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Irresistible Even vampires need a vacation. But Decker Argeneau's ends abruptly when he's asked to help hunt the group of rogue vampires targeting mortals - one that might include a defector in his own family. Before he can worry about that, though, he's got to rescue the latest victim. It's all part of the job, including taking a bullet for a beautiful doctor. I Irresistible Even vampires need a vacation. But Decker Argeneau's ends abruptly when he's asked to help hunt the group of rogue vampires targeting mortals - one that might include a defector in his own family. Before he can worry about that, though, he's got to rescue the latest victim. It's all part of the job, including taking a bullet for a beautiful doctor. Insatiable Dr. Danielle McGill doesn't know if she can trust the man who just saved her life. There are too many questions, such as what is the secret organization he says he's part of, and why do his wounds hardly bleed? However, with her sister in the hands of some dangerous men, she doesn't have much choice but to trust him. Immortal Except now Decker's talking about life mates and awakening a passion that's taking Dani beyond anything she's ever known. Being undead may not be half-bad...especially if it means spending forever with a man who would love her with his mind, body, and immortal soul.


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Irresistible Even vampires need a vacation. But Decker Argeneau's ends abruptly when he's asked to help hunt the group of rogue vampires targeting mortals - one that might include a defector in his own family. Before he can worry about that, though, he's got to rescue the latest victim. It's all part of the job, including taking a bullet for a beautiful doctor. I Irresistible Even vampires need a vacation. But Decker Argeneau's ends abruptly when he's asked to help hunt the group of rogue vampires targeting mortals - one that might include a defector in his own family. Before he can worry about that, though, he's got to rescue the latest victim. It's all part of the job, including taking a bullet for a beautiful doctor. Insatiable Dr. Danielle McGill doesn't know if she can trust the man who just saved her life. There are too many questions, such as what is the secret organization he says he's part of, and why do his wounds hardly bleed? However, with her sister in the hands of some dangerous men, she doesn't have much choice but to trust him. Immortal Except now Decker's talking about life mates and awakening a passion that's taking Dani beyond anything she's ever known. Being undead may not be half-bad...especially if it means spending forever with a man who would love her with his mind, body, and immortal soul.

30 review for The Immortal Hunter

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jilly

    You all know how much I hate the "Alpha Asshole" man. There is nothing that will get my hackles raised quicker than some AA pushing a girl around "for her own good", or ignoring her when she say's no - but it's okay because "her body betrays her" and she really does want him. This guy, Decker, triggered me faster than a mansplainer. Yeah, I'm gonna need a gun over here... Decker treats his life-mate worse than any of the previous vamp guys ever have, and they are all a lot older than him, so he ca You all know how much I hate the "Alpha Asshole" man. There is nothing that will get my hackles raised quicker than some AA pushing a girl around "for her own good", or ignoring her when she say's no - but it's okay because "her body betrays her" and she really does want him. This guy, Decker, triggered me faster than a mansplainer. Yeah, I'm gonna need a gun over here... Decker treats his life-mate worse than any of the previous vamp guys ever have, and they are all a lot older than him, so he can't blame "old fashioned" ideas about women as an excuse. He grabs her by the arm so many times to force her to do something that she is going to start looking like one of those old Stretch Armstrong dolls that has been overused: Okay, maybe the long arms will be beneficial sometimes. At least he won't have to be the douche with the selfie-stick. You know how many times my husband has grabbed me by the arm to stop me from walking here or there, or to spin me around to force me to listen to him, or to force intimacy? NONE. That's right, he has done that zero times in our almost 30 years of knowing each other. Because it is disrespectful, rude, a bully tactic... not to mention dangerous - for him! Yeah, a man trying that shit on me would lose an appendage. Aww, now I'm less angry. Thank you, bears. You always fix everything. Decker also keeps saying that she's cute when she's angry. That's another thing that I hate. When a man is angry, he is never cute. He is dangerous or scary. He is taken seriously. But, when an AA sees his woman get angry (for serious reasons), he smiles or chuckles because she is so cute. Isn't that just the cutest face she makes when she's freaking out about her sister possibly being tortured and raped by a madman? Aww, she's adorable. Look at her little face getting all red! Look at her cute little huffy expression! I'm so glad she is my property now. Let me just grab her arm and order her to stay out of the way while the big strong men take care of everything. She needs to go get all prettied up for when I get back from my man-work and want food and sex from her. Not you too, Superman! Which brings up the next point as to why this book was a suck-fest. This couple is humping like bunnies all over the place, every second, while her teenage sister is in the hands of a raping, torturing, murderer! Is this really the best way to use their time? Could they possibly be doing something actually useful towards saving the kid? Not to mention the fact that maybe it's disrespectful to act like a cat in heat right now. AND, I would think that knowing what her sister is going through would be a slight buzz-kill in the terms of sex. I know that when I hear a story of some poor girl being kidnapped, raped, tortured, and killed on the news, all I want to do is jump my husband's bones. And, I don't even know those girls. Just think how horny it would make me if it was a relative! Yup. So, basically, I didn't like anything about this book. And, I'm not even mentioning the fact that, once again, there isn't an actual ending to the story. So, here's how I will wrap up my review. Decker?

  2. 5 out of 5

    DarienMoya

    ^^WILL KEEP COMING BACK FOR MORE!^^ I really do I enjoy this series, it always like a little home coming for me. I know these characters and love them. Moreover, it’s like having vamps in my backyard, all these vampires on the streets of Toronto is never a bad thing. This book is the 2nd in the Rogue Hunter series and the 11th book in the Argeneau series, and why would I stop now. Anything new and exciting to report not really. It’s the same whole concept, man finds life-mate she is human and onc ^^WILL KEEP COMING BACK FOR MORE!^^ I really do I enjoy this series, it always like a little home coming for me. I know these characters and love them. Moreover, it’s like having vamps in my backyard, all these vampires on the streets of Toronto is never a bad thing. This book is the 2nd in the Rogue Hunter series and the 11th book in the Argeneau series, and why would I stop now. Anything new and exciting to report not really. It’s the same whole concept, man finds life-mate she is human and once again the explanation of the whole vampire thing has to be explained. I keep going back, because it is funny and this family of vampires is just one of a kind, and in this series the Argeneau’s rule the bloody world. So woman in distress, sexy vamp man to the rescue, mind-blowing sex that causes blackouts, the same old, same old. New development and I am not sure whether I like it or not. Fangless vampires! Yeh I said Fangless, am I the only one who just doesn’t find that very sexy. Its all about the bite and cutting your victim to drink from them brings up some serious issues. Its no wonder most fang free vamps are crazy, I would be crazy too, if I wanted to bring my vamp street cred, and then disappoint with “oh my, I’m really sorry, but I need to make a small incision to drink from you”. Yep, not sexy at all. Overall, I really did like this one, the characters are safe and this one doesn’t have the normal HEA, and ends with a bit of cliff-hanger and I am just dying to know what’s gonna happen next. This is pure happy fluff, and if you like happy fluff then this series is the one for you. With so many books, it’s quite clear that some are better than others, and this is one of the better ones.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    This is book number 11 in Lyndsay Sand's Argeneau Vampire series. This series does not HAVE to be read in order, however, for this book, I at least recommend reading book #10 (The Rogue Hunter) because it continues some of the plot from that previous book. As for why this book only got 3 stars when Ms. Sands usually writes 4 or 5 star quality books...? There are a few reasons why. First, the book's plot is continued YET again. Yes, there is a satisfactory conclusion with the hero (Decker) and th This is book number 11 in Lyndsay Sand's Argeneau Vampire series. This series does not HAVE to be read in order, however, for this book, I at least recommend reading book #10 (The Rogue Hunter) because it continues some of the plot from that previous book. As for why this book only got 3 stars when Ms. Sands usually writes 4 or 5 star quality books...? There are a few reasons why. First, the book's plot is continued YET again. Yes, there is a satisfactory conclusion with the hero (Decker) and the heroine (Danielle). However, the rogue vampires have gotten away... again! Second, Ms. Sands brings in a "different race" of vampires, of whom she has NEVER, EVER mentioned before: the no-fangers. And there are the dreaded evil/crazy no-fangers and good/non-crazy no-fangers that have a fancy-schmansy name, I cannot think of it off the top of my head let alone spell it. If these no-fangers are so bad... then why haven't we heard of them EVER before? Why? Well, because Ms. Sands needs some fresh ideas to re-vamp (pun intended) her vamp series. Ehhhhhh, I know a series needs to be freshened up a little bit now and again, but could you have at least come up with something a little more believable? The chemistry between the Decker and Danielle was okay. Certainly nothing like her other books. Danielle's sister (Stephanie) was kidnapped by one of the members of the no-fangers rogue vampire group. The group originally had Danielle too, but Decker and his enforcer partner, Justin surprised the group and saved Danielle, but unfortunately, one of the no-fangers got away with Stephanie. So, the romance takes place while Decker and Danielle try to follow Stephanie and the rogue no-fanger. I won't give the rest away, but I can tell you that the rest of the book was pretty predictable (except for the no-fangers of course).

  4. 5 out of 5

    Shelby

    4.5 Stars Decker is such the strong silent type. I giggled at his inner frustration at with the chattiness of his temporary partner. There's a bit more action in this one as well. Rogues are causing lots of trouble and have kidnapped two sisters. Of course the hunters have their work cut out for them in trying to track down the two rogues who managed to escape. I liked Decker and Danielle as a couple even though of course as per usual with this series it's very insta-lovey. Still as a whole I rea 4.5 Stars Decker is such the strong silent type. I giggled at his inner frustration at with the chattiness of his temporary partner. There's a bit more action in this one as well. Rogues are causing lots of trouble and have kidnapped two sisters. Of course the hunters have their work cut out for them in trying to track down the two rogues who managed to escape. I liked Decker and Danielle as a couple even though of course as per usual with this series it's very insta-lovey. Still as a whole I really enjoyed this read, especially because there was more action and not just a meet, fall instantly in love, and then deal with immortal misunderstandings.

  5. 4 out of 5

    CC

    3.5 stars This was a good addition to the series. Tons of action and the MCs were likable. I enjoyed it and thought that the suspense part was the best in the series. I was actually nervous and wondering how it would work out. Decker was a good hero and Dani handled the crazy pretty well. These books are blurring together so I just do not have that much to say about them individually. But I am sticking with the series for now.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Matthew Cross

    fantastic book , i cant believe how many twists and turns there are at the end , and the scene with danielle and the farmer lol , onto the next one !

  7. 5 out of 5

    Aberforth

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I really was just not all that impressed with this book. It had it's funny moments (mostly coming from the hero's partner) but was nowhere near Lynsay Sands' usual quality. The plot itself... *shakes head* We're 11 books into the series. There have been rogues mentioned throughout the entire series. And now, just now, we're finally learning about this one group of them (the no-fangers) that are just so evil and nasty, and that apparently make a ton of new vampires on a regular basis? Really? Tha I really was just not all that impressed with this book. It had it's funny moments (mostly coming from the hero's partner) but was nowhere near Lynsay Sands' usual quality. The plot itself... *shakes head* We're 11 books into the series. There have been rogues mentioned throughout the entire series. And now, just now, we're finally learning about this one group of them (the no-fangers) that are just so evil and nasty, and that apparently make a ton of new vampires on a regular basis? Really? That seems like a pretty big thing not to be mentioned at some point (ANY point) earlier than book 11. It really just felt like the author needed a plot for this book so decided to add this big bad group to her world. Plus now that the heroine is an edentate (the word for a non-crazy vamp without fangs), they have someone working on a cure at least enough so she can have babies. They've been around since the days of Atlantis, but they've JUST NOW started working on a cure? Or if they've had someone else working on it for years, the person they have working on it now has been around for hundreds of years. I guess there's never been the time to work on a cure, not until some chick feels the need to breed.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Mical

    When I first began reading Lynsay Sands' Argeneau vampire series, I was a little put-off by the premise of the vampires. Seriously? Vampires as creations of science from mythical, long-lost Atlantis? C'mon... But! I must add that once I got past the concept and into the plots themselves, I thoroughly enjoyed each book. The author has a marvelous way of expressing the heady rush of passion and intensity of emotion that fires the onset of love, or at least lust. This book, introduces some new conce When I first began reading Lynsay Sands' Argeneau vampire series, I was a little put-off by the premise of the vampires. Seriously? Vampires as creations of science from mythical, long-lost Atlantis? C'mon... But! I must add that once I got past the concept and into the plots themselves, I thoroughly enjoyed each book. The author has a marvelous way of expressing the heady rush of passion and intensity of emotion that fires the onset of love, or at least lust. This book, introduces some new concepts in her usual plot scenario of immortal finds mate, woos mate, turns mate into immortal. I like the new elements and I liked the story, which picked up almost immediately where The Rogue Hunter left off. The only thing I truly yearn for are more stories about the women finding their mates instead of it always being a male immortal. In twelve books, we've only had two female leads. Let the ladies take charge, Lynsay! Oh, and I'm VERY interested in the rogue immortal named Nicholas! I truly hope this isn't the last we've heard of him! Let's see a story from his POV! Good read, with the usual caveat of, "why is it that the instant a strong woman runs into her paranormal paramour she turns into a puddle of girly-goop?" Just sayin'...

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Another Yummy book by Lynsay Sands. Unlike some of the other reviews I read about this book - I enjoy the fact that the book didn't wrap up all the plot lines in a neat little bow. It allows a little more complexity to the plot and room for other books to contain ties to previous books. I HATE having to wait until the next book comes out in October - but am anxious to find out what happens with some of the characters we were introduced to in this book. As with all the books in these series (Arge Another Yummy book by Lynsay Sands. Unlike some of the other reviews I read about this book - I enjoy the fact that the book didn't wrap up all the plot lines in a neat little bow. It allows a little more complexity to the plot and room for other books to contain ties to previous books. I HATE having to wait until the next book comes out in October - but am anxious to find out what happens with some of the characters we were introduced to in this book. As with all the books in these series (Argeneau Vampires) there was some great steamy sex scenes. They rolled around on stacks of hay in a barn. Did the nasty in a closet... I don't know if they ever actually made whoopy in a bed now that I am thinking about it. Huh. Anyway - Good steam heat and a fun plot. Just enough mystery and danger to keep you rivited. Is it October yet?

  10. 5 out of 5

    Cathy

    I still like the series. She has a formula that she uses very effectively. I always like her characters and enjoy the adventure and romance, despite recognizing said formula, the books are consistently enjoyable and I look forward to more in the series. If you like humorous romance novels, you'll like these books. I still like the series. She has a formula that she uses very effectively. I always like her characters and enjoy the adventure and romance, despite recognizing said formula, the books are consistently enjoyable and I look forward to more in the series. If you like humorous romance novels, you'll like these books.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Louisa

    Another fantastic book, so enjoyable, and yeah, I wish I was able to read The Renegade Hunter, but I'm loving reading these 3 books back to back, because they are so close time wise and character proximity wise and yeah, it's so great! Another fantastic book, so enjoyable, and yeah, I wish I was able to read The Renegade Hunter, but I'm loving reading these 3 books back to back, because they are so close time wise and character proximity wise and yeah, it's so great!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Wende

    Can we say asshole? I hated Decker. I really liked him in the previous book but this time the man had a brain transplant. He was rude and such a pissy person. I pity Danielle to spend eternity with him

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    2 stars - B & C.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kristina Deluise

    the immortal hunter it was probably better the first time. i am reading these and forcing myself to read these because i have newer ones and i can't read them because i don't recognize the characters so i am rereading the entire series, in hopes that i will be able to read the ones i never read it was ok, it flowed, but i had a hard time paying attention andnot getting distracted by other things felt bad for mortimer, steph and dani some of it was cute thought, the situations they found themselves in the immortal hunter it was probably better the first time. i am reading these and forcing myself to read these because i have newer ones and i can't read them because i don't recognize the characters so i am rereading the entire series, in hopes that i will be able to read the ones i never read it was ok, it flowed, but i had a hard time paying attention andnot getting distracted by other things felt bad for mortimer, steph and dani some of it was cute thought, the situations they found themselves in

  15. 5 out of 5

    Shannon (Giraffe Days)

    The three Council Enforcers - Mortimer, Justin and Decker - are still at Decker's Muskoka cottage after finding the immortal they thought was snacking on mortal's necks in the area, only to find that he isn't responsible for all the snacking. Now they learn that the rogue Nicholas was seen in the area and rush to catch him. Decker and Justin find Nicholas surprisingly quickly: indeed, he's been waiting for them to help him flush out a nest of no-fanger rogues who've captured two human women. Lac The three Council Enforcers - Mortimer, Justin and Decker - are still at Decker's Muskoka cottage after finding the immortal they thought was snacking on mortal's necks in the area, only to find that he isn't responsible for all the snacking. Now they learn that the rogue Nicholas was seen in the area and rush to catch him. Decker and Justin find Nicholas surprisingly quickly: indeed, he's been waiting for them to help him flush out a nest of no-fanger rogues who've captured two human women. Lacking fangs, the crazy no-fangers must slice cuts on the bodies to drink from them. Two other women have already been used and discarded at the bottom of a ravine. The "nest" of six no-fangers is subdued but two got away, one using the youngest victim, fifteen year old Stephanie, as a hostage. While Nicholas tears off after them, Decker and Justin are left with Stephanie's older sister Dani and four temporarily immobilised immortals. When Decker realises he can't read Dani's mind, he knows he's found his life mate. Now the hunt is on to track down Stephanie and the no-fanger who kidnapped her (again), while Dani is abducted by the father of the gang, Leonius, who has his own sick plans for her. I'm a big fan of this series, which makes it easy for me to overlook certain characteristics of the prose and characters that would otherwise bother me. Sands injects humour and realism into an otherwise "unreal" fantasy series, but does sometimes get bogged down in describing exact movements - though to be fair, having struggled through vague and impossible descriptions in Christine Feehan's books, I do appreciate it. There aren't many differing characteristics between characters - the women tend to be quite similar, as are the men - but while you're reading the book you get quite attached to them. The men especially are sexy but adorable, but they do tend to slip into two-dimensional land once their book is over. The Immortal Hunter expands on the history and background of the vampiric premise - which is highly original, though many people don't like it for the same reasons they don't like the changes to vampires in the Twilight books. The introduction of Leonius as a mad evil bastard added a new level of excitement and suspense, and the ending is a bit of a cliff-hanger with some mysteries yet to be revealed. In a way, my humble disappointment with this book stems merely from a lack of time the main characters, Decker and Dani, got to spend together that wasn't spent explaining things (things you'll already know if you've read the previous books). That's the downside to having no strict order to this series: the origins etc. of these vampires is explained, to varying degrees, in each book as each new woman is introduced to it. Still, Sands does try to approach it differently each time so as not to bore you. *** Just in case you're interested in trying this book or one of the others, but have no idea where to start (I get asked for help in this area quite a bit), here's the running list: The Argeneau Vampire Series: 1. A Quick Bite 2. Love Bites 3. Single White Vampire 4. Tall, Dark & Hungry 5. A Bite To Remember 6. Bite Me If You Can 7. The Accidental Vampire 8. Vampires Are Forever 9. Vampire, Interrupted (Rogue Hunter Triology) 10. The Rogue Hunter 11. The Immortal Hunter 12. The Renegade Hunter (coming soon) Luckily, this is one of those series where it doesn't really matter what order you read them in. I started with Single White Vampire, probably the most light-hearted and silly one of the bunch and a great place to start, and I also loved Bite Me If You Can and Vampire, Interrupted (very fitting title for that storyline). The only one I haven't read yet is Love Bites, though I do have it. The earlier books started off as more humorous than not but have lately taken a darker turn. This trilogy does follow one from the other, but again, Sands writes in such a way that it's not especially necessary to read them in order. It's nice if you do though :)

  16. 5 out of 5

    Lover of Romance

    After going hunting in search of a rogue vampire, who is also his cousin, Nicholas, one who has been on the run for over fifty years. Now they are following his very obvious trail, which leaves Decker worried. But then when they catch up to him, they join him in hunting down six dangerous vampires who have captured two innocent women, sisters. But after they take down five of them, one of them escapes with the youngest girl, and the one left behind with her rescuers are Decker and Justin. Nichol After going hunting in search of a rogue vampire, who is also his cousin, Nicholas, one who has been on the run for over fifty years. Now they are following his very obvious trail, which leaves Decker worried. But then when they catch up to him, they join him in hunting down six dangerous vampires who have captured two innocent women, sisters. But after they take down five of them, one of them escapes with the youngest girl, and the one left behind with her rescuers are Decker and Justin. Nicholas is out of their range once more. But their attention is focused on Dani who is desperate to find her sister, and she turns out to be Decker's lifemate. Decker is stunned at first, and finds this revelation to be unexpected, but he knows he has to earn her trust, however he keeps lying to her, which prevents her from trusting him and intent on finding her sister. However even though Dani is determined to find her sister, who is only fifteen, there is a chemistry between her and Decker, and even though she doesn't trust him, she is drawn to him and finds herself falling hard and fast for him....The Immortal Hunter is part of two series written by Lynsay Sands....its the eleventh installment in the Argeneau series, and the second in the rogue hunter series. The Immortal Hunter takes the reader on a thrilling ride of suspense, adventure and romance. There is such a intensity about this story, where two people find each other, when if certain events hadn't ever occured they might have never have found one another, acts although done is violence, brought about a silver lining. There was also such a witty rapore between the characters in this book, and it was great to see characters from other books involved in this story as well such as Lucian (who is my personal favorite) and Samantha (whom anyone that has read her story just adores her) so it was lovely to see it all come together in this story, and looking forward to reading the next one in the series: Nicholas' story...I can hardly wait....this series so far has been such a delightful dessert to read!! "You do, just by being here. I can't imagine facing all this alone" She slipped her hand into his, squeezing it. "I guess that's what love is, sharing the good and the bad, the happy and the sad" ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ "The few and the proud are the U.S. Marines," Justin, informed her, seeming rather amused "We CSIS men..."he paused to cast a taunting glance toward Decker and then continued "We CSIS guys are the Cute, Strong, Intelligent, and Sexy" In the looks department the man fit the James Bond image of a spy, she thought. It was just a shame that he was missing the "intelligent" from the Cute, Strong, Intelligent, and Sexy quota.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kas

    This book was a funny installment in the Argeneau series for me. I'm finding some books in this series are really good and some are really bad. This one was the first that was both. The Immortal Hunter features Decker Argeneau, who is Martine, Jean-Claude's sister's son. Decker is a rogue hunter for the Council. His current job is to find out who the rogue is that is biting people in a small town in Ontario. The book picks up directly from the last book in that Decker and Justin are on a hunt aft This book was a funny installment in the Argeneau series for me. I'm finding some books in this series are really good and some are really bad. This one was the first that was both. The Immortal Hunter features Decker Argeneau, who is Martine, Jean-Claude's sister's son. Decker is a rogue hunter for the Council. His current job is to find out who the rogue is that is biting people in a small town in Ontario. The book picks up directly from the last book in that Decker and Justin are on a hunt after Nicholas Argeneau, and are led to a group of rogues having captured two women - Dani and her sister Stephanie. After rescuing Dani, Decker finds out that she's his lifemate, but neither can really focus on this because Stephanie has not been rescued. The rest of the story is about how Decker and Dani's relationship progresses as well as how they go about finding out what's happened to Stephanie. This book was so up and down. Some parts of it were really exciting, especially the beginning. I found it quite fast paced and thought I was in for another good Argeneau installment. Then midway through the book I was proven wrong, as it got so slow that I was going days at a time with only reading a chapter. This barely ever happens to me. Then the last chapter in the book picked up again and left some great cliffhangers for the next installment. Anyway, I don't know if I'd recommend this one, but if you're reading the whole series I think it's needed to understand the next book.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Cindy

    Having various characters do occasionally stupid things just to move the plot forward doesn't do it for me. It also has somewhat of a cliffhanger ending, no doubt to ensure that the reader will buy the next book. I will buy it because yes, I want to know how the story arc works out and because I know how great Lynsay Sands vampire books usually are, but not because of this one. Argeneau Family 1. A Quick Bite (2005) 2. Love Bites (2004) 3. Single White Vampire (2003) 4. Tall Dark and Hungry (2004) 5. Having various characters do occasionally stupid things just to move the plot forward doesn't do it for me. It also has somewhat of a cliffhanger ending, no doubt to ensure that the reader will buy the next book. I will buy it because yes, I want to know how the story arc works out and because I know how great Lynsay Sands vampire books usually are, but not because of this one. Argeneau Family 1. A Quick Bite (2005) 2. Love Bites (2004) 3. Single White Vampire (2003) 4. Tall Dark and Hungry (2004) 5. A Bite to Remember (2006) 6. Bite Me If You Can (2007) 7. The Accidental Vampire (2008) 8. Vampires Are Forever (2008) 9. Vampire, Interrupted (2008) 10. The Rogue Hunter (2008) 11. The Immortal Hunter (2009) 12. The Renegade Hunter (2009)

  19. 5 out of 5

    Ivy Deluca

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. It was my least favorite book of the series. I understand that the series has its formula, which can have its enjoyable moments, but by this point, every story is starting to blend together. In this story, Decker and Dani, the hero and heroine, spent entirely too much time being alternately frustrating and annoying. Dani and her sister are kidnapped by an insane rogue vampire, and Dani is saved while they spend the rest of the book trying to get her sister back. That they were boinking all over It was my least favorite book of the series. I understand that the series has its formula, which can have its enjoyable moments, but by this point, every story is starting to blend together. In this story, Decker and Dani, the hero and heroine, spent entirely too much time being alternately frustrating and annoying. Dani and her sister are kidnapped by an insane rogue vampire, and Dani is saved while they spend the rest of the book trying to get her sister back. That they were boinking all over creation while her sister was missing just turned me off and frankly, it was difficult to finish. Even if you like this series, this is one to skip.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Samantha (Book Lover's Cozy Cafe)

    I am just in love with the Argeneau Series, there isn't a book in this series that I just don't love. I think it's the humor, along with the passion that gets me. These books always give me a good laugh or two. This one though was different, it wasn't as funny as the others but it still made me smile a lot. And there's a difference with this book as to the other's... but you will have to read it to find out cause I'm not going to tell you and ruin the fun of finding out. Just take my word when I I am just in love with the Argeneau Series, there isn't a book in this series that I just don't love. I think it's the humor, along with the passion that gets me. These books always give me a good laugh or two. This one though was different, it wasn't as funny as the others but it still made me smile a lot. And there's a difference with this book as to the other's... but you will have to read it to find out cause I'm not going to tell you and ruin the fun of finding out. Just take my word when I say its one you want to sink your teeth in, pun definitely intended.

  21. 4 out of 5

    QiJia 치쟈

    I like Decker and Dani 's story better than the previous one But not by much. Still a cute read though I don't see much gripping moments *Now they say MH370 is hijacked … * ** OMG the 'bomohs ' with coconuts and ratan basket and umbrella in penguin suit no less! I know it's not right to laugh at people's belief But honestly those four are obviously attention seekers* ***Feeling so embarrassed for being a Malaysian *** I like Decker and Dani 's story better than the previous one But not by much. Still a cute read though I don't see much gripping moments *Now they say MH370 is hijacked … * ** OMG the 'bomohs ' with coconuts and ratan basket and umbrella in penguin suit no less! I know it's not right to laugh at people's belief But honestly those four are obviously attention seekers* ***Feeling so embarrassed for being a Malaysian ***

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jessica `~Blahyze~`

    A great second book, a continuation from the first book The Rogue Hunter, which I thoroughly enjoyed. The great thing is that it doesn't have to be read in order to understand the plot, love this series. A great second book, a continuation from the first book The Rogue Hunter, which I thoroughly enjoyed. The great thing is that it doesn't have to be read in order to understand the plot, love this series.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Tilequa

    this one took me the longest to read but it was really good to not the best but good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i still dig decker who is sexy and i love how she was not turned vampire by him whick add to the goodness of the story!!!!!!!!1

  24. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    I truly enjoyed this book. I love Lynsay Sands books. She can draw u right into the story and the characters. Two characters that were made for each other and love each other with all of their hearts can enjoy a long and happy life together as a couple for eternity.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Heila

    Dani and her sister are captured by rogues, Dani is saved by Decker and the other rogue hunters, but she has to stick around for them to find the rogues who had escaped with her sister. Rogues are vampires who break the laws of the Council (no feeding on humans, no killing humans, don’t let the humans know vampires exist, etc.). Rogue hunters hunt rogues. Decker Argeneau is a rogue hunter. The Argeneaus are vampires due to science – nanos were introduced into their bloodstreams in Atlantis, repair Dani and her sister are captured by rogues, Dani is saved by Decker and the other rogue hunters, but she has to stick around for them to find the rogues who had escaped with her sister. Rogues are vampires who break the laws of the Council (no feeding on humans, no killing humans, don’t let the humans know vampires exist, etc.). Rogue hunters hunt rogues. Decker Argeneau is a rogue hunter. The Argeneaus are vampires due to science – nanos were introduced into their bloodstreams in Atlantis, repairing the body from all illness, but the nanos need blood to function. So after the fall of Atlantis, they developed fangs, super speed, night vision, etc. to survive. The only way for them to die is by decapitation (or starvation). The sun just makes them extra hungry (uhm, thirsty). Decker tries to have a vacation, instead he has to help take down a nest of rogues. In the process he meets Dani: his life mate. He will do anything to keep her, and her sister, safe. The story is LOL funny, with lots of romance and steamy moments. It has a happy-every-after – the nanos matches everyone with their perfect life-mate – and there’s lots of potential for more stories about the Argeneaus. A light, enjoyable read. It has the perfect balance of lust/love, action/mystery and humour. I’ve read other books in the series and it gets better and better.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Elaine Kirby

    Decker Meets His Mate!, June 12, 2017 For some reason Amazon is mixing up my reviews of this series; because I distinctly remember posting the correct review for this book. However, I'm going to do it again (post a review about this book). Decker Pimms Argeneau is a Enforcer for the Council & while trying to track down a Enforcer who went rogue he comes across his mate. She along with her sister was kidnapped by some rogue vampires. Dr. Danielle "Dani" McGill & her sister Stephanie were coming home Decker Meets His Mate!, June 12, 2017 For some reason Amazon is mixing up my reviews of this series; because I distinctly remember posting the correct review for this book. However, I'm going to do it again (post a review about this book). Decker Pimms Argeneau is a Enforcer for the Council & while trying to track down a Enforcer who went rogue he comes across his mate. She along with her sister was kidnapped by some rogue vampires. Dr. Danielle "Dani" McGill & her sister Stephanie were coming home from a family get together & stopped to get some snacks for the road when they were kidnapped by rogue vampires & taken to a clearing in a forest. Decker & Bricker found & followed the rogue Enforcer who brought them to the clearing where Dani & her sister were taken to & while fighting the rogue vampires Decker saved Dani's life but Stephanie was taken by a rogue vampire that got away. Decker found out right away that he couldn't read or control Dani. This is the beginning of their story. Their story is mostly filled with trying to get her sister Stephanie away from the rogue vampires that still have her, some romance & some fight scenes. I thought that this was a very good book & I can't wait to read the other books in this series.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kim

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Decker & Dani After Sam meats with Lucian, the gang find out that Grant only confirms visiting only a few other neighboring counties, but not all that the Enforcers were researching. He claims that he does have friends, his friend Nicholas ... an Argeneau who happens to be another rogue hunter who has evaded capture for the last 50 years. Decker begins to hunt him only to find that Nicholas has been hunting a nest of no-fangers who just kidnaped two sisters Danielle (Dani, a doctor) and Stephanie Decker & Dani After Sam meats with Lucian, the gang find out that Grant only confirms visiting only a few other neighboring counties, but not all that the Enforcers were researching. He claims that he does have friends, his friend Nicholas ... an Argeneau who happens to be another rogue hunter who has evaded capture for the last 50 years. Decker begins to hunt him only to find that Nicholas has been hunting a nest of no-fangers who just kidnaped two sisters Danielle (Dani, a doctor) and Stephanie (teenager). Edentates are immortals without fangs but one of out of three, will end up insane and become no-fangers and go rogue. Nicholas (another rogue vampire who has escaped capture for 50 yearts, Decker and Bricker save Dani but one of the rogues runs off with Stephanie. They learned that Learning that Leonids Livius the 2nd is creating a small army of his sons and ends up turning Dani and Stephanie into Edentates. Lucian shoots him but Leonids Livius escapes with the help of a female immortal that Dani cannot remember having been wiped.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Eliana Martin

    I'm sad to say this was not one of my favorites. The plot wasn't bad, it just dragged on way too much and way too slow. It had baffling moments with the enforcers just being plain dumb, I don't understand why at the end Lucian of all people, didn't just kill Leonious instead of just leaving him in the hallway unattended, that just baffled me, since Leonious's son's had already been judged and eliminated; why leave him alive? Then a tall blond lady appears out of nowhere, picks up Leonious to tak I'm sad to say this was not one of my favorites. The plot wasn't bad, it just dragged on way too much and way too slow. It had baffling moments with the enforcers just being plain dumb, I don't understand why at the end Lucian of all people, didn't just kill Leonious instead of just leaving him in the hallway unattended, that just baffled me, since Leonious's son's had already been judged and eliminated; why leave him alive? Then a tall blond lady appears out of nowhere, picks up Leonious to take him away and controls Dani so she can't warn the others, then erases Dani's mind who just happens to be the only one witnessing this. Really? This book has many moments like this one, making the enforcers look like incompetent idiots. But I pushed on to finish it, it left me with a bitter taste how this story was told. Shame, because I liked the characters, but it seems there was pressure to write the book and it didn't flow naturally, I normally love this series and the books in it. Doesn't mean I won't read her other books, just a bump in the road, everyone has them.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Shyla

    Decker and Dani Decker just wanted to have a vacation but he was not allowed even a short night of relaxation. Two women had been taken from the local shopping center and needed to be rescued. Dani and her sister, Stephanie were going back home from their family reunion when they were kidnapped by mean men. Dani realized the men were going to kill them but before they even got started, Dani was rescued. However; Stephanie was not rescued, one of the men took her, Decker and Dani has to rescue her Decker and Dani Decker just wanted to have a vacation but he was not allowed even a short night of relaxation. Two women had been taken from the local shopping center and needed to be rescued. Dani and her sister, Stephanie were going back home from their family reunion when they were kidnapped by mean men. Dani realized the men were going to kill them but before they even got started, Dani was rescued. However; Stephanie was not rescued, one of the men took her, Decker and Dani has to rescue her before its to late! Unfortunately it is too late and everything changes for the both of them. Dani gets Decker as a Lifemate and Stephanie becomes a teenage Immortal. Recommend this book 📖 for the pleasure of reading and enjoyment!!!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Sue Gosland

    Decker is a hunter, former partner of Garrett Mortimer. Since Mortimer has found his Life Mate, Decker is left to work with Justin Bricker, a much younger Immortal. When they get a line on Nicholas Argeneau, his cousin and a rogue Vampire, they go looking for him, only to find two sisters being held by a rogue nest. When they rescue them, Decker recognises his Life Mate by his inability to read or control her. Dr. Danielle McGill only knows they have rescued her, but not her little sister Stepha Decker is a hunter, former partner of Garrett Mortimer. Since Mortimer has found his Life Mate, Decker is left to work with Justin Bricker, a much younger Immortal. When they get a line on Nicholas Argeneau, his cousin and a rogue Vampire, they go looking for him, only to find two sisters being held by a rogue nest. When they rescue them, Decker recognises his Life Mate by his inability to read or control her. Dr. Danielle McGill only knows they have rescued her, but not her little sister Stephanie and she is mad. She's also extremely confused. What is going on? Who is this handsome man who seems to drive her crazy? And where is her sister? This one continues on the Rogue Hunter, and is just as much fun!!

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