THE LADY IS A VAMP by Lynsay Sands
Paul watched his wife wither away and die after a bad wreck and he never thought he would have to go through something like that again. Until his daughter was diagnosed with cancer. Déjà vu smacks him upside the head when the doctors tell him that there is nothing they can do for Livy but keep her as comfortable as possible.
In a desperate attempt to save his precious baby girl, he decides to kidnap a vampire. His plan is to convince her to turn his daughter and save her from the brain tumor that is slowly ravaging her frail body.
Jeanne Louise is a brilliant scientist who works for Argeneau Enterprises. Her days consist of working long shifts and going home long enough to rest and get back to work. Trying to find a cure for relatives that can’t drink bagged blood has been the driving force that has kept her going.
She is thrown for a loop when she is snatched out of the parking garage one morning after she leaves work. And even more shocked when her kidnaper treats her with kindness. Soon she finds herself falling in love with not just Paul but Livy as well.
Then there is little Livy. She is just cute as a button and tries so hard to understand that she is sick and going to die. She talks about how she will get to see her mom when she goes to heaven. I instantly fell in love with this character. She is just precious.
The Lady is a Vamp is all about the sacrifices we are willing to make for the people we love. How far would you go for someone you loved? Would you be willing to go to just about any lengths to keep them safe or happy?
This story had me flipping the pages so fast I was shocked when I turned the last one. Lyndsay is a phenomenal writer and never disappoints. This was a fast paced and emotional story. At times, I laughed, wanted to cry, got angry and even worried that things wouldn’t turn out the way I hoped. Lyndsay never lets up and keeps you guessing to the very end. I really enjoyed this book and would recommend it to all the paranormal readers out there or anyone that likes a story that keeps you on your toes and brings the importance of family to the forefront.
Kudos to Lyndsay for her humor, wit, and creativity.
Reviewed by RCJR eZine reviewer: Tabitha Blake