Kissing Coffins (Vampire Kisses, Book 2) by Ellen Schreiber

Kissing Coffins (Vampire Kisses, Book 2)

Title: Kissing Coffins
Author: Ellen Schreiber
Published: May 2007
Pages: 240
ISBN: 9780060776244
Source: Library Book

Description:  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?

I Give This Book 3.5 Stars!

I have to be honest in saying if I would have bought this series I would have be extremely disappointed after the first couple books.  But, since I got these from the library, I don’t feel as let down.  I’m not saying that this is the worst book I’ve ever read.  Because they are a quick and easy read.  I just don’t feel anything for the characters.  I can’t put my finger on what it is.  The characters lack depth.  I don’t feel like I know much about them besides what is obvious.  I don’t think the words Goth and Vampire are character descriptions.  I like the story line though.  I just wish the lead characters added more to the story. 

 

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