousin to Bastien and his brothers, nephew to the clan matriarch Marguerite, and a composer in secret — and the smart and curvy Inez Urso, VP of Argeneau Enterprises’ London operations and all-around nice girl.
The duo, who have met only briefly once before, suddenly find themselves thrust together when Marguerite goes missing, not long after she’d taken up the occupation of private detective. Their search for the missing PI takes them to some unique places and into dangers unexpected. The close quarters they must share, however, sparks undeniable passion between them and reveals a bond neither ever expected to find.
Thomas and Inez’s romance is sweet and gentle and their desire appropriately heated, despite her fears and timidity. He woos her with a care, gradually coaxing his largely inexperienced lady love into his arms by being, of all things, considerate.
Have you read Vampires Are Forever? If so, feel free to leave a comment and let us know what you think.