Vampire Kisses by Ellen Schreiber
Details: Paperback, 562 pages (Vampire Kisses: The Beginning)
Published: April 21st 2009 by Katherine Tegen Books (Vampire Kisses: The Beginning)
Source: I bought them
Buy it: Book Depository (Vampire Kisses: The Beginning)
My Rating: 4 Stars
Summary: A new guy in town.
Rumors of vampires.
Dangerous first love.
This is where it all begins. . . .
The mansion on top of Benson Hill has stood empty for years. But one day it seems to be occupied, and its mysterious, handsome inhabitant Alexander Sterling becomes the source of much talk around town. Raven, a vampire-obsessed Goth-girl who has always considered herself an outsider in “Dullsville,” is determined to uncover the truth surrounding the secretive Alexander. As she gets to know him, and their spark intensifies, Raven finds herself in some unanticipated situations. Can Alexander make her lifelong dream come true? But love always has its complications—especially when it can only be awakened at nightfall.
The first three books in Ellen Schreiber’s bestselling Vampire Kisses series capture the thrill of a most unusual romance. (Vampire Kisses: The Beginning)
Review: I’m just going to review this as a series and then maybe a bit about the last book. I started reading the Vampire Kisses series back in 2008. It became one of my favorite series right away. It is just so cute and fun that I couldn’t help loving it. For some reason I never got around to getting the last book, Immortal Hearts, until recently. So when I got it I decided to read all of the other books again and I loved it just as much as I did the first time. I was excited but a little sad when it came time to read Immortal Hearts. I ended up really liking it. However, it was my least favorite in the series, but it was a great ending. I just wish it wasn’t over. I will be re-reading this series again someday.
Note: This is an older review. So I don’t feel like I can get more into what I liked and disliked about it. Maybe someday I will re-read Vampire Kisses and do another review. Better reviews (hopefully) in the future.