Cryptic Cravings (Vampire Kisses #8)
The whole storyline was just stupid. First Raven finds out about a club and she doesn't want the club in her town. Then she does. Then she doesn't. Then she does but with restrictions. And she's the one to give the restrictions to the vampire in charge...well, her and her boyfriend.
I just don't get it. Not only that,...more
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Uh oh, Jagger want to open a club for vampires in Dullsville, but Raven and Alexander realize the danger it would bring. Raven suggests the club be for mortals. She jumps in to help decorate and prepare, while keeping a close eye on everyone involved.
Sebastian and Luna have gotten together and who knows what they’re up to, besides scaring the teenagers of Dullsville when Sebastian bites Luna.
Meanwhile, Raven is just dying (pun intended) to be...more
I love this series. It is my guilty little pleasure...but now it's getting a bit old. The story is never going to progress the way I want it to. There have been 8 books for 1 year in the life of this couple. That means they probably won't have sex for about 24 more books. I think it is funny. The couple has been together a year, he is 18 and she is 17 and sex has never been discussed. Never!!! They only kiss but it never gets carried away. They don't even have the "I want t...more
I just have to say that i agree with a lot of people, this series is lacking. Its funny and cute but it can be annoying at times. I just feel like this series is a little bit childish and should be aimed at 10 to 13 year old girls.
Even Twilight is better with word choices and the amount of action that goes on in the whole series. Sometimes I felt like I was reading the PG rated version of Twilight. At least Bella wasn't dating Edward just for the simple fact that he was a vampire, unlike Raven,...more
What Raven and Alexander are afraid of is that Jagger will open The Crypt up to other vampires. Alexander has managed to live in Dullsville without bringing too much attention to himself. If other vampires relocate to Dullsville then...more
I thought this was the last book in the Vampire Kisses series. I was VERY (and extremely) happy to find out I was wrong (It was only the last book that was out at the book-store!) I Love her series and i couldn't wait to read more!
Okay, back to the point. (If you have read some of my other reviews, you will know that occasionally i will go off subject and eventually steer back.). This book is about Jagger and some of his friends (I th...more
Despite what some select book reviewers may think, Vampire Kisses isn't a series for only goths, or loners. Any reader can make a connection to this book, or Raven, the main character; if they're willing to. She's a bit impulsive, with a one tra...more
I decided to review all eight of these books together, as I pretty much read them all back to back and I don't think I would be able to go back and review them all individually.
Firstly, this is a series that I had known about for a while, but wasn't really too sure what the books were about. Going from the titles it's obvious that they are about vampires, but apart from that I hadn't really looked into them too much. One day in December, bored I decided to give the first bo...more
Raven is a good heroine. She's a bit strange and obsessed, but it works for her. It was a little obnoxious to have these long paragraphs about the gothic clothes everyone wore. However, since this is the millionth book in the series I am used to it. I like Raven, but her relationship with Alexander bothers me. I'm not sure if she genuinely likes him or if she only hangs...more
This is a pretty harmless,...more
They are not my favorite books ever but they are still fun to read. They are all pretty small so they are easy to get through.
This one in particular has to deal with Jagger starting a club in Dullsville.
Raven is excited about it at first because it's going to be a new version of the Coffin Club.
However in typical Vampire Kisses fashion everything gets kinda crazy and...more
My only criticism is the overuse of th...more
The club was a good plot, but Raven's Yes, No, Yes, No, Maybe, Okay... attitude about it really got on my nerves.
I really need to see the characters grow up mor...more
When I returned from London, I relocated to Chicago where I lived for five years. There, I graduated from the Second City Training Center and performed improv, Shakes...more
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"I'd just feel safer if you'd start sleeping in a coffin."
Just then my door creaked open.
Billy's expression turned to surprise.
"Get out!" I said, hopping off the bed. "Uh...we are making up lyrics to a song."
But that didn't keep Billy out. Instead he was totally interested.
"You're writing a song? That's so cool. I want to hear it."
"It goes, 'Safer in a coffin, and if your brother doesn't leave, he'll be in one too.”
"It's just because you are foreign to them. It's like if they went to the zoo and stared at the monkeys. You are the monkey.”