I was not impressed with Laurey's writings and every time I almost became emeshed in the book, another inconsistincy would pop up. This is a pet peave of mine but if you don't mind character personalities being comepletely different than how they were in previous books then enjoy.
Part of the Vampire Series: Note Stories 1&2 are combined in 1 book.
#1 - Kiss me Forever: Christopher(Kit) & Dixie's Story
#2 - Love Me Forever: Justin & Stella's Story
#3 - Be Mine Forever: Tom & Angela's Story
#4 - Keep Me Forever: Anotnia & Michael's Story
#5 - Midnight Lover: Toby & Laura's Story
Each story shakes up the vampire colony a little more
So, I gave this book about 200 pages before I could absolutely go no further. I thought the plot was very interesting. However, I could not get pass words like do-do, clever clogs(whatever that is) bonkers and haven and stars. I guess it was just to PG for me. I would have rated it better but the like I said it was just to PG.
Four months ago, they were attacked by a rogue vampire and changed into ghouls with no memories of who they were or what they became. In Chicago Vlad Tepes found them and brought them to Ohio and the community of vampires living there. It was discovered that the women Jane and Angela were ghouls even though none of the vampires know what that entails or what powers they have. Jane stays in Ohio with Kit Marlow and his wife Dixie while Angela goes to England to stay with Justin and Stella, married vampire couples.
Tom Kyd is in love with Angela which brings out his protective streak so that Angela finally rebels and goes to Devon without telling him to follow-up on a clue to her identity. Tom follows her and they search for clues together but the vampire that turned Angela into a ghoul has attacked and nearly killed Justin and the leader of the vampire community. He is coming for Angela and she must use the powers of a witch's coven as well as the vampire community if she hopes to defeat him.
Rosemary Laurey is one of the best writers of vampire romantic thrillers on the market today. Her characterizations are brilliant and complex, her pacing is just right and there is enough romance and action to keep readers absorbed in BE MINE FOREVER. There are other vampire characters who deserve their own story so hopefully this isn't the end of Ms. Laurey's magnificent vampire series.
The controlling male vampire act got a little old after a few pages but other than that it was a good read.