Kiss Me Forever: Forever Vampire Series Book 1

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Name: Kiss Me Forever

Author: Rosemary Laurey

Published: May 1, 2010 by Zebra

Purchased: 2015, $3.00 at Dollar General, $4.30 on Kindle.

☆☆☆☆/5

Honestly I just got this book because my favorite author, Christine Feehan, had a quote about it on the front cover. I was at the Dollar General looking at the limited amount of books they have there, saw the book and started to pass it when I saw the name. So I grabbed it.

I did like it but there were some things that kind of threw me off. It wasn’t until near the end of the book though that that happened. So, here’s a little spoiler, skip the next paragraph if you don’t want it spoiled for you.

*SPOILER*

The soil thing really threw me for a loop. You can only walk on your native soil? What? That little tidbit just seemed rather unnecessary and just too much work. She has to have shoes with soil in the sole, shower with dirt bags strapped to flip-flops, and make sure that her side of the mattress is stuffed with her native soil? It just seemed like that was thrown in for filler, wanting to make the book a little longer.

*END SPOILER*

That was my only complaint…well, major compliant. The writing was just a tad simple for my tastes and it was a little boring at moments but, there was a good amount of plot that kind of made up for it.

It’s mostly wrapped up because the series is about different people so they could most likely be read as stand alones as well as the series, kind of like Christine Feehan’s books.

Thank you for reading my review.

-Sam

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