Tag: Lynsay Sands

A Lady in Disguise – Lynsay Sands

Maggie shifted her feet slightly, trying to ease the ache her cramped position was causing in her legs. The small movement was enough to cause her to bang her knees against the door of the armoire she presently sat in, making it rattle. Wincing at the pain that shot up her leg, Maggie was busily […]

Vampires Are Forever – Lynsay Sands

“You’ll be flying over in one of the company jets. It should be ready and waiting by the time we get to the airport.” Thomas Argeneau nodded, but his attention was on the clothes he was ripping from hangers in his walk-in closet and shoving into his knapsack. Etienne watched briefly and then burst out, […]

Vampire, Interrupted – Lynsay Sands

Marguerite wasn’t sure what woke her; a sound perhaps, or the crack of light from the bathroom being momentarily blocked, or maybe it was simply an instinct for survival that dragged her from sleep. Whatever caused it, she was alert and tense when she blinked her eyes open and spotted the dark shape above her. […]

Vampire Most Wanted – Lynsay Sands

Divine saw her latest customer out, surprised to note that there was no one outside her door waiting for a reading. It was the first time that day that there was no line outside her RV. A glance at her watch explained why—it was dinnertime. That was the only time she ever had a lull […]

Under a Vampire Moon – Lynsay Sands

“I don’t see any tables,” Carolyn said, glancing over the busy open-air restaurant. “We can sit at the bar,” her friend, Bethany, said with a shrug. When Carolyn frowned, she rolled her eyes, and caught her arm to drag her toward the bar, adding, “We’ll move to a table as soon as one opens up. […]

The Rogue Hunter – Lynsay Sands

Warm summer air swam over Tanya as she stepped out into the night. It was cooler than it had been earlier in the day, but still hot compared to the air-conditioned coffee shop. She sucked in the humid air as she started across the pavement, her eyes moving around the nearly empty parking lot, noting […]

The Renegade Hunter – Lynsay Sands

“I want you,” Nicholas admitted, his eyes glowing silver. Jo suspected that was a tell with him: Molten silver meant hot and horny. Which was fine with her, as she was feeling rather hot and bothered herself. “But I can’t claim you,” he added. “Claim me?” she echoed, then gave a laugh. “You make me […]

The Reluctant Vampire – Lynsay Sands

Drina hardly noticed the rhythmic tap of her heels as she descended the stairs from the plane. Her attention was shifting from the winter-dead trees surrounding the private airstrip to the man leaning against the back of a small golf cart on the edge of the tarmac. With dark hair and skin and a black […]

The Lady is a Vamp – Lynsay Sands

“Last day, Fred,” Jeanne Louise commented, offering a smile to the guard as she approached the security station. The mortal man had worked the exit of the science division of Argeneau Enterprises for nearly five years now and was being rotated out to another area to prevent him from noticing that many members of the […]

The Immortal Who Loved Me – Lynsay Sands

Sherry was muttering to herself as she worked. She hated doing taxes. She hated paying them even more. Snorting with disgust as she calculated the amount of money she’d have to pay this quarter, she saved the program and was about to shut off the computer when her office door burst open. Grumpy after her […]

The Immortal Hutner – Lynsay Sands

“You’re pulling my leg, right?” “No,” Decker said solemnly. “Does the age difference bother you?” She gave a disbelieving laugh. “Decker, you’ve told me about life mates, and I know you think I’m yours, but—” “I don’t think, I know.” She started to slide off the bale of hay, but he caught her arm. She […]

The Accidental Vampire – Lynsay Sands

It was a high-pitched scream that woke Elvi. Piercing and full of terror, it ripped her from sleep and had her moving before she was quite awake. She started up abruptly only to curse and drop back down when her head slammed into the wooden lid of the coffin. Groaning at the pain vibrating through […]

Tall, Dark and Hungry – Lynsay Sands

“The chicken’s very good.” Bastien watched with amusement as Kate C. Leever scraped up a forkful of the Poulet au Citron she’d ordered and held it to his brother Lucern’s lips. He was even more amused when his brother opened his mouth to accept the bite of food, murmured in appreciation, then chewed and swallowed. […]

Single White Vampire – Lynsay Sands

January 30th Dear Mr. Argeneau: I hope this letter gets to you, finds you well, and that you had a happy holiday season. This is the second communication I’ve sent. The first was mailed just before Christmas. No doubt it was lost in the holiday confusion. I did attempt to contact you by telephone; unfortunately, […]

Runaway Vampire – Lynsay Sands

Mary stifled a yawn, and then gave her head a shake, trying to ease the sleepiness closing in around her. Having slept in this morning, she’d started out late and shouldn’t be tired yet, but it turned out driving for hours at a stretch was exhausting. It hadn’t seemed tiring when she’d had Joe with […]

One Lucky Vampire – Lynsay Sands

“Last day of this assignment.” Jake nodded silently, but didn’t look at Dan Shephard, the blond man at his side and his partner for this job. Instead, Jake’s eyes were busily sliding over the crowd that had gathered around the hotel entrance where their client stood answering questions. It was supposed to look like a […]

Love Bites – Lynsay Sands

Pudge squinted through the scope of his rifle. Not just any rifle. A Tac Ops Tango 51, the ultimate tactical precision rifle. It weighed 10.8 pounds, was 44.3 inches long and had a guaranteed accuracy of .25 MOA. Its stock incorporated a semiwide beavertail— He paused in his mental recitation of the Tac Ops catalog […]

Immortal Ever After – Lynsay Sands

Valerie’s eyes blinked open to darkness. For a moment she was disoriented and wondered what had woken her, but then she became aware of footsteps overhead. She lay still and listened as someone puttered in the kitchen at the top of the stairs, but tensed when the footsteps paused and she heard the slide and […]

Hungry For You – Lynsay Sands

Cale was just raising his hand to knock at the doorwhen it swung open. A tall fellow with short dark hair and a phone pressed to his ear peered out at him. “Cale Valens?” “Yes,” Cale answered, knowing the guards at the front gate had called up to the house warning of his arrival. “Come […]

Born to Bite – Lynsay Sands

“You’re late.” Lucian’s growled greeting made Armand Argeneau grimace as he slid onto the bench seat opposite him in the diner’s only occupied booth. A “Hello, how are you?” would have been nice, but it also wasn’t something he’d expect from the older immortal. Lucian wasn’t known for being warm and fuzzy. “I had some […]

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