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Kiss of Death (The Briar Creek Vampires Book 1) by [Morse, Jody, Morse, Jayme]
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Length: 214 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • File Size: 2245 KB
  • Print Length: 214 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: June 2, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005466JL4
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Ive never written a review before and I have a strong desire to critique this book. story line was so so.. but the main character was horrible. The authors seem like children with no heart. They lack the proper emotions for certain situations. the editing was horrid. errors left and right. I am an avid reader and will read pretty much anything and accept the book for what it is.. but i found myself getting very angry with the main character. The one plus in this book was the cliff hanger ending.. I purchased the second book and once i found out what they wanted from her i was done.
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This book lacked in character development so thoroughly that the only reason I finished the book was to try and understand what I missed - which was apparently nothing. So girl heads to her long-lost relatives for a funeral, and on her first night back simultaneously "falls in love" with the boy across the street, and begins to develop a relationship with her dead cousin's best friend. And throughout the book girl acts like a typical "misunderstood" annoying teen, complains about her relatives (when she should have been running away, if she was smart) and attracts the attention of every guy in town. Lexi has no personality, her relationship with Gabe has no basis for love aside from mutual attraction, and necessary dialogue/development seems to be missing from the story. None of the relationships that are the basis of this book make any sense - nothing about this book is realistic. And when dealing with paranormal, something has to seem realistic for the rest of the story to be believable. Save yourself the time and money - don't bother with Kiss of Death unless you are looking to be fully annoyed.
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Kiss of Death was the first Jayme and Jody Morse book I read and I loved it! The story drew me in instantly and kept me guessing with all the twists and turns.

Lexi Hunter and her mom came to Briar Creek after years away from Lexi's cousin, Austin's wake. Austin was supposedly killed by a wild animal, but Lexi knows something just doesn't add up. Since she is staying with her Aunt and Uncle (Austin's parents), she asks questions about his death to get to the bottom of Austin's death. When reading the book, you really get a feel for the mystery of the town which really draws you in and keeps you wanting to read more.

Dan, Austin's best friend, shows interest in Lexi, but so does the mysterious Gabe who lives across the street. The night before Lexi and her mom head home, they get attacked and Lexi's mom is killed. Lexi's mom was said to have died from e-coli, but Lexi knows this couldn't be since her mom is a vegetarian. Lexi is positive her mom was murdered and is determined to get to the bottom of it.

Since the death of Lexi's mom, her Aunt and Uncle become her legal guardians and they are too controlling for Lexi's liking. Since Lexi's Aunt and Uncle are determined that she dates Dan, she gets put off a little by him. However, she is totally swept off her feet by Gabe who her Aunt forbids her to see, which only makes it more intriguing.

Throughout this book, you can never really tell who is on Lexi's side and it keeps you guessing and changing who you like throughout the book. This was an awesome book and I can't wait to share more of the series with you!

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What I liked:
-The beginning. The opening scene was what initially drew me into the story, and I found myself thinking that if the rest of the book was as mysterious, this would be an awesome read. Even though Austin seemed a little cocky and unlikable, I liked seeing things from his point of view.
-The ending. The final chapter was the only thing that kept me from giving this book two stars. It was completely out of the blue and full of suspense and I never saw it coming. The ending was one of the only things about this book that I really liked, and I think it made Gabe’s character more interesting.
-The carnival. This was the best scene in the entire book—Lexi started noticing some weird things and she was attacked. That was pretty much the only action in the entire thing.

What I disliked:
-Lexi. She was kind of annoying and her attitude toward Mary-Kate really irked me. I know teenage girls can be a little catty sometimes, especially when it comes to girls liking boys they themselves like, but she really annoyed me. She went on and on about Mary-Kate’s sluttiness when Lexi was the one making out with Gabe after knowing him for like one night, and for making out with Dan, and for lusting after both Craig and Brandon as well.
-Plot. I felt like the plot didn’t really go anywhere. Lexi said she was determined to find out what happened to both Austin and her mother, but she didn’t really do much about it. She seemed to forget about both of them pretty quickly, especially when Gabe was involved. If my mom had died, I’d be a little less worried about looking nice for the neighbor boy and a little more focused on investigating. But that’s just me.
-Romance. Gabe and Lexi were supposed to be in love, but I honestly didn’t see it. At all.
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