As a mortal girl dating a vampire, Raven knows that love isn't always easy. Now that Alexander's parents have returned to Romania, Raven and her dreamy vampire boyfriend are happy to resume their cryptic romance.
But soon another visitor comes knocking: Sebastian, Alexander's best friend, arrives for a stay at the mansion. At first Raven is wary, then thrilled—this is the perfect chance to learn more about her darkly handsome boyfriend and his past. Raven has been wondering whether Alexander will ever bite her and make their love immortal, and Sebastian could be her guide to the love habits of Alexander and his kind. But when Sebastian falls for a particular Dullsvillian, will another mortal beat Raven to the bite?
With suspense, danger, and a fabulous vampire party, this seventh book in the bestselling Vampire Kisses series continues the exciting nocturnal romance of Raven and Alexander.
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I've read this far into the series and I keep getting more bored with it. Im reading the series hoping it'll get better, but so far it leaves a bland taste in my mouth. Raven still annoys me with her constant talk on how goth something is, Alexander's still bland as ever, and also, there is basically no growth in this series. Neither Raven nor Alexander are really growing as characters, nor does their relationship, just making out, and Ravens obsession with Alexander changing her and for some reason he won't. So far the series is just doing the same thing over and over again, someone comes in on their lives and it puts Raven and Alexander's love in danger, they do something, everything is solved, we get it, and in between Alexander brags about how perfect Raven is and she still bratty as always. I'm tempted to read the eight book HOPING it gets better, and I REALLY hope it's the last one, though if it is I doubt it'll be good considering there really isn't at all a plot or growth in the series, it's like it's written just to be written. I wouldn't buy the book series, or this one, no plot, no character development, and just flat it stereotypical and boring.