Editorial Reviews. From the Back Cover. Athena “Stormy” Sterling is coming to Dullsville, and Vampire Kisses 9: Immortal Hearts by [Schreiber, Ellen]. Immortal Hearts concludes Ellen Schreiber’s romantic, exciting Vampire Kisses series. In Immortal Hearts from the popular Vampire Kisses series by Ellen. Immortal Hearts (Vampire Kisses, book 9) by Ellen Schreiber – book cover, description, publication history.
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I’m really not sad to see this series end. There is only one vampire who will,” he said confidently.
I’m extremely sad to see the series end, but it’s en The covor is beautiful! The thing that struck me about “Immortal Hearts” was that there was no suspense, no conflict. The more I reread this book, the more things I find that I just don’t like. I feel like all Raven has been, since the beginning, is super selfish and super demanding in what she wanted and for Alexander t Yea, this is still my least favorite in the series.
Immortal Hearts (Vampire Kisses, #9) by Ellen Schreiber
Didn’t much care for the ending. I’ve been loyal to this series for almost a decade and almost every book in the series got me through a lot of things during my angsty teenage years. So choppy and sloppy. I wish I knew what happened there I’m glad that the author and publisher didn’t try to force a 10th book on us.
That would be admirable if it wasn’t because Raven is just so immature, petty, childish and silly about it. Immortal Hearts continues to bring us deep into Raven and Alexander’s, in a word, unique romance. Alexander’s little sister is coming to town and Raven can’t wait to meet her and get to know her, but when Raven finds out herats Stormy and Luna, Raven’s enemy, have been schreeiber friends since the The characterisation in “Immortal Hearts” is very authentic and relatable.
It comes across as a very “thorough” exploration of surface issues. It’s been on my last nerve for a i,mortal books now. The following review covers the entire series: I was now on a new life path! Yea, this is still my least favorite in the series. The reason I’m giving this book 3 stars is because of Stormy. Preview — Immortal Hearts by Ellen Schreiber.
I loved how she had spunk and she really seemed to care for Raven once they connected. Except now, Raven’s fairytale of becoming immortal is questioned when Alexander’s little sister, Stormy, comes into town. Dec 24, Hannuh The is currently reading it. While Raven’s emotions were explored, and she grew in many ways, she somehow remained very simplistic. Dec 05, Sharrice rated it it was amazing Shelves: Quotes from Immortal Hearts.
Please email webmaster fantasticfiction. Every day and night i think of him and always wish he would come back to me, I was really upset and i needed help, so i searched for help online and I came across a website that suggested that Dr Unity can help get ex back fast. Raven is still set on becoming a vampire, never wondering about the effect this will have in her life and emotional ties with family and friends, but don’t worry, the author saved Raven and us from that by never actually having Raven care about it and going right in with the resolution we always knew these series would have.
Lists with This Book. He’s loved Raven for how long, since kmmortal kindergarden, and he’s tried to tell her, in his own way, for years. Immortal hearts” just cements this. She has immortsl wanted to be popular, just herself, and she always knew wh I can not believe this series ended.
Before I took pen to paper, I was an actress. It was cute while it lasted: Jan 03, Jen rated it it was ok. Mar 27, hayden marked it as to-not-read. It definitely made me more content with Raven’s final decision at the end. Do you want to live an awakened life, where uearts never grow old and you never die. He was kind enough to scheiber the manuscript to his publisher in Belgium–Facet–and they published it!
The only compelling reason for her to harts so was that she yearts been born that way, and known all her life who she was. The only thing out of place was Trevor and they swatted him away like a fly. I think I am actually glad it’s over. Her prose sounds like a tween’s blog “Luna was fabulously amazing as the Bride of Frankenstein with a pink monster-do”with matching dialogue “And these curtains!
Schreiber’s writing is as terrible as ever Seriously? I can not believe this series ended. Alexander tells Raven that she and his sister have a lot in common, but can the mini-Raven be everything she hopes for? When Raven compares her life with Stormy’s, she can see that it’s not all starry skies and black roses.
I won’t go into all the issues I had with this book derived mainly from the seriously immature characters and the ridiculous things they get themselves intobut I will say it schreiher a nice wrap-up to the series. If the phrase ‘Disgrace to literature’ ever meant anything, this book revolutionizes its definition.