Review: Vampire’s Kiss (Watchers #2) by Veronica Wolff

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Vampire’s Kiss (Watchers #2) by Veronica Wolff

Paperback, 304 pages
Published March 6th 2012 by NAL
Source: Library
As someone who has survived her first year as an Acari recruit, Drew’s ultimate goal is to become a Watcher and be paired up with a Vampire agent. Except nothing is as it seems. The vampire Alcántara is as sinister as he is sexy, Ronan is more distant than ever, and it turns out there are other vampires out there. Bad ones. They’ve captured one of the Watcher vamps and are torturing him for information-and Drew is going undercover to rescue him.
But when their vampire prisoner turns out to be a gorgeous bad boy, Drew’s first mission quickly turns into more than she bargained for… – Goodreads
My Opinion: I really enjoyed this edition to the series. I got to learn more about Drew and the way things work in the Isle of Night. I also though it was pretty interesting the way that Drew thought she could play Alcantara.
Alcantara got a little weird this time around and the rescue mission was actually pretty enlightening about the world of the vampires and what the world is like in the novel series because we finally learn maybe what the purpose behind the school is and what the Acari and the other classes of trainees are for. It was interesting to see the choice that Drew made in the mission on how she decided not to run away or escape. I though it showed what kind of person she was, but then who wouldn’t want to stay after what she found.
I think that the plot got pretty interesting as the other characters are also developing their own relationships with each other and Drew, especially the forbidden love situations occurring.
Now my question at the end of the novel was this, how does she necessarily know that the vampires actually bad or good?
Anyways, can’t wait for the continuation. Which a review of will be coming up the day after tomorrow.
Overall: 4.5 out of 5
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  1. Pingback: Review: Blood Fever (Watchers #3) by Veronica Wolff « Novel Society

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