Vampires Like It Hot (Argeneau, #28) by Lynsay Sands

Vampires Like It Hot (Argeneau, #28)

11 Hours and 4 MinutesNew York Times bestselling author Lynsay Sands brings the heat in this new Argeneau novel, as one woman is rescued by an irresistible immortal … “Vampires...”When Raffaele Notte pulls a barely dressed, disoriented woman from the ocean, the last thing he expects is for her to utter that word. The immortal has come to the island resort to help his cousin, but now, it seems, there are rogue vampires dining on unsuspect...

Details Vampires Like It Hot (Argeneau, #28)

TitleVampires Like It Hot (Argeneau, #28)
Release DateSep 18th, 2018
GenreFantasy, Paranormal, Romance, Paranormal Romance, Vampires

Reviews Vampires Like It Hot (Argeneau, #28)

  • Beth
    This is the 28th book in the Argeneau series and Sands is still writing strong original plots that keeps the reader captivated by her storytelling.Jess is trapped into attending a family destination wedding, only to find that she and her (not favorite) cousin have somehow been convinced to take a tourist trap of a pirate ship filled with blood sucking vampires. Jumping overboard, Jess decides to swim for it only to be rescued by an amazingly sexy...
  • Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews
    And, Lynsay Sands does it again. I seriously cannot believe that she can write the 28th book in this series and still keep the stories fresh and exciting and this one has a serious twist to it that totally had me scratching my head.Jess would never have believed vampires existed until she saw it with her own eyes. Now, the Captain of the Pirate Ship is saying she is his Life Mate??? Whatever that is. She just knows that she has to get off of this...
  • Heather
    I hate to say it, but this is probably my second LEAST favorite in the series. (Considering that there are 28 books, not liking two isn't to shabby a ratio.) I love the Argeneau family (and all their relatives), but this one was just too... meh for me. The main non-Notte/Argeneau character wasn't particularly likable (in my opinion). And I get why Vasco was so annoying, but ugh. Still, despite how I feel about this one, I know I'll get the next b...
  • Douglas Meeks
    The Argeneau series was one of the first series that introduced me to urban fantasy/vampire romance and on top of everything it was hilarious in places, sadly the series has never returned to that level of entertainment but it is still entertaining since I hardly sat the book down in spite of the weakness of the heroine and the eye rolling Captain.This whole seems to revolve around a plot for vampires to feed off of humans, there is a reason for ...
  • Annika
    Reading any book in Argeneau series is like dining at a chain restaurant. It is not going to be a gourmet meal but you did not go in looking for one. If you did, that is strictly your problem and you should seriously work on your education/perception of the world.There is comfort and ease to the favorite fast food meal. Most likely it's not particularly nutritious but it's what you needed that moment and it fills your belly for time being and you...
  • Nelle
    #28 and I'm still reading this series! Formularic they may be but, damn they are almost always so good!! Interesting characters, funny plots and cool hijink abound. This one has a twist I didn't care to see at first, but Sands opened it up to even more Immortals I'd love to have find their true lifemates. We are headed to the South American region soon and I cant wait to see who kicks butt and takes names there.
  • Deborah
    Ok, I normally do not grab vampire books and I definitely would not step into a book series at number twenty-eight.... But the blurb grabbed me and I clicked to get it. I was very happy and surprised by how much I enjoyed this book!Jess is trapped in a family destination wedding with her dreaded cousin. After taking a seaquarium trip, her cousin was talked into taking an additional trip to witness shark feeding. The captain has a certain swagger ...
  • Jenn
    I received an ARC of this title from Edelweiss for an honest review.I'm not sure why I keep reading this series. I've found the past..probably 5 to be ridiculous beyond belief. But still I read. This one is better. It wasn't quite as ridiculous, though I did question the female MC's decisions quite a few times.
  • Elley Murray
    I spent the first 3/4s of this book repeatedly checking if I'd somehow mistakenly picked up a previous book in the series that I'd already read, because everything felt so familiar to me. I kept going "I KNOW I've read this before!" However, I've only read one other book in the Argeneau series, and as this book only released about a month before I read it I'm positive I hadn't actually read this book before and forgotten about it in the span of a...
  • Sissy's Romance Book Review
    Vampires Like It Hot by Lynsay Sands is book 28 in the Argeneau series. This is the story of Raffaele Notte and Jessica 'Jess' Stewart. This can easily be a standalone book for sure. Jess is on the Island for a family's designated wedding. There on the island she gets stuck with a unruly spoiled cousin who ends up getting them on a vampire pirate ship. Raffaele is helping family when they find that there are some immortals using the local humans ...
  • Michele
    See the full review at HarlequinJunkie.comSweet and sultry, funny and touching, Vampires Like It Hot brought the action level down a notch from previous books, and in a nice change of pace, piled on the emotions instead.I always have a good time reading Lynsay Sands’ work. But there’s something about the crazy-hot immortals she writes about in this series that never ceases to entertain. This particular book was somewhat different than the las...
  • Katie
    I just really couldn’t take all the stupid names for body parts and sexual acts. Too much dumb.
  • Archer
    Another great addition to the story so far. Hope Vasco find's his HEA.
  • Megzy
    First time someone had two possible lifemate.
  • Amanda
    Not the bestI love this series but ... this one was meh. It was a fast read and suppose to be humorous and does introduce more characters to write about
  • Jessica
    I still love this series. But the book could have been much more.
  • Sarah Shannon
    I received this as an arc and OMG i LOVED it! Even though this is book 28 it doesn't feel like torture and that the author is dragging it out just for the sake of money, this book is legit awesome like all the others. The witty one liners in this book are amazing and had me laughing the entire time I read it- especially the nickname that Jess makes up for "hot naked Raff". Raff saved Jess from Vasco and Cristo and repeatedly made sure everything ...
  • Rebecca
    what can I say another hot immortal story by the queen of hot vamp romance!I liked this one! More I think than one of the last few. I mean I love all her books, it's the series.that got me reading vamp romance. This one seems a bit longer and more involved than some of them were and I loved the pirates! So funny! I hope we can hear more about Vasco in a future story and his corrupt father too! He needs to take him down! Anyways if you haven't rea...
  • Heather andrews
    Raffaele is such a caring man, “ of course she’s not all right. Look at her, she’s white as a sheet,” Raffaele growled, and then offered Jess a pained smile and suggested, “Try to take slow and steady breaths, my love. Deep breaths, give your brain a chance to process.” I don't think Raffaele knows how to handle his woman's actions at times, "Raffaele opened his mouth, closed it, and then groaned and leaned his forehead on hers. “Yo...
  • Dawn ♥ romance
    Another good book in the Argeneau series. The plot continues with the immortal theme and adds a new twist to the rogues which I particularly liked. Saying more would be a spoiler so I'll just leave it at I enjoyed this paranormal romance. Immortal Raffaele rescues Jess from the ocean when she was fleeing from vampires she saw.
  • Eskimo Princess Jenkins
    I loved it, but that is not surprising. I love all the books in this series. I honestly hope it never ends!!This time though, there really was quite a twist to things.Jess is a possible life mate to TWO immortals! Wow. I have to say Jess was brave and very trusting. And her thoughts were crazy.there is some humor.We don't see quite as much detail on certain areas that we usually do in some of the other books, but it did not disappoint at all.*I'm...
  • Sabra
    The formula didn't work quite as well this time.
    3.5 starsA long time ago, in a galaxy far far away, this series was actually funny. Now it seems to rely on making a character out and out stewpid for laughs. I skimmed over it when I first got it, and have spent the last day or so (while reading it) mentally ranting.So let's see...our heroine (spineless professional student who can't seem to tell people NO up until near the end) is in Punta Cana for a "destination wedding" (code speak for bridez...
    2018-09-24 Like It HotArgeneau #28By Lynsay Sands ISBN13: 9780062855138Author’s website: www(.)lynsaysands(.)netBrought to you by OBS reviewer Omar Sypnosis:New York Times bestselling author Lynsay Sands brings the heat in this new Argeneau novel, as one woman is rescued by an irresistible immortal …“Vampires…”When Raffaele Notte pulls a barely dressed, disoriented woman from the ocean, the last thi...
  • Stephanie
    VAMPIRES LIKE IT HOT: Yo-Ho, Yo-Ho A Vam-pirates Life for Me voluntarily reviewed an advance readers copy of this book. No remuneration was exchanged and all opinions presented herein are my own except as noted.I have felt this series should be winding up: the plots were becoming more and more predictable. But, Lynsay seems to have pulled some interesting twists out of thin air, or since the story happens ...
  • Malinda
    3.5-4 starsThis was a pretty good story. I did like it but I'm not much on love triangles so that dampened my enjoyment a bit.Jess is a bartender and counselor while she goes to school. Jess lost her family early and went into the Foster care system. She experienced some bad crap but did eventually get adopted by a couple that loved her and gave her a good home and extended family. Raffaele is an Architect as well as being in a band and is over 2...
  • Book Binge
    Jess is at an island resort for her cousin’s destination wedding when the bride’s sister drags her on to a pirate ship. Supposedly they were going to go feed sharks. She’s not thrilled to be there and the people on the boat seem to be acting really weird. When she walks in on what looks like a vampire feeding on a man’s private parts she’s horrified. She’s then corralled into the captain’s quarters and pretty much told that the capt...
  • LaBlue
    Hmmm...Let me start with I LOVE this series and I gave it five stars because my happiness in reading every installment is very high. I eagerly await every single book and I preorder them no matter how far in advance they are pre-sold. I will not stop buying this storyline! I am still very dedicated to it. Having said that, I was a bit annoyed with this book. I’m going to tell you why. In all of the twenty some odd stories to date there has NEVE...
  • Amy A
    Originally posted at Vampire Book ClubWhen one needs to get away, an all-inclusive resort in Punta Cana seems like the way to go. For Raffaele Notte and his cousins, Zanipolo and Santo, their relaxing vacation has just taken a turn for the strange when they pull an unconscious and nearly naked woman from the ocean.When the woman, Jess, comes to she’s faced with the earth-shattering realization that vampires are real, and she just witnessed a bu...