Mile High with a Vampire: A Novel (An Argeneau Novel, Book 33) Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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In the latest Argeneau novel from New York Times best-selling author Lynsay Sands, an immortal and her mortal pilot are on the run from hungry vampires...and discover they’re life mates along the way.
Jet Lassiter likes being a pilot for Argeneau Inc. Perks included travelling to exotic locations and meeting interesting people, even if they are the blood-sucking kind. He’s living the good life, until his plane goes down in the mountains and four of his passengers are gravely injured. They need blood to heal...and Jet is the only source.
Quinn Peters never wanted to be immortal. Once a renowned heart surgeon, she was turned against her will, and now she has to drink blood to survive. Before she can ask how her “life” can get any worse, she’s in a plane crash. One of the few survivors, Quinn is desperate to get the mortal pilot to safety before her fellow immortals succumb to their blood lust and drain Jet dry.
But hungry vampires are the least of their worries - the crash wasn’t an accident, and someone is trying to kill Quinn. Will she and Jet find their happily-ever-after as life mates, or will her assassin find her first?
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|Listening Length||10 hours and 1 minute|
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|Audible.com Release Date||September 28, 2021|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #10,784 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
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After reading the previous book about Quinn's sister Pet, I knew where Quinns story was going to go. I was very curious to see how Jet would handle everything, though I'm going to be frank this story is about 90% about Pet and 10% about Jet. We really do not, in my opinion, get a full feel of Jet as a person. Hell, I feel like I learned more about him during his book where he was introduced involving Abigail and her life mate. I definitely feel as though we barely obtained any new information on him, sure we got some but it definitely didn't feel like very character defining traits. We kinda just get "Jet is a great guy :)"
Also a bit frustrating how the flow of this book seems a bit offset.
In her recent Argeneau books, I have noticed things pick up pace much too quickly then chapters are dragged out for way too long. One chapter ends with X happening then the next beginning with "Several days have passed" Why? We are losing some big development for the couple. Then the slow chapters are ones where they could be sitting on a couch talking for 4 chapters.
The last books have felt extremely rushed as well as all over the place and it feels like the couples are getting together with so little development these days.
From here on out - Spoilers.
Let me tell you, one of the most frustrating things to me is how Quinn faints in the mall and everyone is like "Oh immortals don't faint they don't do that, that's strange" ??? Lissianna used to have hemaphobia and would faint due to that phobia. The logic is not here for me, knowing what everyone knows is it not an assumption that she could have seen the people after her and had a moment of fear/weakness and fainted due to it?
Faints again and people discover "Oh perhaps it's an emotional response" ah yes, perhaps it is? Really now so many of these people know Lissianna and her trauma, and I know everyone is different but come now really they didn't once think "Hey you know Lissianna actually used to faint due to extreme fear and emotional trauma so there are documented cases of that happening to immortals."
Blown away by that detail.
For me this book was probably so predictable when during Pet's story she tells how Quinn doesn't remember and one of the members of the brass circle let her go, oh yeah any time an immortals eyes go wide like that you already know what's going on. I was kind've surprised the subject was not touched upon in Pet's book at all, it was just shock that he let them go.
Also kinda frustrated how they were soooo adamant about Quinn learning about it naturally like it will shatter her mind, even though Mary has been very clear that Quinn is strong & resilient. Meanwhile she figures out about her past casually and just is like "Wow that explains a lot guys, kinda crazy"
Overally, sometimes these books come out and there's a bit of a hole in history for me, things are left out or forgotten.
Though I do think Parker being so young, I already have a prediction what could happen for him story wise. Super curious to see if he ever gets a book, because I'm really hoping it goes the direction I think it will.
Whiskey & Wit Book Reviews
Quinn works with Jet to get him to safety before he is a snack for the other immortals. They discover that the crash was not and accident and that someone is out to kill Quinn. Throw in the fact that they are life mates and it makes for an interesting story.
I am a huge fan of Lynsay Sands, both her historical novels and her paranormal novels make up a number of my favorite books. I personally loved Jet, but found Quinn quite unlikeable. She is supposed to be this take charge, brilliant surgeon, but she wallowed in self-pity for years. She pretty much gave up raising her son and learned nothing about being an immortal. This idea did not work for me. A few months of self-pity is one thing, but years is something that I cannot grasp. For me personally, this was a very hard concept for me to accept.