Vampire in Paradise

Sandra Hill
Vampire in Paradise
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Publisher
Avon
Release Date
November 2015
ISBN
9780062210487
Series
Book 5 of Deadly Angels
Genre
Paranormal Romance, Vamps & Shifters Romance

SUMMARY
It's been centuries since the Norseman Sigurd Sigurdsson was turned into a Vangel—a Viking Vampire Angel—as punishment for his sin of envy, but he's still getting the hang of having fangs that get in the way when seducing women. Slaying demon vampires known as Lucipires and using his healing gifts as a cancer research doctor, Sigurd is sent to Florida's Grand Keys Island as a resident physician . . . where he encounters a sinfully beautiful woman.

The only hope Marisa Lopez has of curing her five-year-old daughter is a pricey experimental procedure. When she meets the good-looking doctor, Marisa is speechless. Then Sigurd tells her he believes he can help her daughter. Could this too-hot-to-resist Viking doctor be an angel of some sort sent to bring a miracle for her daughter? Or is he just a vampire bent on breaking Marisa's heart?

Book Review by debra taylor (reviewer)
Nov 24, 2014   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
87 people found the following review helpful
Sandra Hill does it again! VAMPIRE IN PARADISE is another great entry in her Deadly Angels series.

Sigurd is the fifth brother to find love in this series. His sin is envy. Yikes! He had the darkest storyline so far. While playing doctor at a porn convention, the naughty Vangel meets the lovely Marissa, who is desperate to save her sick child. They don't get on very well in the beginning despite the obvious connection. Then the danger rises as Sigurd realizes that Marissa has already been marked for sin. It seems that the Lucies have big plans and they've found just the right venue to promote some major trouble.

This one had a lot of things going for it. A strong plot with excellent writing. Good story flow. It was exciting so the story moved super fast. A series of miscommunication and a cast of smarmy characters provide plenty of classic Sandra Hill humour. Then it was more edgy than usual and kept me guessing how everything would turn out. It did take a few turns here and there.

I enjoyed it! I'm giving it four flying stars. Now I can't wait for Harek's book up next. That sneak peek at the end has me hooked already.
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