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Vampire Kisses

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In a hip, sexy romance for young teens, Schreiber tells an intriguing story about an unusual first love when a girl meets a particular toothy new guy in town.

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3.6 out of 5 stars
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Most helpful positive review
This is the third book by her that I've read, and she has a very light, ditzy kind of style of writing. Or maybe it's just her main characters, I don't know. Raven is a total perky goth. Like, seriously. She's very perky, it would be very annoying if I didn't like perky goths, so I'm warning you in advance. But here again, vampire romance. It was actually pretty cute, and there's also totally something going on with this other guy that does not get fully developed, but hey, there's 2 more books now, so maybe something will happen.

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In a hip, sexy romance for young teens, Schreiber tells an intriguing story about an unusual first love when a girl meets a particular toothy new guy in town.

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.

Specifications

Series Title
Vampire Kisses (Hardcover)
Publisher
HarperCollins
Book Format
Hardcover
Original Languages
English
Number of Pages
197
Author
Ellen Schreiber
ISBN-13
9780060093341
Publication Date
August, 2003
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
8.52 x 6.60 x 0.77 Inches
ISBN-10
006009334X

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1 customers found this helpful
This is the third book...
This is the third book by her that I've read, and she has a very light, ditzy kind of style of writing. Or maybe it's just her main characters, I don't know. Raven is a total perky goth. Like, seriously. She's very perky, it would be very annoying if I didn't like perky goths, so I'm warning you in advance. But here again, vampire romance. It was actually pretty cute, and there's also totally something going on with this other guy that does not get fully developed, but hey, there's 2 more books now, so maybe something will happen.
Most helpful negative review
Ive read too many vam...
I've read too many vampire themed books and so it's really hard not to compare it to my favorites. Before I read this book I wasn't sure what to expect of Raven, so I speculate on an awkward girl that had a traumatic experience when she was a kid, and now reaching sweet 16 she reflects it by having a dark phase with very low self esteem and parental issues. Of course now I see that I was wrong. Raven is a very interesting character. She have a loving parents that used to be hippies. She's witty, funny and have a lot of spunk. She never cares what people think and doesn't dodge Trevor's BS. (Their bouts are always a hoot, except for that last part.) Aside from her preference in clothing and her ambition in life - which is to become a vampire, I think she's pretty normal. Schreiber under-described Alexander which I think adds mystery to his character. All I got was he was tall, pale, handsome... and I view this as a good thing. The negative part was the vampires in this book we're the stereotypical ones. They only come out at night, can't handle garlic, no reflection, they turn into bats, etc... but it seems like they age. Which raised a very interesting question- do they really? if yes, how? I guess I'd have to find out if that is the case.
Most helpful positive review
1 customers found this helpful
This is the third book...
This is the third book by her that I've read, and she has a very light, ditzy kind of style of writing. Or maybe it's just her main characters, I don't know. Raven is a total perky goth. Like, seriously. She's very perky, it would be very annoying if I didn't like perky goths, so I'm warning you in advance. But here again, vampire romance. It was actually pretty cute, and there's also totally something going on with this other guy that does not get fully developed, but hey, there's 2 more books now, so maybe something will happen.
Most helpful negative review
Ive read too many vam...
I've read too many vampire themed books and so it's really hard not to compare it to my favorites. Before I read this book I wasn't sure what to expect of Raven, so I speculate on an awkward girl that had a traumatic experience when she was a kid, and now reaching sweet 16 she reflects it by having a dark phase with very low self esteem and parental issues. Of course now I see that I was wrong. Raven is a very interesting character. She have a loving parents that used to be hippies. She's witty, funny and have a lot of spunk. She never cares what people think and doesn't dodge Trevor's BS. (Their bouts are always a hoot, except for that last part.) Aside from her preference in clothing and her ambition in life - which is to become a vampire, I think she's pretty normal. Schreiber under-described Alexander which I think adds mystery to his character. All I got was he was tall, pale, handsome... and I view this as a good thing. The negative part was the vampires in this book we're the stereotypical ones. They only come out at night, can't handle garlic, no reflection, they turn into bats, etc... but it seems like they age. Which raised a very interesting question- do they really? if yes, how? I guess I'd have to find out if that is the case.
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Raven is a Goth teen w...

Raven is a Goth teen who lives in "Dullsville"... where nothing interesting ever happens! Until the Sterling family moves into the haunted house on top of Benson Hill, and the rumors start flying that they're vampires since they're never seen during the day. Raven, who as a little girl proclaimed she wanted to be a vampire when she grew up, has had a strong attraction to the house even during the long years it sat empty. So she's determined to uncover the truth about the spooky new family... especially the darkly handsome 17-year-old Alexander. This was a quick and enjoyable teen book that ended on a cliffhanger, leaving me anxiously looking forward to the sequel, which unfortunately I don't yet have. :( Despite the teen target audience, the author is good at keeping you wondering right up until the very end.

This is the third book...

This is the third book by her that I've read, and she has a very light, ditzy kind of style of writing. Or maybe it's just her main characters, I don't know. Raven is a total perky goth. Like, seriously. She's very perky, it would be very annoying if I didn't like perky goths, so I'm warning you in advance. But here again, vampire romance. It was actually pretty cute, and there's also totally something going on with this other guy that does not get fully developed, but hey, there's 2 more books now, so maybe something will happen.

I havent laughed so h...

I haven't laughed so hard and so long in months. Raven is easy to like. I loved when she had to go to school for the first time and after the first day she was upset to find out it wasn't a one day, one time thing. I wanted to hate Trevor but I couldn't. A lot of the best scenes are the confrontations between Raven and Trevor.

A cute, fun and quick ...

A cute, fun and quick read. Since she was a child Raven has always been different, she wanted to be a vampire when she grew up. Now, as a teen, Raven is still different. She wears black, and doesn't have many friends. Things start to change when Raven falls for a mysterious new guy. Is he a vampire orjust another loner goth.

Its not your typical...

It's not your typical teen vampire book. I had a good laugh at Raven and her obsession with vampires. I found this book really amusing and light a good change from the angsty drama

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