Sunday, November 18, 2007

Vampire Kisses, by Ellen Schreiber

Raven has always wanted to be a vampire. When asked as a child what she wanted to be when she grew up, her answer was a vampire. That made her an outcast in her small town. Then a new family moves into the house at the top of the hill in her very boring town, and all of a sudden, the town doesn't seem all that boring.

Raven is immediately drawn to Alexander, the son of the very odd family which moved into the old house. But is he just a strange young man, or a vampire? Raven can't decide, and neither can the town.

This is the first book in a two part sequence. Raven is a believable character, and the story is told from her point of view. Especially if you ever wonder if someone you know could be a vampire...

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