The latest in Sands' vampire series is just as attention grabbing, heartwarming and humorous as previous offerings, with
well-done continuity. Lucian's lack of knowledge about how the modern
world functions is believable; Leigh is
a delightful heroine; and the new secondary characters are well developed. Hopefully they'll appear in future stories.

When Leigh is attacked and bitten by rogue vampire Morgan, Lucian Argeneau rescues her. Lucian has no time to nurse her through the turning, but events conspire to have him do just that. Much against his will, he discovers that she just might be his mate. Now he must learn how to court a woman in this day and age, while keeping her safe from Morgan, who is still determined to have her. (Avon, Feb., 384 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Susan Mobley