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Vampire Kisses

"I want a relationship I can finally sink my teeth into."--Alexander SterlingChapter 1. Little MonsterIt first happened when I was five. I had just finished coloring in My Kindergarten Book. It was fi...

Kissing Coffins (Vampire Kisses #2)

It was like a final nail in a coffin. Becky and I were camped out in my darkened bedroom, engrossed in the eighties cult horror classic Kissing Coffins. The femme fatale, Jenny, a teenage, malnourishe...

Vampireville (Vampire Kisses #3)

I was ready to become a vampire. I stood alone in the middle of Dullsville’s cemetery, dressed in a black corset minidress, fishnet stockings, and my signature combat boots. I held a small bouquet of ...

Immortal Hearts (Vampire Kisses #9)

I was waiting for the other combat boot to drop.My life in Dullsville had turned perfectly exciting. I was living the nightmare I’d always dreamed of – I was in love with a gorgeous vampire, and I had...

Love Bites (Vampire Kisses #7)

It was a deadly kissthe kind of kiss that stole my breath, forced my heart into overdrive, left me hopelessly weakened and desperately gasping for more. The kind of kiss where I felt as if Id die if i...

Cryptic Cravings (Vampire Kisses #8)

I had to admit it, Dullsville was no longer dull.Infact, for me, RavenMadison, the morbidlymonotonous townI’d grownup inhad finallybecome the most exciting place on earth.Not onlywas Imadlyinlove with...

Dance with a Vampire (Vampire Kisses #4)

Since arriving at the Mansion shortly before Sunday morning’s sunrise, I’d been lying next to my vampire boyfriend, Alexander Sterling, as he slept the weekend sunlit hours away, hidden in the closet ...

Royal Blood (Vampire Kisses #6)

The letter arrived mysteriously. I imagined the deliverer was an enigmatic figure masked in a centuries-old black hooded cloak, slipping undetected through the darkness past the Mansion’s wrought-iron...

The Coffin Club (Vampire Kisses #5)

I flew from class like a bat out of hell.Dullsville High`s bell rang its final year-end ring and I was the first student to arrive at my locker. Normally the sound of the bell grated on my nerves like...