The Vampire's Kiss by Cynthia Eden

The Vampire's Kiss by Cynthia Eden is a quick, interesting read.

Savannah Daniels finds William the Dark, vampire for almost 1000 years, in order to ask him to turn her into a vampire. Why? Because she wants to avenge the deaths of her brother and sister-in-law, and the only way to kill the rogue vampire who murdered them is to become a vampire herself.

Lonely William the Dark has been tracking the same vampire, who happens to be his half-brother Gregory, for centuries. More than willing to aid Savannah with her search, his only requirement for turning her into a vampire is that she spend "forever" as his companion.

Sigh. Gush. Romance.

William is exactly my kind of romantic hero--tall, dark, handsome, scarred by life, but a marshmallow when it comes to "his woman." Savannah is the epitome of the strong heroine--intelligent, warm, and willing to brave her fears in order to avenge her brother and sister-in-law's deaths. They make an engaging couple, and I'm glad they find more than a small measure of happiness together.

My overall personal rating of The Vampire's Kiss is a B+.


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