Ever since an accident turned her into a knockout vamp, Elvi Black’s been catching her z’s in a coffin, staying out of the sun, and giving up garlic. She kno. The Accidental Vampire is the seventh book in the Argeneau Vampire series by popular romance author Lynsay Sands. The Accidental Vampire is, like all the. Read “The Accidental Vampire An Argeneau Novel” by Lynsay Sands with Rakuten Kobo. Ever since an accident turned her into a knockout vamp, Elvi Black’s.
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Ever since an accident turned her into a knockout vamp, Elvi Black’s been catching her z’s in a coffin, staying out of the sun, and giving up garlic.
She knows there’s more to being undead than what she saw in Dracula, but she can’t very well ask her mortal friends about proper biting etiquette. But when her neighbours placed a personal acvidental for her in the local sccidental, she never imagined she’d meet Victor Argeneau, a vampire who could have his pick of any woman—dead or alive.
Rich, powerful, and drop—dead gorgeous, Victor’s the perfect man for a novice neck—biter like Elvi.
He’s willing to teach her everything he knows, but he’ll have to do it fast. Someone’s out to put a stake through her new vamp life, and only Victor can keep her safe—and satisfied—for all eternity. The Accidental Vampire is, like all the novels in this series, wccidental stand alone paranormal romance.
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Unless you want to – in which case the books are listed in reading order on the Lynsay Sands page! The Accidental Vampire is the story of Elvi, a woman from Port Henry, a small Canadian town, who was accidentally turned into a vampire after a road accident in Mexico. With the help of her quick thinking best friend Mabel and the rest of the residents of Port Henry Elvi has been coping with her undead existence for the last five years.
They place an advertisement for a male vampire in the Wanted Items section of the Toronto Star! Newspaper, little realising the consequences this will have when the Vampire Council vampure the advert.
The Council, unhappy at this flagrant flouting of their most important rule that immortals should never do anything to draw attention to themselves despatch Victor, their toughest enforcer, to find out if Elvi is a real vampire and stop her from doing anything else to expose herself as an immortal. Victor is an ancient and powerful immortal, but even he is shocked when he arrives at Port Henry to find that the whole town knows Elvi is a vampire.
And although Elvi is popular with the people of Port Henry, someone seems out to end her immortal existence. This is bad news for Victor. He has already lost one lifemate and as he finds himself attracted to Elvi, he has no intention of losing another.
Not to the Council, who may demand her head for breaking their rules, or to some deranged vampire slayer. The Argeneau vampires are not traditional vampires, they call themselves Immortals and the only traits that they share with vampires are longevity, strength, mind control abilities and a hunger for blood.
They are not undead; they can go out in the day, eat garlic, have children and enter churches. Their vampirism is not supernatural in origin. It is caused by advanced scientific nano technology, the nanos, fuelled by blood, repair all damage to their bodies — vampirw them the appearance of vampires.
The Accidental Vampire
Lynsay Sands writes with a light-hearted touch and there are plenty of opportunities for humour in The Accidental Vampire, as Elvi realises that she can eat cheesecake and sleep in a real bed not a coffin after five years of abstinence. In a departure from the normal young female protagonists of romantic fiction the author has given us mature women both Elvi vampiree Mabel are 62 years old finding eternal love, which adds an interesting twist.
The Lunsay Vampire will not appeal to every paranormal romance reader – there is no vampire angst, dark fantasy or horror here.
Full of cheerful romance and playful fun, The Accidental Vampire is a perfect antidote to the winter blues – and with back-to-back releases of new Argeneau Vampire novels in February and March there is plenty more to look forward to. Read the Magic Rises review.
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