this is the last book in the series and all though I love it I wish she had stretched it out instead of shoving so much into one book. There was so much going on with Stormy coming to visit, Raven being jealous of Luna knowing Stormy from before and their bond, Ravens love affair with Alexander and of course Luna still loving him. Trevor being in love with Raven and what he does, does really shock me. Her little brother dating Stormy. He's grown up so much in the series that I don't recognize him when the author describes him this time (being as tall as Raven??). Raven does get a little smart in the book and sets Luna up to get her off her boyfriends case. But that's really it. No other growth moments - other than tearing up watching her brother dance with Stormy. The ending shocked me for a loop but I was reading it so fast that I feel like it was rushed. It's an ok ending. I read it all in one day.
Stormy's visit stirs up the perfect immortal whirlwind. Raven is forced to take a good look at what it would really mean to be a vampire in the Sterling family, aside from some of the things she already loves, like shunning the sun and sleeping in a coffin with Alexander. When Raven compares her life with Stormy's, she can see that it's not all starry skies and black roses. But Raven knows she's always wanted to be a vampire.
Alexander is as romantic and dreamy as ever, and though he keeps showing Raven how much he loves her, will she ultimately be able to convince him that it's the right thing to turn her?
This final chapter of Vampire Kisses' nocturnal romance will keep all mortal and immortal hearts racing.