Kiss of Death

Kiss of Death By Debbie Viguié, Kiss of Death In the wake of a failed attempt to defeat the vampire Richelieu Susan and her friends are weakened and divided Raphael must set aside his animosity and join with his enigmatic sire Gabriel to discove
  • Title: Kiss of Death
  • Author: Debbie Viguié
  • ISBN: 9781455518012
  • Page: 121
  • Format: ebook
  • Kiss of Death By Debbie Viguié, In the wake of a failed attempt to defeat the vampire Richelieu, Susan and her friends are weakened and divided Raphael must set aside his animosity and join with his enigmatic sire Gabriel to discover a powerful weapon before Richelieu claims it Meanwhile, Susan and her cousin Wendy translate a 12th century diary belonging to their ancestor, Carissa, to learn the originIn the wake of a failed attempt to defeat the vampire Richelieu, Susan and her friends are weakened and divided Raphael must set aside his animosity and join with his enigmatic sire Gabriel to discover a powerful weapon before Richelieu claims it Meanwhile, Susan and her cousin Wendy translate a 12th century diary belonging to their ancestor, Carissa, to learn the origin of their family s connection with the vampires As Carissa s story of love and betrayal unfolds, they discover the secrets of the present will only be revealed by solving the mysteries of the past.
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    1. Debbie Viguié

      Debbie Vigui is the New York Times Bestselling author of than three dozen novels including the Wicked series co authored with Nancy Holder In addition to her epic dark fantasy work Debbie also writes thrillers including The Psalm 23 Mysteries, the Kiss trilogy, and the Witch Hunt trilogy Debbie also plays a recurring character on the audio drama, Doctor Geek s Laboratory When Debbie isn t busy writing or acting she enjoys spending time with her husband, Scott, visiting theme parks.

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    1. Every person, no matter their circumstances, past, or the evil they have done can be redeemed by God through the blood of Christ In the end, the blood is all that matters Author Debbie Viguie In the second book in the Kiss Trilogy, Kiss of Death picks up where her debut novel Kiss of Night left off This is a wonderful and in my personal opinion a well written alternative to those Twilight fans, who are looking for a Christian alternative As Debbie discusses what made her write this novel and if [...]

    2. I have to start this review out with this comment, I had read a book a while ago by this author and loved her quirky writing style so I really hadn t read up on what this book was about, so imagine my surprise to find out this was a vampire novel I normally don t do vampire stuff Now with that disclaimer out of the way, I have to say I loved this book I was so disappointed when the end came, and I am hoping desperately that I am able to review the next one Debbie if your reading this email me LO [...]

    3. While I m a huge fan of Christian fiction I m also a huge fan of paranormal fiction Debbie Viguie s Kiss trilogy combines my love of both genres in an intriguing and thought provoking way You may wonder how a vampire fits into Christian fiction but fantasy is a tool often used in story telling think books by C.S Lewis to make difficult themes easier to understand The symbolism of the blood in this story is certainly easy to see However, the book isn t in the least bit preachy so even if you don [...]

    4. After reading Kiss of Night last October, I was looking forward to of the story Susan, Wendy, and David are now working with the vampires Paul, Gabriel and Raphael to try to stop Richelieu, who is after priceless artifacts Not all turns out so well when they meet up Susan and Wendy start reading Carissa s diary to try to find out about their past and how they got involved with vampires in the first place They find out that Carissa was betrayed and thrown in prison by her own husbandleft to die [...]

    5. Wow This book is my first favorite read this year Even better than Book 1 Carissa s story is literally enthralling I have no choice but to read the last book in the trilogy just to see what the heck happens to her.The story is mostly about her with a modern day frame story outlining it, which is being read by both Susan and Wendy in the form of Carissa s diary There is enough intrigue and intersection of the two stories being told that you see, by the end, how they connect At least in one respec [...]

    6. Kiss of Death is the second book in the Kiss Trilogy by Debbie Viguie This series is a very unique and defining series among the ranks of stories that feature and deal with vampires and vampire lore It is a story that is both touching and challenging, and once you stare into its captivating eyes, you will already be risking all and feeling the effects of your own inner struggle when the real bite of this story begins to take hold of you I don t imagine that this is your typical vampire story, an [...]

    7. Kiss of Death is definitely better than Kiss of Night I absolutely LOVED the flashback diary scenes to 1198, where you learn of the origins of Raphael and Gabriel, and their connection with Carissa and Fleur the ancestors of present day cousins, Susan and Wendy However, I found even that I just do not care about Susan, Wendy, and David could they have boring names I didn t like any of them in the first book, mostly because I didn t get to know them there was just no character development The [...]

    8. Kiss of Death is the second book in the Kiss Trilogy by Debbie Vigui Set shortly after the events in the first book Susan and her friends are recovering from their encounter with Richelieu an evil vampire Now, after uncovering his plans, Gabriel and Raphael must do what they can to stop Richelieu before it s too late Meanwhile, Susan, Wendy learn of the past through an ancient diary, telling the story of their ancestor, and their friend Gabriel.Debbie Vigui s Kiss of Death takes place alternate [...]

    9. Raphael and his sire Gabriel must go on the hunt for Richelieu and his army of vampires Richelieu is searching for any artifact that may have the blood of Christ on it The blood of Christ will give him power to win the coming battle Raphael and Gabriel must stop him before it is too late.Meanwhile Wendy has returned to Prague from America She and Susan are staying in Prague to help David recuperate from his last encounter with vampires Gabriel has given Wendy and Susan their great great etc ance [...]

    10. I had been waiting for the second book of the Kiss Trilogy, and could not wait to read it since I remember that I had loved the first book Kiss of Night When I started reading this novel I was utterly confused I guess I drew a blank because I could not remember any of the characters I went back to the first book read the synopsis again and read all of the reviews, but still was coming up short I decided to read the book anyway said I would figure it out along the way like I do most other books.W [...]

    11. Kiss of Death is an exciting, superbly written book, an excellent follow up to the first book in the series, Kiss of Night I never thought I d be writing rave reviews about Christian vampire novels, but that is exactly what I find myself doing Some people may not be comfortable with a few of the scenes dealing with vampires drinking blood and such things But honestly such scenes are handled well, and the author does a tremendous job of creating monsters that invoke the reader s sympathies, leavi [...]

    12. it s been a while since I read the first book so it took me some time to remember who was who and how they got where they were I really enjoyed this book so than I remember the last one Susan and Wendy translate a diary of their many times great aunt, Carissa, and learn about the past and the family connection to vampires It was very exciting and dangerous we learned much about Gabriel the vampire and his connection to Carissa and how they formed unlikely partnership in the 12th century they ea [...]

    13. Review written for books n kissesThis book is the second in the Kiss Trilogy and I have to say that I did not read the first one so I was a bit confused on why there was a vampire war and how the humans got involved in it The book does give you a bit of background so that helped but it really did not answer all my questions.The book has an interesting twist in that it is a christian vampire story There is a number of references to God yet its about vampires very interesting The characters are ap [...]

    14. Kiss of Death is a very exciting Christian vampire novel a battle of good versus evil Susan, Wendy, and David are working with the vampires Paul, Gabriel, and Raphael they are trying to stop the evil vampire Richelieu, who is after priceless artifacts Raphael and Gabriel are off trying to find Richelieu and find the artifacts before he does Susan and Wendy are translating the journal of their relative Carissa They are trying to find out about their past and how they got involved in the first pl [...]

    15. Another deliciously intriguing entry I always approach sequels with trepidation because they are often disappointing Fortunately, this book proved to be an exception I was sorry that time was not spent with Susan and Raphael, but I absolutely fell in love with Carissa and Gabriel Alas, I still don t care about David and Wendy On to the next book Here s hoping that it will be just as good

    16. Kiss of Death alternately tells the story of present day Susan, Wendy, and David as they help battle evil with the vampires Gabriel and Raphael while also telling the tale of Susan and Wendy s family, namely Carissa of Bryas, a thousand years ago As the midpoint of the trilogy, this novel keeps the story going, while also exploring the reason behind a lot of the characters actions I definitely enjoyed this installment and can t wait to read the final book.

    17. Ohhhhh my gosh This installment was fantastic I dare say, it was better than the first The flash backs are written so well While there was as cheesy lines, I would not have wanted it any other way I absolutely love characters and I m still rooting for Paul Please let him be ok I can t believe I have to wait for the conclusion How will I make it I trust it will all work out but I third and final book cannot come fast enough Excellent work

    18. The second book in Debbie Viguie s Kiss Trilogy picks up where the first book left off.I really liked this book Debbie does a good job of incorporating Christian themes as well as keeping you hooked I know that I was tense all through the last part of the book especially once they honed in on the shroud.This is a series about redemption and focuses on one question in particular What would happen if a vampire were to fully accept Christ and the power of his love

    19. I loved this book just as much as the first one The author s writing is simply amazing, she captivates you from the very start The story picks up where the last book ended which I thought was appropriate I also loved the fact that we get a lot back story this time, and the way the author incorporates the back story with the present day is brilliant I can t wait to get my hands on the next book

    20. So, I started with the her first book Kiss of Night , LOVED it This 2nd book in this trilogy has me MESMERIZED Lol The storyline takes twists and turns unexpectedly and before I knew it I was done with book 2 Now, on to book 3 I am trying to read this slowly but honestlyI can t

    21. Awesome story It took me a few pages to get into it, but, when I did I couldn t put it down I will be looking for the others in this series.

    22. I liked this better than the first book, looking forward to the last book and how Carissa and Gabriel s story ends, and Susan and Rafael s story too.

    23. i liked it and did not expect the end it just made my face go like O i would like to continue with the next book

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