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Dance with a Vampire (Vampire Kisses #4) by Ellen Schreiber

22 May

Dance with a Vampire (Vampire Kisses, #4)

Dance with a Vampire (Vampire Kisses #4)

Hardcover, 179 pages
Published July 1st 2007 by HarperTeen
My Rating: 5/5 stars
Description:
Theres a new vampire in town. His name is Valentine Maxwell. Goth-girl Raven knows this latest intruder can only mean trouble–hes the younger sibling of two vampires she fought to drive out of Dullsville. But when her brother, Billy, befriends this dangerous tween night prowler, the stakes are suddenly higher.
Review:
This book is the 4th book of the series. I find this book kind of romantic because it is about two lovers that live in 2 dimensional places, Raven live in the mortal world, and where her boyfriend, Alexander, live in an immortal world, which he is vampire. This book starts on what the third book left on, which when Raven brother, Billy, noticed this boy who was living in his friend, Henry tree house.
Raven and Alexander knew right away it was Jasper and Luna youngest brother, Valentine, looking for revenge. But, now the revenge was not on Raven, but to her brother, Billy. Raven is desperately getting her brother away from Valentine, but Billy won’t leave his friend. Raven couldn’t break the news that Valentine is a vampire, because Billy wouldn’t believe it. Valentine has a special power; he can feel others’ blood pumping. He read Raven and Alexander blood trying to find his brother and sister (Jasper and Luna ), but had no luck because Alexander and Raven was thinking about each other. One day when Raven came home, he noticed that Billy was missing, and that her parents told her that Billy was with valentine. Raven and Alexander went to the bat cave, they discovered on their date. when they went inside, the cave was split into 2 roads and Raven and Alexander had to split up finding Billy.
Raven found Billy, and Valentine was about to suck Billy, when Raven was fast enough to block him….
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