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Audiobook Oct 6, Order audiobook at Lyneay. Once bitten, twice shy – and sexy PI Jackie Morrisey wasn’t going there again. Vincent Argeneau may be the hottest guy she’s ever met, living or dead, but she’s here to stop a killer from turning this vampire into dust, not to lyynsay into bed with him. Never kiss a vampire. While Vincent was a very light character when he made his appearance in Tall, Dark and Hungryhe turned out to have a less light side when I started writing his story.

This upset me at first, but what can you do? Readers were asking for his story and it was his story I was writing, which meant I had to write him the way he was.

Even though it lysnay darker moments then some of the others, I still think it turned out all right. I like Vincent lyhsay was happy to see him settled. Vincent Argeneau forced one eyelid upward and peered around the dark room.

His home office, he saw, managing to make out the shape of his desk by the sliver of light coming remwmber the door cracked open to the hallway. He’d fallen asleep on the couch in his office. Giving his head a shake, Vincent got to his feet and stumbled across the room. Vincent grunted and leaned back in the chair, running his free hand over his face. I guess that makes it about two there in L.

No wonder he was exhausted. Were you able to get a remembeg of that private detective company you said was so good? In fact, their plane was scheduled to land at LAX fifteen minutes ago. I explained the situation to her and she booked a flight right away. He began to grin. The news was rather shocking. Usually, he visited her in Canada. She thinks your being here in New York and witnessing Terri and I getting together — as well as seeing my siblings with their life mates — may have upset you, your still being single and all.

Remejber seems to think you may need cheering up or maybe some help seeing to the situation.

Vincent gave a bark of laughter. Interfere was an understatement.

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She was very protective of those she loved and he was fortunate enough to count himself in that category. Vincent grimaced, thinking nothing was ever that easy. I figured that was enough time to get ready. Frowning, he stood and headed out of the office, taking the cordless phone with him.


Lynsya had set his scientists to work sannds finding a cure for his problem years ago. The woman was blond, the man a brunette. She was extremely short and curvy, he was a great behemoth of a man who stood well over six feet.

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She was dressed in a black business suit with a crisp white blouse underneath, he wore casual cords and a sweater in pale cream. They were a study in contrasts. When he nodded, she stuck out her hand. I believe Bastien called you about us?

Vincent stared at her hand, but — rather than take it — pushed the door closed and lifted the phone back to his ear as he turned away. Have a little faith.

She has a bit of an attitude when it comes to our kind, but is the best in the business. Now, open the goddamned door for the woman. Vincent scowled at the phone and almost dialed him back, but then thought better of it and returned to the door. He needed help tracking down the saboteur out to ruin him. Morrisey and her giant a chance. If they sorted out the mess for him, fine.

She was exhausted after their long flight and this was the last welcome she’d expected after dropping everything to fly out here to help Vincent Argeneau. Jackie snorted at the understatement, then glanced at the big man curiously as he moved sideways on the wide marble stoop under the portico at the entrance of the two-story mansion. She raised an eyebrow in question as he peered through one of the narrow windows on either side of the entrance, but was then distracted by the low murmur of a voice coming from the other side of the dark oak door.

Frowning, Jackie leaned forward and pressed an ear to the wood, trying to make out what Vincent Argeneau was saying. Her eyes narrowed and she began to fume on hearing the protest that she was mortal and a girl. The door suddenly opened again and Jackie straightened abruptly. A blush tried to make its way up her face at being caught with her ear to the door and that just made her angrier.

It put her on the offensive. The two of you spent a good deal of time together growing up and are as close as brothers. Your mother died inburnt at the sandss while pregnant with what would have been your sibling. Your father has been reclusive since then, spending his time acting as an enforcer for the council.

You see very little of him. You have shares in Argeneau Enterprises, but also own V. It served him right. She was only here as a favor to Bastien. No, he slams the door in her face, then has the nerve to protest to Bastien about her being mortal and a girl. Jackie was used to people judging her on her sex and size. It annoyed her sometimes, but she could deal with it.


She was human and proud of bitee. Some of these night feeders were too darned smug in her opinion. We drove straight in. He moved back to lock it now and she smiled to herself as she pushed through the door into the kitchen. Tiny waited just inside the room as Jackie walked around, opening and closing cupboards while she waited for Vincent to catch up.

She was peering into his empty refrigerator when he hurried into the room. Do you, at least, have a functioning security system on those? Closing the refrigerator door, she glanced at her assistant. Just write Everything sajds it.

Leaving him to absorb the changes that were about to overtake his life, Jackie headed for the kitchen door. I presume I can use the phone in your office? We have to secure this place quickly so we can concentrate on tracking down his saboteur.

The giant rarely let her get away with lying to herself. And he doubted I can handle the job, and my pride was hurt, and I made sure he rethought that opinion. Jackie suspected she was going to need it many, many times before this job was through.

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Sighing, she dropped into the desk chair and stared at the phone. He still had that phone. Shaking her head, she stood again and started around the desk, pausing when Vincent Argeneau suddenly appeared, the cordless held up in his hand. After a hesitation, Jackie continued forward and reached for the phone, but he held onto it when she would have taken it.

Jackie hesitated, then felt her shoulders relax and nodded slowly. Then perhaps we can start again. You must be the amazing Jackie Morrisey that my cousin Bastien has sent to save my bacon.

Welcome to my home. Jackie automatically placed her hand in his, then blinked at the little frisson of awareness the contact caused. Startled, she quickly pulled her hand free. It will run you a lot of money. With that out of the way, perhaps you can concentrate on my saboteur. Thank you for the wakeup call.

Jackie stiffened as she recognized her own words to Tiny moments ago, and suddenly recalled that Vincent’s kind had exceptional hearing. They could also read minds, she reminded herself grimly. His people could read minds, but — hopefully — only if you were thinking something. The man was standing there, his dark hair sleep-tousled and wearing nothing but a pair of dark blue pajama bottoms.

It left the wide, pale expanse of his chest on view. Or how handsome his chiseled face and silver-blue eyes were. Amazing, she thought with disbelief. Turning on his heel, Vincent Argeneau left the room.