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Born to Bite (Argeneau Vampire Series #13)

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8 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

Argeneau Novel with a bit of mystery

Born to Bite is the 13th book in the Argeneau series by Lynsay Sands. This book takes place immediately after the Rouge Hunter with (I think) part of them coinciding.

Eshe, one of the Enforcers for the council, is sent to investigate Armand Argeneau in the deaths of...
Born to Bite is the 13th book in the Argeneau series by Lynsay Sands. This book takes place immediately after the Rouge Hunter with (I think) part of them coinciding.

Eshe, one of the Enforcers for the council, is sent to investigate Armand Argeneau in the deaths of his previous wives as well as the death of his son's wife. Armand is told by his brother Lucian that Eshe is in need of protection as a way to get Eshe in the door. While Eshe begins her investigation she discovers that there are many who care for Armand, including the town-folk where he lives, the families of his deceased wives and his second (Cedrick).

Born to Bite is not exactly the typical Argeneau novel, Eshe and Armand are already both immortal and have both previously had a life mate. There is no adjustment to learning about the immortals and the possibility of lifemates. Rather this book focus on discovering a mystery that has plagued Armand Argeneau for many years. I really enjoyed this addition to the series, getting the chance to get to know Eshe and Armand was a treat!

posted by jopmav on May 15, 2010

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2 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

Boring

I'm getting really bored with Lynsay Sands and this series. The story is always the same, only with different characters and occasionally, a different setting. But there is always the inevitable staking with which the lover will revive them with plenty of blood, blah bl...
I'm getting really bored with Lynsay Sands and this series. The story is always the same, only with different characters and occasionally, a different setting. But there is always the inevitable staking with which the lover will revive them with plenty of blood, blah blah blah. Always the same, never changing. And the predictibility is just ridiculous. I'm ready for something new and exciting, which thankfully I have found in other authors. If you've read one argeneau novel, then you have read them all. Don't waste your time or money.

posted by lizzy350 on January 12, 2011

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    Posted January 12, 2011

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    I'm getting really bored with Lynsay Sands and this series. The story is always the same, only with different characters and occasionally, a different setting. But there is always the inevitable staking with which the lover will revive them with plenty of blood, blah blah blah. Always the same, never changing. And the predictibility is just ridiculous. I'm ready for something new and exciting, which thankfully I have found in other authors. If you've read one argeneau novel, then you have read them all. Don't waste your time or money.

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