Kiss Of Death

Blood Kissed, #1

Kiss of Death is my first read from Seleste deLaney, and I understand there are a couple of prequels out there. Whereas I understood the story, I would have preferred to read them in order and had a little back story. That being said Kiss of Death was a great read. I really liked Jocelyn, the lead character, and who doesn’t love a good love interest or two, or maybe even three! I started out liking Chad and then Max. I have to say the bad guy getting the girl would not upset me. Ms. DeLaney has a way with intriguing the reader with the interplay of the main characters and the why vampires want Jocelyn. This was a great read and I cannot wait to see where we go next from our cliffhanger. I do recommend readers start out with the prequels listed below and to read this series in order.

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Now engaged to Chad, Jocelyn thought her vampire worries were over. Than Max comes back…even though she drove a stake through his heart. Now she must rely on the two men who want her. When she is pulled deeper into the vampire community Jocelyn must choose who to trust, for if the elders knew who she was they would either seek to make her their own, or destroy her.

Blood Kissed Series: (prequel #1) Of Course I Try, (prequel #2) The Ghost of Vampire Present, Book 1- Kiss of Death


Book Blurb for Kiss Of Death

Too many years of killer vamps have triggered the curse of the Blood Kissed. They've awakened the bloodline that can alter their world, because her blood has the power to control them all--even make them destroy each other.

Jocelyn thought her troubles with vampires were over when she drove a stake through her boyfriend Max's heart one year ago. Even though she's engaged to Chad, she's never really forgotten him.

Now Max is back, and Chad is taking her into the heart of the vamp community--and they're the ones trying to keep her alive. The ones who love her and each seek to claim her for their own. Because once the elders know who she is, they're all going to want her...or want her dead. (195 Pages)


Night Owl Reviews Oct, 2012 4.00