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Mar 30, graveyardgremlin formerly faeriemyst rated it it was amazing Shelves: Kiss Me Forever I thoroughly enjoyed this book! Being as I am fascinated by the mystery of Christopher Marlowe and love vampires, it was the perfect book for me. Kit was to die for and is now one of my fave vamps of all time.
Dixie was a smart heroine, which was nice, without being a Mary Sue. The humor was right up my alley and I just loved almost everything about it. I only have a few minor quibbles - some editing, a bit of the plot seemed to change around the page mark but it kinda makes Kiss Me Forever I thoroughly enjoyed this book! I only have a few minor quibbles - some editing, a bit of the plot seemed to change around the page mark but it kinda makes sense , and the remark that Ohio doesn't have that much sun.
Seeing how the author lives in Ohio, I don't get how she could write that. We have some killer sunlight, especially in the summer, and it makes no sense to me whatsoever. No biggie, but it boggled my mind anyway, and gave me a bit of a chuckle. LoL Still, overall it was a great, intelligent paranormal romance that while keeping 'typical' vampire characteristics, still made them fresh and innovative.
A wonderful read with terrific characters! I cannot wait to get to Tom and Justin's stories. Nov 17, Stacie rated it liked it. Kiss Me Forever, told from Dixie's Point of view. She moves to Britan after inheriting her Great Aunt's home looking for a fresh start from her own discombobulated life. Re-discovering herself in new surroundings helps her character tremendously. She falls for Kit Marlow yes the author really did use this name and based it on the real author only to discover he is really a vampire. Reguardless she is in-love This one was worth the read until an obvious transition part that led to s Book one: This one was worth the read until an obvious transition part that led to silly writing and over done ideas.
It really was sad reading this story fall apart. It almost felt like someone else entirely wrote the first half of the book. Fortunately it pulls together in the end. I did not really feel the same passion like the first book. The side storyline was really weak. Sam, Stella's son was cute, but that was about it.
I was so thankful when I finished dredging through this mess. Save yourself a headache and only read "Kiss Me Forever". Oct 17, Mary rated it liked it. I would actually give the first one closer to a 4; it was more literate than some in this genre, and I liked that she picked Christopher Marlowe as her historical vampire. The second one didn't grab me as much, and it wraps up rather too easily at the end.
Still not certain why Justin was let off the hook for violating the laws. My biggest complaint is the hideous job of proofreading throughout both books - "the" instead of "then," "Julian" instead of "Justin" at one point - where did that come f I would actually give the first one closer to a 4; it was more literate than some in this genre, and I liked that she picked Christopher Marlowe as her historical vampire. My biggest complaint is the hideous job of proofreading throughout both books - "the" instead of "then," "Julian" instead of "Justin" at one point - where did that come from?
Aug 09, penelopewanders rated it liked it. Enjoyable vampire stories set in contemporary times. Mar 13, Trianna Hyde rated it really liked it. This book intro's a Dixie LePage. Having just been fired from her job in American she wants to relocate for a while and consider her options away from the stressers of her regular life. So she comes to her newly acquired home in England. But all is not well her late grandmother was a secret witch and now some towns people will stop it nothing to get the secrets that her grand Kiss Me Forever: But all is not well her late grandmother was a secret witch and now some towns people will stop it nothing to get the secrets that her grandmother hid.
But Dixie finds she has an ally, Christopher Marlow Despite his best efforts, Christoper is bowled over by Dixie's attitude and her lust for life.
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Together they try to fight against those who would seek to do her arm while forming a love that they did not thought they would find. I loved this part of the book for its uncomplicated story.
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It was a love story with a little action thrown in. The characters mesh very well with each other. The characters don't seem to fight against their feelings, they only seem to fight against their circumstances. A very old vampire he has grown tired of his long life alone, having wasted years of his life in pursuit of a woman who does not love him. Although she is instantly attracted to Justin, she worries that she has nothing to interest Justin. Yet for the first time in so long Justin is excited for life and finds himself hopelessly in love.
Justin has to slowly break down the walls of Stella's mind and heart, to show her that love can and does exist. I loved this book because Stella knows almost instantly that she has fallen quickly and hard for Justin. Yet life has taught her to be extremely cautious with her life and that of her sons. Stella has worked hard for all that she has, even if it isn't very much by most people's standards, she worries about letting her attraction to Justin get attached for something she thinks will only be temporary.
I love how Justin's quiet strength and understanding combat against Stella's reluctance to love. Apr 21, Shilo Harney rated it it was amazing. Rosemary Laurey is one of my long time favorite authors. Her Forever Vampires series has sat on my shelf for years and been one of the only series I've been able to read over and over again like its the first time every time.
I've read these two books at least 15 times a piece.
The sex scenes aren't too raunchy, she does it in a classy way that doesn't sour your taste for the actual story, and it takes at least pages before she even gets into that. She really builds the romance between her c Rosemary Laurey is one of my long time favorite authors. She really builds the romance between her characters rather than just acting like people fall in forever love within 48 hours. Her characters are very dynamic from the sweet yet strong Dixie, to the stern but giving Kit she does it all.
No two characters seem exactly alike, nor do they only have one dimension.
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Aside from Christopher's niceness the other problem I had was that Dixie's introduction to the vampire world seemed liked it took over the whole book and the romance part was lost for a bit as she focused on other things and the story became a bit predictable. I wonder if the introduction to the vampire world was a bit much for me because there are so many vampire books out there now and each go way too in depth in describing that world. I feel like I should mention that this book was written in , and I believe that is just when paranormal romance started taking off, so while it seems a bit dated it wasn't for when it was published.
Despite all it's flaws, this book is what I call a great comfort read. Sometimes you just need a light read every now and then. I look forward to reading the other books in this series. Aug 29, Shannon Savhage Temptrest rated it liked it Shelves: I have to give Rosemary Laurey's "Kiss Me Forever" a 3-star rating because I did really like the vampire "idea" she had when writing the story and I liked the plot aspect of the book, but found the heroine a bit hard to take and some of the story a little off. Kit Marlowe never really went to his grave four hundred years earlier when he was knifed in a pub and he has never really considered his vampiric afterlife until he meets southern belle Dixie LePage.
Dixie has just inherited her deceased a I have to give Rosemary Laurey's "Kiss Me Forever" a 3-star rating because I did really like the vampire "idea" she had when writing the story and I liked the plot aspect of the book, but found the heroine a bit hard to take and some of the story a little off. Dixie has just inherited her deceased aunts' house in England and is surprised by her good fortune when she finds a virtual mansion and packed bank account that belongs to her alone. Unfortunately, there are some people and forces that don't want Dixie in the town let alone the house because the secrets that lie within the hamlet are to die for or to kill for in Dixie's case.
I did like Ms. Laurey's use of old superstitions when it comes to vampires, and I liked Kit Marlowe's character, for the most part. Dixie kind of annoyed me with her ignorance and her running into crazy dangerous situations. I do like the ending and I did enjoy meeting the side characters throughout the book, but the romance aspect between Kit and Dixie was just not exciting or erotic enough to be called romance.
I do realize this is a reprint and that the author did groundbreaking work when she wrote this tale, but it was just a little too tame for my liking. It is, however, a good read for those who enjoy light romance, laugh-out-loud moments, and classic depictions of what vampires once were!
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This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book had the beginnings of being really good. The premise of an American, Dixie LePage, coming over to claim her inheritance in the form of an old house was fun and charming. I loved the underlying sinister element that was peppered all throughout the first half of the book.
Where her aunts witches? What was Sebastian's real motive? When would Dixie find out that Christopher was a vampire? It kind of reminded me of a Miss Jane Marple book, where everyone knew everyone's business and murder This book had the beginnings of being really good.
It kind of reminded me of a Miss Jane Marple book, where everyone knew everyone's business and murder was on the horizon. I didn't find this book to be so much paranormal in nature as it was more of a mystery to me. There was really no foray into the vampire world or into the witches coven for that matter.
It was obvious that Sebastian was trying to kill off Dixie to get his hands on her dead aunts' journals. It was obvious that Dixie was falling for Christopher, the local vampire. However, I felt the story was lacking something. When Sebastian killed Dixie and she became a vampire, the story lost its steam. I wanted more to happen between Christopher and Dixie - I wanted Dixie to get major revenge on Sebastian; but what I got was a weak ending to what could have been a fun, entertaining story.
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I clearly struggled to finish the last quarter of this book. However, I'm not writing off the series just yet. Jun 24, Jessica rated it did not like it Shelves: It seems like the author was going for intrigue and a plot twist but it just kinda flopped. Since i have no clue whats going on the whole thing just seems like mindless drivel. Heroine sees intruder, heroine cleans house, heroine has dinner at local pub either avoiding or enjoying male advances depending on who it is , heroine whines about love life without actually ever telling us why she doesnt like men The only moderately interesting part i found is her finding a hidden garden with stone penises The heroine is apparently a great beauty but personality wise shes a mousy little thing.
She has multiple break ins people constantly acting weird but she never once goes hey wth is going on here. The hero is Kit marlowe Hes got some weird issues but again we have no clue why. There may have been plot by the end but i just couldnt find enough of one to justify finishing. The writing was ok but again not good enough for me to finish in spite of all the other deficiencies.
May 31, Samantha rated it really liked it. Honestly I just got this book because my favorite author, Christine Feehan, had a quote about it on the front cover. I was at the Dollar General looking at the limited amount of books they have there, saw the book and started to pass it when I saw the name.
So I grabbed it. I did like it but there were some things that kind of threw me off. You can only walk on your native soil? That little tidbit just seemed rather unnecessary and just too much work. She has to have shoes with soil in the sole, shower with dirt bags strapped to flip-flops, and make sure that her side of the mattress is stuffed with her native soil? It just seemed like that was thrown in for filler, wanting to make the book a little longer.
The writing was just a tad simple for my tastes and it was a little boring at moments but, there was a good amount of plot that kind of made up for it. Thank you for reading my review. May 01, Crystal rated it liked it Shelves: I finished it up after a few nightly reads. It's a good premise, some interesting Vamp lore going on. I feel these vamps are more along the lines of Lyndsay Sands's Agenteau vamps but less funny, more mystery. I liked Dixie but honestly I can't tell if this I finished it up after a few nightly reads. I liked Dixie but honestly I can't tell if this is a British writer writing Americans or an American trying to be British.
I think it's the first since I live in the south and Dixie only used y'all once in the entire book. She spoke more british than anything else. There is also an enormous amount of exclaimation points! While it's easier to identify books with similar titles as a series, it can confuse the hell out of readers. Take in point me and my ebook. I have all 5 books downloaded and am 70 pages into KEEP me forever before Irealized I might have the wrong book and that might be why I was so damn confused.
I will now start on KISS me forever and hope the spoliers I read in the other don't ruin it too much. Aug 11, Theresa rated it it was amazing. This takes place in Northern England. Dixie LePage has inherited a neglected, eerie mansion from her 2 eldery, eccentric aunts. She travels from America to inspect it intending to sell, but is strangely drawn to it and decides to stay and fix it up. She meets two men when she arrives. Her obnoxious lawyer, Sebastion Caughleigh, who tries to convince to leave and a mysterous stranger, Christopher Marlow, who wants to search her library for antique books to buy.
Her life is threatened multiple times This takes place in Northern England. Her life is threatened multiple times and the mysterous stranger always seems to be there save her. I know this sounds like a scary mystery story and being with vampires it is. But it's also a wonderful love story. Dixie is a determined young woman who refuses to give up on future with her passionate but reluctant vampire.
The traits and abilities of the vampires are mostly traditional with a few interesting twists. Though I hate the idea and inconvenience of the 'native earth'. And it's hard determine who she can trust among the local citizens. When Dixie overturns a table on top of her lawyer Sebastion. Dec 12, Teresa Kleeman rated it it was amazing.
She's a southern beauty who learns she's inherited a house in England from her Great Aunts. When Dixie arrives in England she is thrusted with so many problems and qualms. It's almost like she's being jinxed with problems. The house she inherits has a large library, she has an offer by a man name Marlowe to buy all her books that has to do with magic. Dixie finds herself amongst witches and Vampires. I wish I could say this was a easy romance, but nothing in life is easy.
So if you interested an funny and supense romance this is the book along with all the others Rosemary writes in this series. I've thoroughly have enjoyed it. Jul 20, nimrodiel rated it liked it Shelves: I wish that I had realized this was the first book in the series before I read Be Mine Forever last week. I spent much of the first third of the book thinking these events sound familiar, only to realize that it was because I had recently seen them described briefly.
It was a quick read. The story was entertaining. Maybe it's just me but this past year I have seen way too many Kit Marlowe as a supernatural being refe I wish that I had realized this was the first book in the series before I read Be Mine Forever last week.
Maybe it's just me but this past year I have seen way too many Kit Marlowe as a supernatural being references. And while it was cute in Only Lovers Left Alive it kind of grated on me in this book. I think that part of it had to do with the fact that this is a very interesting historical figure and very little of his past is used in development of the character.
All in all, the book was enjoyable, but not the best paranormal romance that I have read. Jul 19, Kate rated it liked it. He claims to be a vampire named Christopher Marlowe, as in THE Christopher Marlowe, famous playwright, c f there is one thing Dixie LePage does not need in her life, it's complications. Apr 18, Khalia Hades rated it it was amazing Shelves: I'm not going to go deep with this one.
The story is set in a lovely English village with a heroine and a handsome guy All in all, and I am so freaking sorry, this kind of reminded me of True Blood. Its a nice little read for a boring Sunday afternoon. The characters are charming nonetheless I gave it a five star rating because I bought the mass market paperback book at a I'm not going to go deep with this one.
I gave it a five star rating because I bought the mass market paperback book at a dollar store and purchased it for.. I believe it deserves more than that. Jan 06, Britt rated it really liked it. Rosemary is one of my fave authors. This paranormal romance takes me to another place that blends old world gentleman with today's new independent woman.
Dixie's character thorughly tickled me because she represented the good old southern bell from America lost in a sea of English woman and gents. I love that she keeps her independence and wants answers and just doesn't accept the "status quo. Laurey's style of writing mixes old school England with a modern twist. Jan 31, Livvie rated it liked it. I'm giving this 3 and a half stars. While Kit and Dixie make a likable pair, their love story was not a fiercely passionate, draws you in type.
The supporting characters were a bit dry, Tom and Justin while likable were dull and didn't fill you with a passion to go on to read their tales. Overall it was a decent read, but I wouldn't recommend it to anyone looking for so I'm giving this 3 and a half stars. Overall it was a decent read, but I wouldn't recommend it to anyone looking for something exciting to read. Mar 23, Brittany rated it liked it Shelves: Very interesting world and take on vampires. I highly enjoyed using a famous writer from history an turning him into a vampire. I enjoyed the development of the romance and the dedication to each other once it was found.
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I am happy how everything turned out too. It was pretty predictable but the specifics were still interesting to read. I loved how Dixie got Sebastian to talk: I will definitely pick up the next in the series. I find myself anxious to read how the other vampires introduced in t Very interesting world and take on vampires. I find myself anxious to read how the other vampires introduced in this book evolve and find their loves, if they find them at all!
Aug 20, Camilla rated it liked it Shelves: I liked this one. I think it had an interesting plot, and for some reason I liked that the 'hero' wasnt as sappy as the vampire guys tend to be in other books, when they find their "mate". That was a nice change. And Dixie definitely wasnt sappy either.. If you're into steamy "romance" scenes in bed, this one definitely isnt for you.. Its very pg, and the hottest you'll get is a french kiss.. And that kinda sucks. But thats just me.. May 05, Larissa Katarina rated it it was ok. I liked the idea of this book.
When I read the back of the book I thought it could be good.
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It was a little too slow for me, I like fast paced books that get to the point very quickly and then unfold. This was like a slow burn to me. The main characters were interesting and did make me laugh at some parts.