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Lynsay Sands gives us another wonderful story about the vampires she created. And as always, her sense of humor shines through as she manages to match another one with a lifemate. I enjoy Lynsay’s books because of the unique storyline behind her vampires. These are not undead monsters; rather, they come from a superior civilization that disappeared when Atlantis sank. The vampirism is caused by something they call nanos – microscopic particles invented thousands of years ago to help a person’s body heal on its own. The nanos were injected into the bloodstream, using the blood for fuel to perform their task. But we all know that sunlight damages the skin, right? Right. So the nanos’ job was never done, they were constantly repairing damage. This took a great deal of blood, and eventually, the survivors of Atlantis developed fangs so they would be able to survive on their own. The idiosyncrasies of the individual vampires provide hilarity as they journey to find their true love, their lifemate. In this particular book, Cale’s journey is detailed and we follow him from being a stuffy old stick-in-the-mud to rediscovering life with Alexandra. He’s comical as he resists any attempt to be paired up, and his well-meaning friends only serve to get him in over his head by volunteering his services as a chef….knowing full well he hasn’t touched or eaten food in thousands of years. Another light, fun-to-read book, as usual.