Kiss of the Vampire

Kiss of the Vampire

Francine Pascal Laurie John / Feb 20, 2020

Kiss of the Vampire A creature of the nightElizabeth Wakefield is falling in love with Nicholas des Perdu her boyfriend Tom Watt s new boss Nicholas is tall dark dangerously handsome and keeper of deadly secret Will E

  • Title: Kiss of the Vampire
  • Author: Francine Pascal Laurie John
  • ISBN: 9780553566901
  • Page: 251
  • Format: Paperback
  • A creature of the nightElizabeth Wakefield is falling in love with Nicholas des Perdu, her boyfriend Tom Watt s new boss Nicholas is tall, dark, dangerously handsome and keeper of deadly secret Will Elizabeth abandon her friends, her family and even her life to be with the man she longs for Jessica Wakefield is desperate to save her twin sister but she s uA creature of the nightElizabeth Wakefield is falling in love with Nicholas des Perdu, her boyfriend Tom Watt s new boss Nicholas is tall, dark, dangerously handsome and keeper of deadly secret Will Elizabeth abandon her friends, her family and even her life to be with the man she longs for Jessica Wakefield is desperate to save her twin sister but she s up against a force stronger than any she s ever known Together Jessica and Tom must fight the evil that threatens to destroy them all.Don t shut your eyes, Sweet Valley Nobody sleeps tonight.

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      • Francine Pascal Laurie John

        Francine Pascal May 13, 1938 is an American author best known for creating the Sweet Valley series of novels In 1982 she created the characters and the stories for the first six books and her agent, Amy Berkower of Writers House sold them to Bantam Books Book number one is mostly written by Ms Pascal From then on she wrote the stories for every book ever published in the series After the first book ghostwriters were hired and edited by Dan Weiss packaging company.Ms Pascal was married to writer John Pascal July 8, 1932 January 7, 1981 , and her brother was Broadway lyricist Michael Stewart August 1, 1924 September 20, 1987.She now divides her time between homes in New York and the south of Francecmillan author franci


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    1. When it comes to vampires, these girls never learn. First Jessica and now Liz.Tom wins a scholarship in New Orleans for a few days (in the middle of October? Okay.) with noted journalist Nicholas des Perdu. Liz and Jess are busy decorating the local Hollow House for an upcoming Halloween bash. Liz is so pathetic that when she finds out about Tom’s internship - which is literally 48 hours - she does not know how in the world she can get on without him. Once he leaves she mopes and counts the ho [...]


    2. When in the middle of the reading i can already make some hypothesis on what already happened and the probably of the endings, but i still stick until the end.


    3. The last we read of Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield, they were on a summer cruise ship after their freshman year of college. Now, get ready for something a little scarier. In this thriller edition, the girls and their friends are back at school and getting ready for Halloween.When Tom wins a journalism contest, he flies to New Orleans to spent time with a famous reporter. But, as soon as he gets there, he’s sucked into the man’s spell. Nicholas is charming, absorbing, persuasive, very pale, [...]


    4. I wish I had read more of Francine Pascal's Sweet Valley SVU series when I was younger. I admit, I was never much into her earlier books when I was considerably much younger (mostly, it was your everyday drama that your everyday girl dealt with while in school; mundane; jealousies, mostly; I was never one who read a lot into romances or cat fights; those type of novels just never were my type of thing) but this series was very different from her other novels (including her college series, which [...]


    5. Seriously bad. I mean SERIOUSLY BAD. It gets 3 stars because it's SO funny. I'm amazed at how readily they accept that he's a vampire. I also love how completely ripped off this book is, from all the weird films they made of 'Dracula' (though those films never actually used the real story from the book). Perhaps my favourite bit, though, is how somehow it's Halloween a book that comes AFTER their Christmas bookd yet they're still in their first year of university and still 18 years old. And perh [...]


    6. This was the first Sweet Valley University book I have read and I really enjoyed seeing the twins older and in college. I also enjoyed meeting a new group of friends. The story line was good as well although not very original. I will read more of the twins adventures in college and see where their lives go from here.





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