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Monday, February 27, 2012

Vampire Kisses The Beginning Review

Author: Ellen Schreiber

Release Date: April 21, 2009

Published by: Kathrine Tegen Books

Edition: Paperback (562 pages)

How I got this Book: I bought it

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 dertermined 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 life
long dream come true? But love always has its complications
especially when it can only be awakened at nightfall.

My thoughts:

Yes this is a review of the first three books of the vampire kisses sires because I got edition of the first three in one book.First off I'd like to say that these books are good books to read. The main character Raven is a pretty easy character to get know.  She is a goth girl who loves vampires, who doesn't love vampires? But she does keep mentioning throughout all three of these books that she is goth, like through some of it, it is kinda funny how she says things and then sometimes its kinda annoying. Alexander seems like the kinda guy any girl can easily love. He is what everyone wants in a guy. There romance together is more little kiddish were they only hug and kiss. Maybe it adepts later on in the story line in the later books. Even though Alexander seems perfect he does have a past just like everyone else and it shows up. This problem does spice things up throughout all three books. At the end of the third it does end with kind of a cliffhanger.

I would say that these book are very easy reads I finished each one in one day. The only thing I would say is I would recommend this book for ages 11 to 15, because it is for a younger audience. But all in all I did enjoy this book.

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