The Coffin Club (Vampire Kisses, Book 5) by Ellen Schreiber

The Coffin Club (Vampire Kisses, Book 5)

Title: The Coffin Club
Author: Ellen Schreiber
Published: July 2008
Pages: 192
ISBN: 9780061288852
Source: Library

Description: 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?

I Give This Book 4 Stars!

This one is by far my favorite of the series.  At first, I was afraid it might be a repeat of things that have already happened since it once again seemed to involve Jasper.   Plus, so much of the book takes place at The Coffin Club, which we get a glimpse of in book 2.  But, this one packed a lot more punch than previous books.  First, Raven gets a much closer look into the vampire world than she has before.  She even make some new friends.  It was nice to see her finally fit in somewhere.  It also had a bit of mystery too it.   Of course, Raven can stay out of things.  Even if it’s a matter of life or death she doesn’t realize the danger she puts herself in (like a vampire blood vote!).  I also enjoyed the twist that came at the end.  It explained so much that happened throughout the story!


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