Yay! She's back on track. The last Argeneau book was a disappointment, but this one, Runaway Vampire, I liked. She really focused on the heroine in this story. Dante didn't get as much to work with, but at least the fmc, Mary, felt real. She's a 62 year old widow faced with a hunk who she runs over with her RV. Said hunk is being chased by kidnappers and needs her help getting away.
As I said, Dante doesn't really get fleshed out, but Mary does and I like the fact that she has a history and has a healthy attitude toward relationships and that they aren't all hearts and flowers. The exposition to explain the Immortals to the newbie doesn't feel forced. The ending leads into what should be Tomasso's book but it wraps up Mary and Dante's story nicely. The book is also filled with Sands' trademark humor. Just wait until you get to the condom scene.
I was quite disappointed in what happens to Mary between pages 338 and 341, but I guess it was necessary. Not telling what it is. All in all, a very good outing in the series.