Review: The Vampire’s Cursed Kiss by Kristen Painter

The Vampire Cursed Kiss by Kristen Painter

Title: The Vampire’s Cursed Kiss

Author: Kristen Painter

Series: Shadowvale #2

4 stars out of five
4 stars – It was really good

Vampire Constantin Thibodeaux is content with his life in Shadowvale. He prefers his books in his bookstore over people. But his love of books betrays him when he opens a book to and a cursed sprite appears. Andromeda Merriweather was cursed by her sister and now needs Constantin’s help to get rid of the curse. He isn’t interested in helping her until he needs a temporary girlfriend to shut his brother up. 

I quite enjoyed this book. Constantin is a vampire (and male) version of me. I prefer books over people and don’t trust easily. He is the grumpy bookstore owner who is hiding his soft side. I like that he realizes how he works to change his life when he realizes how closed off he had gotten. People can change at any time and it’s important to remember that.

Andromeda was the opposite of Con. She was a party girl who liked to have a good time, which is why she was cursed. She has changed though and is trying to be a more responsible person. Con shows her how to be a responsible adult, and she shows him how to let loose a little. They balance each other out and make a great team. I really hope we see more of them in future books. 

Overall, I am still really loving this new series. Shadowvale, and the characters who live there, are fascinating and I just can’t help but want to know more about them. I can’t wait to read the next book and see what new curse will pop up. 

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Previous books in the series:

  1. The Trouble with Witches

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