[Download] The Bite Before Christmas By Jeaniene Frost, Lynsay Sands

The Bite Before Christmas

By: Jeaniene Frost, Lynsay Sands
Narrated by: Tavia Gilbert, Paula Christensen
Length: 6 hours
Release date: Oct 25, 2011
Rating: 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (127 votes, average: 3.50 out of 5)
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This holiday season, join two of today’s most popular paranormal authors for a special look into their worlds, where creatures are always stirring and no one sleeps through the night... The Bite Before Christmas

The Gift by Lynsay Sands: Teddy Brunswick knows about the immortals among us. He’s worked with them, called them friend – but he never counted on being snowed in with one over Christmas. Katricia Argeneau is a tasty little bundle and she seems to feel the same way about him. Problem is, he’s not sure she feels quite the same way. After all, the snowstorm has derailed her blood delivery, which leaves him the only available meal on the menu...

Home for the Holidays by Jeaniene Frost: Cat and Bones are looking forward to a normal holiday – at least as “normal” as it gets for the combustible vampire couple and their otherworldly friends and family. But their yuletide plans are shattered when a stranger shows up and reveals long-buried family secrets that threaten to take a bite out of their holiday cheer... and lives.

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43 Responses to “[Download] The Bite Before Christmas By Jeaniene Frost, Lynsay Sands”

  1. Pamula Kososky

    Jeanine Frost!! Bones!! Cat!!
    Where does The Bite Before Christmas rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

  2. Lindsey Briseno

    Loved it!!
    Would you consider the audio edition of The Bite Before Christmas to be better than the print version?

  3. Customer

    Short but sweet.
    A treat for Jeaniene Frost fans. But don’t expect the depth of her regular books.

  4. Ardis Bozelle

    love cat and bones.
    What did you love best about The Bite Before Christmas?

  5. Helga Wierenga

    jeaniene frost and tavia gilbert save this book
    What disappointed you about The Bite Before Christmas?

  6. Glinda Sidoti

    One good story follow by a poor one!
    Is there anything you would change about this book?

  7. Hosea Janousek

    Jeaniene Frost half
    What did you love best about The Bite Before Christmas?

  8. Genesis Norland

    Two stories worth sinking you teeth into.
    Would you listen to The Bite Before Christmas again? Why?

  9. sharon

    Skip the 1st story!! PLEASE!
    Would you try another book from Lynsay Sands and Jeaniene Frost and/or Paula Christensen and Tavia Gilbert ?

  10. Maragaret Bellville

    First story is 1 star. Second story is 5 stars!
    The first story was not that interesting and the narrator was terrible. If you’ve never read Lynsay Sands Argeneau Vampire stories you’ll be totally lost. The nano explanation is vague and not like her other books.

    The second story was another great one by Jeaniene Frost. It features Cat and Bones, my favorite vampires. Tavia Gilbert does a fantastic narration as usual. I enjoyed the story as it picks up shortly after the last book left off. I loved that Cat and Ian saved the day!

    I would definitely recommend the second story and I give it 5 stars for performance and story. But I can’t give the whole book 5 stars due to the first one. Not sure if it’s worth it when you’re stuck with the first one. I wish the download came in two parts so I could discard the Lynsay Sands story.

  11. Yong Fakhouri

    A holiday season read
    What did you love best about The Bite Before Christmas?

  12. Amada Bramon

    Part of it was great
    I couldn’t stand the narration on the Lynsey Sands short story so I went straight to Jeaniene Frost’s. Loved it. It was a good stand alone while still adding to the overall storyline of the series. And it was perfect tying Bones and Ian together as family. Very fitting. The low rating was solely because of the narration of the first story. I couldn’t listen to it to see if the storyline was well written.

  13. Jarrett Tutor

    Take a Bite…
    Any additional comments?

  14. Scotty M.

    i always enjoy time with cat and bones
    Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

  15. Thomasine Risk

    Great Short Stories
    Any additional comments?

  16. Kazuko L.

    Home for the Holidays
    I am writing a review for Home for the Holidays as I only wanted the Cat and Bones story. I thought it was good. Not as good as some of the full length novels, but good enough! As with all Cat and Bones stories, this one didn’t disappoint. I love how the two interact with each other as well as those closest to them. They still had some steamy scenes, and they still provided some scenes of heartbreak. It’s definitely worth the listen. Tavia Gilbert, once again, does NOT disappoint!

  17. Charley G.

    Teddy. You are up!
    I am only reviewing Teddy and Katricia’s story. This is a quick and short read. I am glad Teddy got his happily ever after. He has been in a couple of books and he just seems like a really nice all-around character. Katricia is somebody that we have not met yet and I enjoyed the fact that she was a Rogue Hunter and that she can take care of herself.

    Teddy is an overall gentleman. It did not matter how old he was, in his 60s, or a newly turned Immortal, his goal was to take care of Katricia and that was sweet to me. Katricia did not fight the fact that her and Teddy are lifemates and that is always a huge plus. No over the top angst is a major plus. When Teddy realize what was happening he did not fight it either. His main concern was to not take advantage of her because she looked as though she could be his granddaughter.

    I am glad that this was about a female Immortal and a male Mortal who is older. Lynsay Sands does not tend to write about older male Mortals with Immortal women. I think I would like to see more of that. It tends to be the woman always turning and after awhile it gets old. I would like more outside males then all of the main characters be about a male and they have to find a female life mate and turn her.

  18. Jessi Frantzich

    My favorite Argenau vampire story so far
    Not sure why, but I really liked this Argenau vampire story. I think somehow I found it more believable. Maybe I just find the whole setting – snowbound in a cabin with no electricity – very romantic. Still working on the second story, but if you enjoy the characters Jeaniene Frost has created for her Kat and Bones stories, they are all there and they don’t disappoint. Without having finished it, I think the plot may be suffering because of the brevity. She doesn’t have the time to spin the usual suspense and intrigue, but a good story none the less.

  19. Kristina

    A Perfect Addition
    This book is a nice come back to book with stories from other series but also a story with a different view point about vampires.

  20. Felix Marchese

    Let down
    Very disapponted in this book. Waited with great anticipation, only to be let down with a short story. I hope Ms Sands is not losing her touch. The Argeneau’s have much more life left in them yet and hopefully a better book is yet to come.

  21. Lisa

    One out of two books were good
    I gave this three stars across the board because one story was excellent and one wasn’t.

    The Gift
    I haven’t read anything else by Lynsay Sands, so I’m not familiar with her stuff. There seemed to be some interesting premises, and maybe some of her other books from this series would be good but I just couldn’t get past the creepy old dude lusting after a young woman. Not the mental picture I want painted for me. And referring to his genitals as “little teddy?” Ick. Can’t forget this book soon enough.

    Home for the Holidays
    Had this been the only book this download would have received five stars across the board. Jeaniene Frost continues to do an excellent job with the Night Huntress series and Tavia Gilbert does a great job with the narration. As always, it left me wanting more.

    The download is worth it for Home for the Holidays. Just don’t feel bad about skipping The Gift. I wish I had.

  22. Julia

    Gotta Listen
    The first story in this book is pretty good. I guess I’m a sucker for a sappy romance. You know getting a second chance at life and love. Now the second story in book I totally loved, and not because I’m fan of the series. Bones finding out that he has a brother. I don’t want to give too much away, he also finds other stuff too. If you want to know what that is you just have to get the for yourself.

  23. Carlton V.

    Only listened to the Cat and Bones Story
    A great read for any night huntress fan, I only listened to that one cause I have not read Lynsay Sands books yet, but it was a awesome but short story, in true cat and Bones style, if your like me and miss your old friends listen up and we all know Tavia Gilbert, is one of the best narrators out there, she makes it real. Give it a try, you wont be disappointed.

  24. Yuri Frasier

    CHRISTMAS COMES EARLY IF YOU TRULY GOOD!
    Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

  25. Andrea

    I LIKED THE JEANIENE FROST PART
    I READ BOTH PARTS BUT WASN’T IMPRESSED WITH LYNSAY SANDS PART BUT LOVED JEANIENE FROST’S PART OF THE BOOK

  26. Maura Marn

    the bite before christmas
    Is there anything you would change about this book?

  27. Roman M.

    Another great story from Jeaneine!
    Jeaniene once again did not dissapoint. Although I wasn’t really interested in listening to the other story at first, I got hooked in to that one to, good job Lynsay Sands!
    The only complaint I had was the extreme difficulty getting to a place you left off when you had to stop listening and start again. Maybe it was just me?

  28. Susan

    I absolutely loved this audiobook
    Would you consider the audio edition of The Bite Before Christmas to be better than the print version?

  29. Leon Selia

    Cat and Bones!
    Would you consider the audio edition of The Bite Before Christmas to be better than the print version?

  30. Lucinda Mantella

    Enjoyable holiday story
    As others have noted, the second story (by Frost) was better told than the first. Nonetheless, I also found the story by Sands quite enjoyable and the narrator for that portion of this audio-book did a good job. I listened to this while driving home for the holidays, and it definitely helped make the drive more enjoyable, and the time go by faster.

  31. Angelina Pusateri

    Fun Listen!
    What did you love best about The Bite Before Christmas?

  32. Cyril G.

    Fun Read
    What made the experience of listening to The Bite Before Christmas the most enjoyable?

  33. Carla

    Love to read about Cat and Bones
    Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

  34. Martin J.

    Alright – You hooked me.
    Would you consider the audio edition of The Bite Before Christmas to be better than the print version?

  35. Robt Prinkey

    Relatives can get under your skin
    Would you try another book from Lynsay Sands and Jeaniene Frost and/or Paula Christensen and Tavia Gilbert ?

  36. Tyson W.

    Fun Read
    All of Jeaniene’s books are alot of fun. I like that her writing is somewhat light hearted.

  37. Monty Rittenberry

    Bah Humbug
    I’m not a fan of haveing two authors in one book. I really didn’t think that Sands did her usual job. Too short, and a bit lack luster.

  38. Oscar Teer

    Totally Surprised!!!
    Would you consider the audio edition of The Bite Before Christmas to be better than the print version?

  39. Doug Dominicus

    Lynsay Sands – no
    What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

  40. Reed Chareunsri

    Lynsay Sands Is As Always Excellent!
    The Bite Before Christmas is Teddy Brunswick’s story. The chief of police from Port Henry, is a lonely man reluctantly looking at retirement. He never dreams that he could be a lifemate to an immortal like his two best friends. Caught in a snowstorm, with no power he meets Katricia Argeneau, an immortal, who realizes that Teddy is her lifemate. Her aunt, Marguerite Argeneau, advised her to go slow with Teddy and not scare him away. It’s a case of instant attraction, fun and . . . .

  41. Math Junkie

    Very Disappointed
    What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

  42. Evan Jeong

    Great stories!
    Would you listen to The Bite Before Christmas again? Why?

  43. Owen Pecoraro

    Skip to Chapter 8 – “Kitten and Bones”
    Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

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