Reviewer Comments: I love Ms. Sands’ Argeneau series. I continue to be astonished at how many ways she has her vampires meet their life mates. She doesn’t rely on one method or one strategy. Each story is so unique and different. This latest book in the series is no exception. Dante Notte and his twin brother, Tomasso, were kidnapped. They spent 2 days drugged and caged. When Dante finally escapes and goes for help, things get worse as he is run over by an RV being driven by Mary. He doesn’t know what to do so he crawls inside to try to heal. Realizing that he can’t control her or read her thoughts makes the situation complicated. Realizing that the kidnappers are on his trail and that Mary is now in danger only makes things more complex. Mary Winslow is making what she thinks will be her final trip in her RV. She and her husband used to travel south each winter from Canada, but now that he is gone, she doesn’t think she will continue to make the trip. Then she hits something on a deserted road in the middle of nowhere. When she gets out to look, she can’t see anything, but her dog definitely senses something amiss so Mary quickly gets out of the area. Discovering a young man bleeding in her bathroom throws Mary for a loop. Feeling immediately attracted to a man who is at least 35 years younger than she is makes Mary want to distance herself from him. Things don’t quite turn out that way as she helps him flee from kidnappers. Mary and Dante may be life mates, but their apparent age difference makes Mary want to run. She can’t believe that she is attracted to someone young enough to be her son. The age difference is more of an issue for Mary than it is for Dante. After all, he is used to being older than those humans around him. Watching them handle it makes for interesting reading. It makes for entertaining reading as they realize how much they have in common while still not quite being of the same generation. This is the 17th book in the series, but new readers can certainly pick it up without missing out on the other books. Since Mary doesn’t know about the Argeneau’s or their history, everything is explained to her and to the readers. My one complaint is that things don’t really seem to end. Things are left up in the air as far as what happens next with Dante’s twin. I was hoping that things would be more resolved, but I guess it makes sense that Tomasso get his own story. It should make an interesting read as Tomasso tries to free himself from the kidnappers.