Under a Vampire Moon by Lynsay Sands
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Just a big misunderstanding!
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌎🌍
Character development: 😳🤬😏🤓
The heroine: Carolyn – she is in the process of divorcing her husband and is vacationing with her friend Bethany in St. Lucia when Bethany becomes ill. Left to her own devices, she has dinner with a honeymooning couple Marguerite and Julius.
The Hero(s): Christian – son to Marguerite, he is in a band and comes to St. Lucia at the request of his mother who told the resort director that their band could take the place of the scheduled band after they had to cancel out of their gig at the island resort.
The Story: Marguerite saw immediately that Carolyn was the life mate of Christian though Carolyn had low self esteem after her troubled marriage and sees herself as too old for Christian who looks 25 while Carolyn is over 40.
In order to alleviate her fears with regards to Christians age, his cousin Gia talks to Carolyn tells her Christian is gay and that the rest of his family didn’t know so it would help him out if Carolyn could hang out with him and pretend to be his girlfriend. Carolyn had been a beard before while in college to one of her good friends and since her friend Bethany was sick and she had no intention of having a fling of any sort, she thought hanging out with Christian might be fun.
Christian and Carolyn have fun together and start to get to know each other while hanging out. Carolyn starts having very sexy dreams about herself and Christian and acting like they are dating, which included kissing him was starting to wear on her considering the fact that she thought nothing could happen between them since he was gay.
The storyline was quite fun and I really enjoyed it. The book was told in dual POV, though there was only one narrator, Kirby Herborne. I haven’t heard him as a narrator but he was very good. I usually like dual narration, but I didn’t mind this guy. He had a good woman’s voice which didn’t sound too fake and a good male voice as well.
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