Monday, March 5, 2012

The Sexiest Vampire Alive by Kerrelyn Sparks

The Sexiest Vampire Alive 
by Kerrelyn Sparks
Love at Stake Book Eleven

If you’ve read the other books in this series then you know who “Gregori the Gregarious” often referred to as a “play-boy” who’s never wanted to settle down. Someone always the life of the party and would always ensure some comic relief in this series from his crazy ideas, to his outlandish self-confidence.  Well it’s finally his turn to meet a woman who’ll turn his world upside down, and of all people it’s the president’s daughter!  In the last book a video is released of Conner killing Casimir, leading to the world finding out that vampires truly exist.   At the start of this book we find ourselves in a pickle with the Vamps trying to figure out a way to cover up the video.  The President has agreed to have the video discredited if the Vamps will escort his daughter on a mission into China.  Sparks fly from the very moment Gregori lays eyes on Abby, he has promised to keep her safe but who is going to keep her safe from him? 
I came across this series a few years ago. During the time when I was beginning to out-grow the whole “twilight” phase.  Originally I was skeptical, “it would just be another vampire romance.”  That had started blending together into the same collage of characters.  Kerrelyn Sparks managed to surprise me, she is actually funny! This book is no exception.  I always enjoy the way Kerrelyn Sparks can keep things light-hearted and fun but also have the necessary suspense to keep you coming back for more from the maniacal Casimir, to the newest Evil Incarnate. The only problem some people may have is the romance can seem a bit rushed.   The story takes place all in a few days’ time.  Personally I can still feel the relationship building and I don’t mind as much, when you know, you know.  Although a plus for Kerrelyn Sparks’ series is she keeps you up to date on all of her couples, but any book in this series can still be read as a stand-alone novel without losing the audience.  I definitely recommend this book f you want a fun not too “sleazy” romance.

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