Kissing Coffins

Kissing Coffins

Book - 2005
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"Life in Dullsville has become far from dull for goth-girl Raven. After meeting Alexander Sterling--a night-thriving, shadowy dream guy--her dark world suddenly has a bright glow. But as in her favorite movie, Kissing Coffins, Raven knows that love always has its complications. And Alexander has a secret--a secret she must quietly guard. When he mysteriously disappears, Raven finds herself on a dangerous chase to find him. What she encounters is more terrifying than she could have imagined--including a life--transforming decision she may not be ready to sink her teeth into."--Dust jacket flap.
Publisher: New York : Katherine Tegen Books/HarperCollins Publishers, c2005.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780060776220
Call Number: SCHREIBER
Characteristics: 165p. ; 22 cm.
Subjects: Vampires -- Fiction.
Romance fiction.
Horror fiction.


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Shyann A Young Jan 20, 2012

this book was great and i loved it so much i want 2 reread it over and over again! >^_^<

Jun 13, 2010

KISSING COFFINS is a quick read for those looking for a vampire story without the blood and gore. However, the writing is often quite shallow, and the relationship between Raven and Alexander is never really fully developed enough for my taste. I'm will be reading the next book in the series though.

May 01, 2010

same as the first but jagger was awesome


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Sep 19, 2010

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Jun 13, 2010

Goth girl Raven is still trying to connect with her mysterious true love Alexander Sterling, who has disappeared from his mansion in Raven's small town, which she calls "Dullsville." Raven would like to know, among other things, if he wants to make her a vampire so she can be with him.

She learns that Jameson, Alexander's butler, placed an order for flowers from a nearby town that Raven labels "Hipsterville." Luckily her aunt lives there and she heads over for a visit during her spring break. Hipsterville offers stores specializing in Goth clothes, a Coffin Club night hotspot, and a historical society with clues about local mansions. As Raven tracks down her elusive boyfriend, she draws the attention of another vampire, one who also wants to find Alexander, but for dark reasons of his own. While she is enjoying fitting in with the Goth folks in Hipsterville, Raven does not want to draw Alexander into danger. But danger does follow her back to Dullsville...


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