Amazon Blurb:

The third book in her phenomenal Argeneau vampire series, Single White Vampire by the incomparable Lynsay Sands is an unadulterated delight! This paranormal romance classic follows the romantic adventures of a dark and handsome immortal who writes paranormal romances, and who’d love to sink his teeth into his sexy new editor. When it comes to red hot vampire love stories, New York Times and USA Today bestseller Lynsay Sands is Queen of the Night!

Quote:

Lucern felt himself. “She called my erections wonderful?”
Entienne just gaped, then knocked on his brother’s forehead “Hello! Earth calling Luc! She thinks it’s rigor mortis.”

Review:

This was absolutely hysterical. I loved it. All of it. I love Lucern’s family. I love his codpiece. I love the condoms. I love everything. But most especially I love the “No.”s. In the very first chapter of the book, there is a bunch of correspondence between Lucern and Kate, where Kate is trying to meet him and get him to do something for her for him. And every time he responds, he responds with “No.” Even when they meet in person, the first dozen or so things he says to her is “No.” 😂😂😂 I was rolling around laughing within two pages.

Lucern Argeneau is old. He is a grumpy old curmudgeon who is stuck in the past and just wants to be left alone. He really doesn’t like being around people who aren’t family. He is tired of the constant cycle of make friend, have to leave friend when they start to realise he isn’t aging cycle. He uses this grumpy outer exterior as a shield against others, so they don’t hurt his carebear interior. I just love how he is using his families stories to sell books. And none of them care. Oh and oh my god, how his mother, Marguerite, tricked him? I love that woman.

Kate is a people pleaser. She does whatever she can to make people happy, constantly. To the detriment of herself. When she has a desire for something, she doesn’t take no for an answer. Both of these qualities together make for some pretty hilarious scenarios. I’m disappointed in her at the end of the book, but she makes up for it by being not so dumb eventually.

Honestly, I’m just loving how funny these books are. I blew through books one through three, one right after the other, when I had only meant to read the first and move on. Then I had only meant to read the first two. Now I’m on the third and still want to just keep going. These are so much fun to read.

To read more reviews for this series, check out the Argeneau series page!