Kiss Me Forever / Love Me Forever

Kiss Me Forever / Love Me Forever Review

Kiss Me Forever

He's Hot. He's Sexy. He's Romantic. He's Immortal.

If there is one thing Dixie LePage does not need in her life, it's complications. And the man sitting across the table from her in a crowded English pub, the one offering to buy the library of her inherited estate in a small English village, is a major complication. For starters, there's the broad shoulders. The slightly amused smirk. That smoldering look that makes it impossible to concentrate. And that infuriating, old-fashioned, and well, okay, incredibly appealing sense of chivalry. No doubt about it, the guy is hot and sexy. Of course, there is one wee little problem: He claims to be a vampire named Christopher Marlowe, as in THE Christopher Marlowe, famous playwright, contemporary of Will Shakespeare. Right. Amend that to hot, sexy, and totally insane. Please see "no more complications." So why can't Dixie seem to resist the warmth of Christopher's charm, the protective feel of his strong hands, or the tempting pull of his full mouth when the sun goes down. . .?

Love Me Forever

Does This Come In My Size?

Justin Corvus. That was the name of the gorgeous, dark-eyed charmer holding her hand in a sensual clasp, turning her knees into jelly. All struggling, single mother Stella Schwartz meant to do was let her son, Sam, browse through books at Dixie's Vampire Emporium. She hadn't counted on the shop assistant being a stylish super-hunk with the kind of Hugh Grant accent that makes a woman's thoughts wander through a neighborhood called Take Me Now, Please. And to top it off, the man's a sweetheart. The way he picked up on the fact that she didn't have two red cents for the Halloween costume Sam wanted but made it happen anyway? Total head-over-heels time. When Justin smiles at her, it's as if he's known her forever. . .and when he asks for her phone number--to let her know when the costume is ready, of course--Stella can't help wanting this feeling to go on forever. There's something very different about Justin Corvus. . .different and irresistible. . .

For The First Time Together-- Two Unforgettable Novels Of Passion By An Extraordinary New Voice In Romance Rosemary Laurey

Discover one of contemporary romance's brightest rising stars, Rosemary Laurey, in two remarkable novels complete in this volume. Enter a world where enchantment runs wild, passions are white-hot, love is deliciously unexpected, and the hero is anything but safe. Experience this dazzling new author and feel twice charmed, because with novels this good, you won't want to stop with just one. . .

Title:Kiss Me Forever / Love Me Forever
Edition Language:English

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  • graveyardgremlin (formerly faeriemyst)

    Kiss Me ForeverI thoroughly enjoyed this book! Being as I am fascinated by the mystery of Christopher Marlowe and love vampires, it was the perfect book for me. Kit was to die for and is now one of m...

  • Stacie

    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 herse...

  • Mary

    I would actually give the first one closer to a 4; it was more literate than some in this genre, and I liked that she picked Christopher Marlowe as her historical vampire. The second one didn't grab m...

  • penelopewanders

    Enjoyable vampire stories set in contemporary times....

  • Trianna Hyde

    Kiss Me Forever: This book intro's a Dixie LePage. An American woman who has just inherited a home & a fortune from her unknown recently deceased aunt. Having just been fired from her job in American ...

  • Shilo Harney

    Rosemary Laurey is one of my long time favorite authors. Her Forever Vampires series has sat on my shelf for years and been one of the only series I've been able to read over and over again like its t...

  • Kitty

    This is two books in one, the first two of a series. They both rate 3 stars. They're both what I would call more fluff than quality story, but a pleasant enough diversion. I would pick up the others i...

  • Holly

    I definitely liked the first book more than the second, probably why I havent continured with the series. Although his reluctance becomes a little tiring. But even the side characters were interesting...

  • L.D.

    What a treat! Rosemary Laurey is one of the "Authors After Dark," and "Kiss Me Forever," was the first I have read from this author. This was a gentle, sensual read. Some authors are right out there w...

  • Stacey

    A little too risque for me to recommend. Another vampire novel. And though I liked it, the vampires were a little lame. Changing into bats... really? These vampires were almost as frail as humans, exc...