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- Print Length: 214 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: June 2, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B005466JL4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,199 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Kiss of Death (The Briar Creek Vampires Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- Book 1 of 7 in The Briar Creek Vampires (7 Book Series)
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-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.Read more ›
that makes up for it.will be a pleasant way to spend some time.
some day i would like to know how shape shifters (like bat to human)are not naked or a bat with with jeans,tee,sneakers dragging thru the air behind them.
Lexi Hunter and her mother are headed back to the town of Briar Creek after they receive a call that her cousin Austin has been killed. It has been 10 years since Lexi and her mom left Briar Creek. Lexi starts to notice some very strange things going on around her and begins her own investigation into the death of her cousin. Some things just don't add up and makes her form more questions rather than answers. The aunt and uncle are pushing Lexi to spend time with Dan, Austin's best friend. What is up with that and is Dan really on the up and up?
Then we have Gabe........insert swoon here.......who is the mysterious neighbor who lives across the street from Lexi's aunt and uncle with his mother. Lexi starts to fall for him but of course her aunt and uncle tell her to stay away from him that he is nothing but trouble. I don't know about you but that just makes me want someone more. Lexi is not much different in this situation. He intrigues her too much!
And talk about cliffhanger! WOW.....and I will leave it at that.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These books are a bit of a mess - seriously, it's like there are paragraphs or pages missing, and things skip around (and not in a surrealist, Umberto Eco kind of way), sometimes... Read morePublished 7 months ago by V. L.
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. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Courtney Gaston
HOW IN THE WORLD IS THIS BOOK GETTING 5 STARS!!!
The writing is TERRIBLE. The flow of the story is choppy, and there are spelling and grammar mistakes galore. Read more
I loved this book. I'm 16 so it was perfect for me. I recommend this for people my age or older.Published on April 1, 2014 by Abby
Books were amazing, I never wanted to put it down. Read the whole series's in four days. Loved all the books.Published on February 5, 2014 by DONNA HAMILTON
Love the story and characters. I read it quickly and spent a good bit of time thinking about it. The reading is riveting . I wanted to be the characters and share the love.Published on January 5, 2014 by Amazon Customer
I enjoy books that break apart from the normal. While at many points I thought Lexington was a complete idiot the writers tended to weave a spectacular web of curiosity and... Read morePublished on October 24, 2013 by L.Gray
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