Titania has a talent that allows her to
spread emotion through her singing – and when she goes all
out, people walk out of her concerts full of hope and
positive energy. However, the same talent that allows her
to project her emotions also allows her to “feel” others
emotions as well. When one night she is almost laid flat by
a storm of negative emotion, Titania can’t help but to reach
out and try to stop what she knows is coming – death. But
once she enters into the fray she discovers that she has
walked into a battle between two men who have hated each
other for longer than she can comprehend and unwittingly
become a pawn in their game. Dare she trust the man that
seems to be good, despite what she “felt” from him?
Diego Viteri has survived centuries of
despising what he was made into and loneliness with the goal
of killing the man that made him into what he is – a
vampire. However, when he crosses paths with Titania Diego
begins to realize that being a vampire might not be all bad,
especially if he can share eternity with her. As danger
follows Titania, Diego is willing to risk everything in
order to keep her safe and happy. But will Titania still
want him when she discovers what he is?
The Eternal Kiss is a vampire romance that
follows along the lines of Christine Feehan’s Carpathian
vampire series with a dark and nearly hopeless hero and an
independent, strong-willed heroine. Diego is all that a
broody vampire should be, with his goals of revenge against
his maker and uncertainty about his future once that is
accomplished. Titania as a woman was difficult to
understand as she continually made decisions to assert her
independence that defied common-sense. When these two come
together it sets off an explosion of passion that is
difficult to ignore and will have you sweating in no time.
However, Titania’s constant incomprehensible behavior and
the overabundance of clichés regarding vampires made several
points in the story tedious and cumbersome to get through.
Still, as a whole The Eternal Kiss is an
entertaining read that will serve as a good distraction on a
lazy summer day.