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The Compulsive Reader: Books That Suck Month: Day Twenty-Nine: The Vampire Kisses Series by Ellen Schreiber

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Books That Suck Month: Day Twenty-Nine: The Vampire Kisses Series by Ellen Schreiber



The Vampire Kisses Series by Ellen Schreiber



Vampire Kisses

From Amazon.com:


The mansion on top of Benson Hill has been empty and boarded up for years. But a new family has moved in. A family that never ventures out during the day. Who are these creepy people –– especially the handsome, dark, and elusive Alexander Sterling? Or rather, what are they? Could the town gossip actually be 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.






Kissing Coffins

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Not far from Dullsville, someone's lurking in the dark. . . .
After meeting the handsome and shadowy Alexander Sterling, goth-girl Raven's dark world has a bright, new glow. But as in her favorite movie, Kissing Coffins, Raven knows that love always has its complications, especially when Alexander has a big secret to guard.
When Alexander suddenly disappears, Raven leaves Dullsville to begin a dangerous search to find him. Can she stay safe, no matter who—or what—she encounters on the way?







Vampireville

From Amazon.com:

Can Raven stop Dullsville from becoming Vampireville?

For goth-girl Raven, dating her dream boyfriend is complicated, especially because Alexander's secret means they can only meet at night. And now they must be extra wary, with Alexander's archrival, Jagger, creeping around town. Then Jagger's exquisitely pale sister Luna also surfaces -- and seems to have her sights on Raven's own longtime nemesis.

Raven and Alexander must begin a terrifying hunt for Jagger and Luna's secret hideout. Can they drive them away before Dullsville is eternally threatened by these menaces from the Underworld?


Dance with a Vampire

From Amazon.com:

The most important night of the year is drawing near . . . but not without a little trouble from the Underworld...

Dullsville's newest night-faring intruder may be only a tween, but Raven knows that Valentine Maxwell, the younger sibling of two nefarious vampires, is a full-size menace. Valentine becomes even more of a threat when he befriends her brother, Billy. Raven must try to shield Billy, even as the biggest excitement of the year approaches . . . attending prom with her immortal love, Alexander. And while Alexander is one kind of vampire -- sweet -- Raven soon learns Valentine is another.

Could Valentine somehow know Raven's private thoughts about turning into a vampire?



The Coffin Club

From Amazon.com:

It's tough for love-struck Raven to imagine what's keeping her nocturnal boyfriend from returning to Dullsville. So there's only one thing to do -- find Alexander. Along the way, Raven can't resist the spot where she feels most at home, the Coffin Club. But when she stumbles upon a secret door in the club, she descends into a dim catacomb -- to a hidden hangout where the house drink happens to be type A or B. Drawn to one of its shadowy members, Raven suspects she's in over her head. But exploring the covert club is too tempting, even after coming face-to-face with Alexander's trouble-stirring enemy.

Can Raven delve further into the Underworld unbeknownst to Alexander -- and also solve the mystery of her true love's own secrecy? Ellen Schreiber's sizzling Vampire Kisses series continues with its darkest installment yet.

4 comments:

Carol said...

the first 2 books in this series were good but then the plot got too repetitive for me. I still read them though as a light read. i haven't read the fifth book but maybe it got better.

Book Chic said...

This series sounds good- I'll have to check it out sometime. :)

Shaylun said...

I happen to think that this series is amazing. I don't like twilight as much because, let's face it, Bella is too normal for Edward. And in this series, Raven and Alexander are absolutely perfect for each other.
I've been hooked on these books ever since the first chapter of number one. Kudos, Ellen!

Matt said...

I recently bought all 5 books, and am in the middle of the first one. I wanted a vampire series and Twilight was just too conformist for me. I love the series so far