Her modern Casanova was not quite as modern as she thought…
A typical bachelor party is all about beers and beautiful women. A vampire bachelor party is no different—except the men are drinking Blissky (whiskey-flavored synthetic blood). And no one can throw a party quite like Jack. When you’re the illegitimate son of the legendary Casanova, you know how to have a good time. But when the party gets out of hand and the cops show up, Jack has some explaining to do…if only he wasn’t struck speechless by the beauty of Officer Lara Boucher.
Lara is sure there’s something more than a bachelor party going on. What is Jack hiding? How come no one at the hotel remembers him the next day? Why does he warn her to leave him alone when he’s obviously attracted to her? As a woman, she finds this modern day Casanova hard to resist. As a police officer, she’s determined to uncover his secrets…if she can only get the job done before he seduces her.
REVIEW: This series is one that I love completely. There isn’t a single book in this series that has let me down at all. There is such humor and witty/sarcastic banter between all the characters that you have to keep reading.
Jack is not a new character to this series, he has popped up in the other books, however we have never really gotten to know him, that is until now. From the first page of the book you know that he is a great guy. He had wanted to send his friend Ian off in style with a great bachelor’s party, that had gotten a little out of hand. He knows he is in trouble when he sees the police officer that has been called in because they had gotten a little rowdy.
He knows he is in real trouble when he can’t control her mind. However he never realized just how much until she tracks him down at Ian’s wedding. From that moment on all decisions he makes has to do with Lara.
Lara knows she isn’t crazy, however she can’t find anything about the call that she went on where she met Jack, there are no records of the room ever being rented out. The one thing that she does know is that there is going to be a wedding the next day, so she crashes every wedding that she can find in the hopes of tracking down Jack and discovering the truth about him.
What I loved about this book is that they had both overcome huge obstacles in their pasts, Jack having to live down his father reputation, and Lara having to justify her good fortune at surviving a car accident that should have killed her.
One of my absolute favorite parts of the book is when Jack takes Lara to Italy and shows her his home. It is so romantic and beautiful.
When their work takes them into the same case, but from different perspectives, Jack tracking the malcontents and Lara looking for a missing college girl, they both have to put aside their differences and fears.
In my humble opinion this is one of the best vampire series out there. If you haven’t yet checked out this series than I suggest that you do.
I give this book a 4.75 out of 5.