Kiss of the Vampire

  • by Terry Spear
  • Narrated by Becky Shrimpton
  • 6 hrs and 1 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The motto of the vampires is that humans have to deal with problems on their own. But when Levka and his friends risk all to save human girls, he is injured and so the adventure begins. A cruise. A human girl who is terrified of water. And a vampire who has targeted her for his mate. But she has some secrets of her own.
Forced to take a cruise ship to babysit her foster sister, Caitlin has to face her own demons. But add to that her foster sister's and her friend's antics and Caitlin's inability to use her witch's magic over water and she has little hope to enjoy this trip. Until she meets a wheelchair-bound teen and wants to make friends with him in the worst way.
Levka and his friends make a hasty retreat from Dallas before the vampire elders stake them for getting involved in human affairs--again. But when he meets Caitlin on the cruise ship, hating that he's so weak after being injured so severely that he has to use a wheelchair, he finds their troubles have just begun.

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Good story.

It says this is the first in the Blood Moon Series but there isn't a second. I would like to know what happened next.
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- Chris McNabb

Fantastic YA Vampire book :)

My Thoughts - 5 out of 5 Unicorns - I loved it!!!
***Received a code from the author to listen to and review the audio version of the book

The cover doesn’t really do anything for me, but the story is awesome.

New series and new narrator for me :) First impression of the narrator was that I thought it was weird; however, after you get to know the characters, I think it was a good fit and loved it :)

I really like Levka and his friends. I love their chivalry and that they feel obligated to help mortals. I love my main characters being good guys :) Caitlin is amazing because I don’t think I could endure her fear and traumas and not be a basket case. She is strong and stands for others even when she is scared. I love when the characters in the stories I read have outstanding character.

I really do love all of Terry’s works. She is fantastic at writing her scenes so pictures jump to your mind. I never have to worry about not being able to picture what is happening, and it makes it very easy to be sucked into the story and connect with the characters.

Now I’m going to be sad because I want to read more in this series, and I don’t think it is written yet or if it will be written.

I highly recommend this book to Terry Spear fans who are love the YA genre as well. It is a fantastic way to hook teen readers into become Terry fans :) I know my son is a fan and is always happy when we have another YA book by Terry to listen to :)
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- Casie L

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-09-2013
  • Publisher: Terry Spear