Everlasting Kiss is a pleasant enough story - a love story crammed into the crowded vampire genre. Written in a surprisingly simple style and without much depth, it is neverless a reasonable read.
When vampire Erik Delacourt meets mortal Daisy O'Donnell, he finds himself drawn to her. Unfortunately, Daisy is from a family of vampire hunters and has staked one of Erik's friends. When he finds himself protecting her, he may well be putting himself into danger with the Master of the East Coast vampires,
but somehow Daisy is able to bring vampires and hunters together to deal with a threat to both.
There are some problems with this book, such as the central romance (why did each fall for the other so hard?), and I found it hard to believe that vampires and hunters could work together so quickly. But this was necessary for the plot, and the story was interesting enough to carry me along. There's nothing special
here - this story has been told many times before - but it's okay for light