Kisses From HellBook - 2010
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Sunshine" by Richelle Mead - Set in Mead's Vampire Academy universe, this story explores some of Lissa's relatives, and it was nice to visit that world again. "Sunshine" was cute and showed good character development, but it wasn't overwhelming.
"Bring Me to Life" by Alyson Noël - In this story, Noël presents a modern twist on the Dracula myth involving an eerie fog, an old English manor, and a cute artsy boy. Though okay, "Bring Me to Life" wasn't very engaging or likeable.
"Above" by Kristin Cast - In "Above," Castjust left a very confusing weird world.
"Hunting Kat" by Kelley Armstrong - Set in Armstrong's world that appears in her Darkest Powers series, "Hunting Kat" introduces a feisty young vampire named Kat who is being pursued by the Edison Group. In the process, she meets two boys, either of whom may be with her or against her. "Hunting Kat" was fast-paced and interesting with a strong, likeable female protagonist and a likeable male lead. I really enjoyed this story and would love to see a longer novella or book based on these characters.
"Lilith" by Francesca Lia Block - In this story, This story was very stupid and made no sense either. I didn't like it.
KISSES FROM HELL left me disappointed. Outside of those by Mead and Armstrong, the stories weren't very interesting or well-written.