Avon Books, ISBN# Olivia’s packing list: Sunscreen; Bathing suit; Flip-flops. FBI psychologist Olivia Sotiris is looking for a cool ocean breeze. Kerrelyn Sparks’s Love at Stake series continues with The Vampire and the Virgin—as a battle-weary immortal finds true love while on a well-deserved vacation. Read “The Vampire and the Virgin” by Kerrelyn Sparks with Rakuten Kobo. Olivia’s packing list: Sunscreen Bathing suit Flip-flops FBI psychologist Olivia Sotiris.

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He is recuperating after being tortured while held hostage by the warring vampiric clan, the evil Malcontents. Talk to hot guy for 20 minutes.

He heads for his friend’s villa in Patmos, a Greek isle. Full of mystery, action and good sex. She came across as too young, inexperienced, and complained of not trusting thf.

Robbie one of our Scottish Vampires finally comes face to face with his mate. They night they met, both feels a connection like no other. Item s unavailable for purchase.

The Vampire and the Virgin (Love at Stake, #8) by Kerrelyn Sparks

You’ve successfully reported this review. My only complaint isn’t really a fair one. They were more of a ‘in lust’ couple than an ‘in love’ couple. Smoke on the Water. Published March 9th by Avon first published February 20th Apr 17, Yodamom rated it liked it Shelves: She is a human lie detector which is cool. I cannot wait for my next read by Kerrelyn Sparks. Because of the lack of excitment? Robbie sent away to recuperate from vampirf ordeal goes to a greek island and meets Olivia and falls in lust Can Robby overcome his desire for revenge to be vampjre Olivia?


Truthfully, the cover I could give or take, but virign title was an eye catcher. It is refreshing to see a believable plot with a believable love story and awesome characters!

His condition shouldn’t hinder her love and finally she accepts him.

Book review: Kerrelyn Sparks’s *The Vampire and the Virgin (Love at Stake, Book 8)*

Lacharite on March 31, The French guy talks like Pepe LePew, the Italian guy talks like Mario, the black guy talks like the hood and “looks just like Denzel” I’m guessing this is the only attractive black man the author could think ofthe Russian guys have broken accents that make you think of evil movie villains, and the Scottish guys talk like Groundskeeper Willie from the Simpsons. Sparks did not disappoint with this story.

If it is voice mail, where would they appear? It seemed totally contrived. Then when he regularly writes her, she opens NONE of his letters over a week period, while investigating him? Your display name should be at least 2 characters long.

Ya gotta read it Also by Kerrelyn Sparks: Now if we could just get one about the elusive Connor. Kerrelyn loves hearing from readers, even those who howl at the moon. Wake a Sleeping Tiger.

See hot guy on beach. Good at her job, strong but delicate at the same time.

She did manage to tie up loose ends and the ongoing plot continued nicely. Mrs Sparks did a great job describing the Greek settings from the beginning of the book. As i said in my Its Monday post, sometimes us women are just as bad as men. And then maybe the killer? There are books where you hear all this hype and wonder if they really can live up it the hype, well I can tell you that The Vampire and the Virgin does.


No, what we got from Sparks here was a logical story given the premise, a strong woman who slays her demon, and a sweet man who conquers his. L is cool with it and the discovery their boss in hte shifter.

Aug 16, Fanny rated it liked it. It is not her job to analyze virign crime scene or do anything with dead people. Books by Kerrelyn Sparks.

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On the second night they are suppose to meet, she receives apples and packs her grandmother up and they qnd to Houston for the holidays. Click here to learn more about this month’s sponsor! Ten years before this book, that would have been OK as many still used answering machines though even then, 10 years back, people frequently used voice mail.