Book one: 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 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.
Book two: Love me Forever, I was so happy to hear more of Dixie and Kit togther, but the Stella & Justin was riduculous. 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".
Good read. Quick and easy. I enjoyed the stories the author had a new take on some vampire rules. I would read the next in the series.
The first novel, Kiss Me Forever, starts off slow but gets it together about 1/2 way or so through. I've seen this more than once with a writer. So, the first of a series is expected to have a hiccup or two. In any case, Dixie finds herself on foreign soil, with her newly inherited property (and problems). She falls for a one eyed vampire that is forbidden to take her life. It ends well.
The second novel doesn't lose the speed from the first, carrying over smoothly and keeping my interest. In this one, Dixie is back on her native soil. She is not the lead in this novel, but is a strong supporting character. Not my favorite author, but definitely a good writer.