A Quick Bite

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Harper Collins, Oct 25, 2005 - Fiction - 384 pages
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That hot guy tied to Lissianna Argeneau's bed? He's not dessert—he's the main course!

Lissianna has been spending her centuries pining for Mr. Right, not just a quick snack, and this sexy guy she finds in her bed looks like he might be a candidate. But there's another, more pressing issue: her tendency to faint at the sight of blood . . . an especially annoying quirk for a vampire. Of course it doesn't hurt that this man has a delicious-looking neck. What kind of cold-blooded vampire woman could resist a bite of that?

Dr. Gregory Hewitt recovers from the shock of waking up in a stranger's bedroom pretty quickly—once he sees a gorgeous woman about to treat him to a wild night of passion. But is it possible for the good doctor to find true love with a vampire vixen, or will he be just a good meal? That's a question Dr. Greg might be willing to sink his teeth into . . . if he can just get Lissianna to bite.


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User Review  - EmScape - LibraryThing

About halfway through this book I was completely irritated with the "heroine" for having no common sense and being excessively pushy with a shy and probably psychologically damaged hero. I kind of got ... Read full review

It wasn't terrible, but it wasn't wonderful either

User Review  - Ashwolf20 - Borders

Not a bad tale. Starts out interesting, slows near the middle, and then picks pack up for the ending. The plots not terrible, but if you're paying attention, you can figure out who the villian will be right off the bat. Read full review


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Page 331 - The first smack vibrated, from the tips of her toes, to the top of her head. She gritted her teeth and held the rails as tightly as she could.
Page 47 - Silence had barely begun to close around his last word when there was a tap on the door. It opened, and a young woman poked her head in and peered about. She was another brunette, her face heart-shaped and pretty. She glanced at him curiously, then turned her attention to the mother. "Uncle Lucian is here, Aunt Marguerite.
Page 31 - ... wasn't some sort of citywide madness occurring. Perhaps men all around Toronto were climbing into trunks and letting themselves be tied to beds. Perhaps it was some sort of drug released into the city's water reservoir; a terrorist plot to incapacitate the men in Canada. On the other hand...
Page 31 - On the other hand, perhaps this was all just a weird dream, and he was really still at his desk at work, head down and sound asleep. Greg decided that was the most likely possibility. It provided a most satisfactory explanation of his own inexplicable behavior in getting himself here.
Page 29 - ... women gyrating on a dance floor. And it was already paid for. Now ... if after his trip this woman wanted to go on a date in the normal way, then tie him to a bed and have her way with him . . . Well, Greg liked to consider himself an obliging sort. Besides, in this case, he thought being...

About the author (2005)

Lynsay Sands is the nationally bestselling author of the Argeneau/Rogue Hunter vampire series, as well as numerous historical novels and anthologies. She’s been writing stories since grade school and considers herself incredibly lucky to be able to make a career out of it. Her hope is that readers can get away from their everyday stress through her stories, and if there are occasional uncontrollable fits of laughter, that’s just a big bonus.

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