The vampire’s longest held secret, the fact that the exist, has been released into the mortal world and now they need a liaison to meet with the heads of the US government to convince them that vampires are not a threat to the mortals and bottle fed Gregori Holstein is the perfect man for the job. Sexiest Vampire Alive by Kerrelyn Sparks begins with Gregori hating the term “bottle fed”, just because he was turned into a vampire after the invention of synthetic blood and has never had to feed off a mortal doesn’t make him any less of a vampire than the ancient ones. Now he has to use his knowledge to save the paranormal community from genocide.
Abigail is the oldest daughter of the President of the United States. Having spent most of her life hiding from the media in a science lab she is shocked when it turns out vampires are real, then she meets Gregori and she needs his help to get into a restricted part of China to get some rare herbs that may be the cure her mother desperately needs. Abigail finds herself attracted to Gregori but as she gets to know him better she finds out he is a play boy and worries he is only pursuing her to get her father’s help.
I love Kerrelyn Sparks’ Love at Stake series, it is a paranormal series that doesn’t take itself too seriously and constantly makes me giggle, and Sexiest Vampire Alive had me giggling from the very beginning. I love Gregori and am glad he finally got his story. Gregori has a reputation as a play boy that is not all that it appears but could come back to ruin his relationship with Abigail. Sexiest Vampire Alive is witty with great action and heat. Sparks’ novels are all quick fun reads and I have read the entire series more than once. If you are looking for a light-hearted quick read with witty characters then Sexiest Vampire Alive is for you.
The Love at Stake Series:
Sugarplums and Scandal (Novella)
Title: Sexiest Vampire Alive
Author: Kerrelyn Sparks
Format: Paperback, eBook
Page Nos.: 384
Release Date: September 27, 2011
Available for purchase: Amazon,
**I received a copy of this book from NetGalley but was not required to provide a review and it did not impact my review in any way.