In her small town, dubbed "Dullsville," sixteen-year-old Raven -- a vampire-crazed goth-girl -- is an outcast. But not for long... The intriguing and rumored-to-be haunted mansion on top of Benson Hill has stood vacant and boarded-up for years. That is, until its mysteriously strange new... show more
In her small town, dubbed "Dullsville," sixteen-year-old Raven -- a vampire-crazed goth-girl -- is an outcast. But not for long... The intriguing and rumored-to-be haunted mansion on top of Benson Hill has stood vacant and boarded-up for years. That is, until its mysteriously strange new occupants move in. Who are these creepy people -- especially the handsome, dark, and elusive Alexander Sterling? Or rather, what are they? Could the town prattle actually ring true? Are they vampires? Raven, who secretly covets a vampire kiss, both at the risk of her own mortality and Alexander's loving trust, is dying to uncover the truth. Ellen Schreiber's spooky and stirring romance tells the story of two outsiders who fall in love in a town where conformity reigns, and ends with a shocking surprise.
Publish date: August 1st 2003
Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books
Pages no: 197
Edition language: English
Series: Vampire Kisses (#1)
When asked what my favorite book is, the answer is always Vampire Kisses. This book is what really got me into reading. I love the whole series!
It was a fun story but this book is especially suitable for young teenagers
If only this was a parody it would have gotten four stars, but according to my googlefu it's for real. This is one of the worst books I've read this year. It's too pathetic to snark. Well, I'm kinda snarking this. I will probably not continue this, because I'm not that mean. Also, this book wa...
here’s no way I can talk about Vampire Kisses with a straight face. If it was intended on being written as a parody then Schreiber succeeded. If it was written to be a serious romance. Then… This is bad guys. So bad. It’s like the literate version of My Immortal. Take every Goth ste...
Vampire Kisses is a series I picked up in middle school, so it's one I read while part of the intended audience. At the time, I enjoyed it, and I think that's the main reason I've opted to give it a three star rating. It's definitely not something I remember with considerable fondness, but during my...