Review- Vampyre Kisses by Elizabeth J. Kolodziej

I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
Vampyre Kisses is the debut novel from Elizabeth Kolodziej. This book was epic on multiple levels. What can I say, words escape me. The characters, the plot, the intensity, the dynamic scenes, just everything about this book will hold your attention which is important to me. From beginning to end I was just lost in the characters and their moments. It's different, it's fast going, and it left me demanding more!
This story is told from alternating points of view, Faith and Trent. There was also from Morgan and one from the sight unseen. I actually do not mind this because it lets us know what is happening or inside knowledge from more than one character.
The main character we follow is Faith, a fragile, independent woman who lives in New York and works as a secretary. Nothing was interesting in her life. One night she agrees to go to the Club X with her ex boyfriend or best friend Mac Edmunds and there she meets the alluring Trent who is about to turn her world inside out, but little does she knows  is that he is a vampire.
 Trent is a vampire with a conscience, who feels a bit like a monster, even if he does appreciate the vampire life. He doesn't want to force anyone into the life he leads and he doesn't like to, but he secretly hopes that one day he will find love and someone who will love him in return, even if he is a monster. When he meets Faith, he is so intrigued by her that he can not simply walk away from her, no matter how much his friends and maker might try to convince him that he should.
When they start hanging out together, odd things start happening: she is attacked in the park, and Trent knows he must come clean with her. The next thing she knows the master vampire and the werewolf royals are in her living room. It seems that the vampires blood gem and the werewolves moon gem have been stolen. Almost everything happens at the same time when, not only does she find out that she is the last witch in existence, but that her mother is a slayer and wants to kill the vampires, werewolves, and even Faith! Faith must train to hone her skills in preparation for the battle to get the gems back from the past master vampire, the past werewolf king, and Faiths mother.
The characters really drew me in and made me want to know what was going to happen and how would they make it through. This book comes highly recommended so go check it out!!

 

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Comment by Nedelea Sabrina on December 21, 2012 at 11:56am

I also have an interview with the author. Here is the link if you want to check it out: http://thebooktown.blogspot.ro/

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