- Paperback: 260 pages
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 16, 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 144146820X
- ISBN-13: 978-1441468208
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 8 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,775,423 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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What lengths are you willing to go to find truth, justice and revenge?
This is a thriller in many ways. Each character is carefully developed throughout the book. .... This story was fast paced from the prologue to the last sentence. The story is suspenseful and very entertaining.
Review by Janna Mashburn tinyurl.com/d3fplnd
I avidly look forward to everything Lee has to offer in print. Jeremy's Kiss left me waiting for more. ... after reading Jeremy's Kiss...it converted me to this genre'. I laughed and cried, and rooted for the characters .... Do not overlook this promising new author. He will not disappoint you.
Ruthane Pickersgill tinyurl.com/cogngxm
...yes, he published it himself via Create Space.
But guess what?
It's really good.
William Kerns, Lubbock Avalanche Journal 09/02/2012
About the Author
Lee was born in Marietta, Georgia in 1968. He found the love of reading at an early age and quickly read through hundreds of books by dozens of authors. While living in Horn Lake, Mississippi, Lee gave in to his desire to write the book he had been thinking about for almost a decade. Now living in Vancouver, WA with his wife and kids, his dream of being an author became reality when he self published Jeremy's Kiss.
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Well it made it into the house a couple of times because I could not wait for another day to continue reading.
This book builds slowly. But once you get into the meat of the storyline it sucks you in fast. (no pun intended).
The way the author gets to the plot, creating situations and keeping you tied up it amazing.
For a first book, this author has nailed it.
I am now waiting impatiently for the sequel.
I especially liked the strong women in Jeremy's Kiss - Lilith, the street waif who gets lucky and becomes a limo driver for a powerful queen of the underworld; and Natalie, the former Air Force soldier around whom the story revolves.
I've never read a vampire book that went quite so deeply into vampire politics. In Jeremy's Kiss, the governing structure of the vampire world, and the politics, are a central pillar of the story, lending it gravitas and dimension. All in all, an enjoyable read.
I wanted to add to my review. When I read this book. I would get frustrated when I got interrupted because it is so good that I had difficulty stopping. Like with most book I'm sure that I missed little details and nuances that I look forward to finding when I reread this book several times over.
Lee is the most astonishing author since Steven King. Anyone who gets and reads this first book will want everyone after. This author is definitely not a disappointment in any since of the word.
Natalie had gotten out of the Air Force to finish her degree and to begin in her chosen field. She knew nobody in the area except for one classmate who befriended her. They both were in their final semester. Jeremy never pressured her for more than friendship.
Lilith was only a young teenager when she met Li'l Mo, her boyfriend's uncle. He allowed her to stay temporarily at his place...that is until she was no longer able to stay.
The author has a few different situations occurring in this book, yet , he has titled each section in a way it is not at all difficult to follow. Therefore, the story steadily moves forward, never dragging. It is quite well written and descriptive with only a very few grammatical errors.
There are several more key characters involve in the events which unfold. The are well defined and the reader gets a sense of knowing them. The surrounding scenes are fairly well defined, as well. However, the familial situation pertaining to Natalie is slightly confusing and vague. Is she really all that close to her family or not? If so, what are their reactions to her absence? Do they keep in touch, etc.?
The book cover is way to fake! The girl appears to have gotten her teeth from a dollar store.
This would be an OK book for YA except for some sexual situations. There is no explicit sex but definite details. A college age YA would probably be OK in reading it.
All in all, I give it a solid Four Stars rating. It was well-written.
This book was sent to me by the author for an honest review, of which I have given.