Favourite Argeneau Book

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What's your favourite Lynsay Sands Argeneau book?

Poll ended at April 30th, 2008, 12:32 pm

A Quick Bite
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Love Bites
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Single White Vampire
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Tall, Dark and Hungry
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A Bite To Remember
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Bite Me If You Can
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The Accidental Vampire
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Vampires Are Forever
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Vampire, Interrupted
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Re: Favourite Argeneau Book

Postby MysticFan on February 7th, 2011, 5:58 pm

TomEC wrote:Well, I just finished reading The Accidental Vampire again and it's still my favorite. There's just something about Elvi, Mabel, Teddy and all the gang at Port Henry that I love. I think I just like the idea of Port Henry; a town where five immortals can show up and every one of them walk away with a lifemate. One of them, of course, ended in tragedy which will, as I understand it, be addressed in the next book. I felt bad when I read about that and I couldn't help thinking about it as I read The Accidental Vampire. Nevertheless, I'm very much looking forward to another visit to Port Henry.

Oh and Lynsay, nice house.



I also just finished The Accidental Vampire. I really liked it the first time I read it, but I liked it even more the second time around. I also couldn't help but think about the tragedy that was to come :( . Now I am very ready for the next book.
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Re: Favourite Argeneau Book

Postby susan60625 on February 7th, 2011, 8:43 pm

Wow, we are all doing our re-reads. I finished TAV last week and just finished VAF and VI. Thomas, I know what you mean about the people of Port Henry. I think what I like is their naivete. They accept that vampires exist, but they accept the fictional premise of the "Dracula" type of vampire. However, they don't understand the reality of how the immortals can be, such as rogues like Leonius. Their innocence is what makes them so lovable!
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Re: Favourite Argeneau Book

Postby TomEC on February 8th, 2011, 1:42 am

susan60625 wrote:Wow, we are all doing our re-reads. I finished TAV last week and just finished VAF and VI. Thomas, I know what you mean about the people of Port Henry. I think what I like is their naivete. They accept that vampires exist, but they accept the fictional premise of the "Dracula" type of vampire. However, they don't understand the reality of how the immortals can be, such as rogues like Leonius. Their innocence is what makes them so lovable!


Yeah, they are an innocent lot and it's not simply that they live in a small town. If there's one thing I know about, it's life in a small town (really small). No, the people of Port Henry are something special and they protect their own. I suspect that if Leonius and his crew ever showed up there, looking for trouble, they would be in for a nasty surprise. That town together with the immortals that live there would be a tough opponent to bet against. They would best him and somehow not lose that charming innocence doing it.
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Re: Favourite Argeneau Book

Postby sin on February 13th, 2011, 11:54 pm

Still have to say "BMIYC"
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Re: Favourite Argeneau Book

Postby jill on February 20th, 2011, 12:02 pm

of course Single White Vampire is my number one but Bite Me if You Can is a close 2nd :)
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