This review is from: Vampire Kisses (Vampire Kisses (Quality)) (Paperback)
Not exactly the most developed Vampire Novel I have read, not up there with the Twilight Series but definately in a similar sort of league as The Vampire Diaries and nearly up to the standard of The Night World Novels.
Very Cliche with the old style vampire myths followed with likeable enough characters, even if they don't seem to have an awful lot of dimension to them. It's questionable as to what relationships the characters actually have at some points, the reader is told that the characters are friends and just have to except this as there is never really are type of depth to this, eg. Raven and Becky, Matt and Trevor.
I was very confused at dates mentioned within the book, they seemed to make no sense, just to point out that halloween is only one day before November first, even though a LOT of time seemed to pass between the two dates.
This book opened a new path for me where I didn't find myself liking the "gentlemanly" vamp, who sometimes seemed to lose his gentlemanly ways, but instead the so called "Bully" Trevor, even if he was a bit of an ass, who in my belief had much better chemistry with Raven than the vamp, Alexander. He also got the better lines, and was a lot more interesting as a character.
I liked the book enough to carry on with the series, and I'm hoping it gets more...Dimensional, and has a bit more chemistry, as well as sense.