UNDER A VAMPIRE MOON
An Argeneau Novel, Book 16
ISBN: 978-0-06-210020-7 (Print), 978-0-06-211937-7 (EB)
April 24, 2012
$7.99 US / $9.50 CAN
Rating: 4 Cups
If this vacation were any more fun Carolyn Conner just may have to slit her wrists. What in the world a forty something, almost divorcee is doing in honeymoon hell has her seriously questioning her sanity.
He is not quite sure how he and his cousins wound up on his parent’s honeymoon, but Christian Notte is about to find out. His mother has a real knack for sniffing out mates, and it looks like this time it is his turn.
Carolyn would like nothing more than to head home and lick her wounds in private, but her girlfriends Bethany and Genie have other ideas. They think she needs to sow some long overdue wild oats, and unfortunately the only man to catch her eye is about twenty years too young. Christian is well aware of Carolyn’s opinion on dating a younger man, but his cousin Gia has come up with the perfect plan, sort of. There are just one or two little issues, and the closer Carolyn and Christian become the more obvious they are.
Poor Carolyn is like a forty year old virgin, and the harder she resists, the further she falls. I really enjoy her fumbling attempts at being Christian’s pseudo girlfriend, and I love it even more when she really lets loose. Christian is just as beleaguered, and it is fun to watch him desperately try to hold onto his control. This is a series that begs to be read, and if you have not started you better get cracking!
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More