The Lady is a Vamp by Lynsay Sands

The Lady is a Vamp by Lynsay Sands

Believe it or not, there are still people out there who have not been swept up in the twilight/supernatural type series so having to review a paranormal story filled me with some trepidation.

Paul Jones works in the world of vampires, the Argeneau corporation, so when medical science fails his dying daughter, his last chance is to persuade a vampire to “turn” his daughter, thus ensuring she lives immortally. But a vampire can only bestow one ”turn” in their life span, usually reserved for a life partner. So when Paul kidnaps Jeanne Louise Argeneau, he puts his own life in mortal danger for the crime.

Jeanne could have extricated herself from the situation easily but she recognises features in Paul, that mean he could be the love of her life, so turning his daughter would mean losing out on a future with her life partner. The growing attraction between Paul and Jeanne had me devouring the story with the added threat of the Enforcers making it a nail biting race to make the decision of whose life would be saved.

A thoroughly enjoyable read, I literally raced through the pages, learning the rules of the vampire world. I already have another of Lynsay Sands books on my “to be read” list. I’m looking forward to reading Lucian Argeneau’s story in “Bite Me If You Can”, so a true indication of a great writer when you want to follow up with another of their stories.

And not only that, I’m following up with another paranormal read for my next review.

Marie M.