Friday, August 3, 2012

Nothing's sexier than a man who can keep a secret.

Secret Life of a Vampire by Kerrelyn Sparks

A typical bachelor party is all about beers and beautiful women. A vampire bachelor party is no different—except the men are drinking Blissky (whiskey-flavored synthetic blood). And no one can throw a party quite like Jack, the illegitimate son of the legendary Casanova. But when the party gets out of hand, and the cops show up, Jack has some explaining to do...if only he wasn't struck speechless by the beauty of Officer Lara Boucher.

Lara is sure there's something more than a bachelor party going on. What is Jack hiding? And why is he so interested in the recent disappearance of young women all over town? Her investigation uncovers more than she wants to know, especially about this modern-day Casanova. But if she's ever to make detective, she'll need to expose all his secrets...if only her heart wasn't on the line.

My Thoughts

I couldn't put this book down, it was so good. I love the fact that Jack can't read or control Lara's mind. She is free to do what she wants without being afraid of being influenced. Jack's friend are really funny, because every time one of them meets Lara, they always say "I heard about you." Lara is really smart and I love her for that, that she is able to put two-and-two together and figure out who he is. I felt really bad for Jack when Lara rejected him, but at the same time I'm glad she did because you can't have a relationship or even trust if you have secrets. Apollo can go somewhere because there is no reason why he has to brainwash and kidnap women just because he wants to get laid and feed. Seriously be a man and do it right. I'm for sure going to have to read other books by Sparks to see what happens to Jack's friends and what happens with him. I for sure could read this book again and still enjoy it.

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