Although it has a promising premise, The Vampire's Kiss doesn't quite live up
to expectations. The romance between the main characters is uninteresting, and the love scenes are bland. Plus, despite quite a bit of action, the plot
falls flat, and it's difficult to remain engaged in the story. For a paranormal romance, this is mediocre fare.

Devastated by the murder of her twin brother, Savannah has discovered a diary written centuries ago that tells the story of William Dark's life and eventual rebirth as a vampire. Additional research leads her to accept that he is no ordinary man, he's a creature of the night.

When Savannah shows up on his doorstep looking for help in avenging her brother's murder, she is surprised to find herself captivated by the handsome man who greets her.

(Apr., 200 pp., $13.75)
Reviewed by: 
Jen Schaefer