Going back to what was said earlier, the book was also dangerous and sexy. It is not the average teen vampire novel. Cat the Vamp is something more dark and mysterious. Since most of the characters are merely bystanders, they are extremely mysterious. Especially the “head vampire”, River. He is very dark and sort of lurks in the corner throughout the whole book. Morgan seemed to be an all around good guy and a total sweetheart. His affection for Catherine was genuine and Martine shows that well. Catherine Taylor a.k.a Cat, the main character, could be rather moody and it was difficult to like her, but the idea of her is very well put out there. The characters were relatable, especially for those who remember their first love. Altogether, the story line greatly reflects the teenage world of today, you are faced with doing what is right and doing what makes you happy and learning from your experiences. Beware, at times it does get a little inappropriate between Morgan and Cat; and there is some use of crude language and also the presence of drug use, but that adds to the story as it evolves. I’d say that this book is most suitable for high schoolers, mainly anyone over 15 or 16 years old.
All in all, this story is enjoyable if you want a dangerous vampire book, but at times it lacked plot and character development. I rated a C+ because I feel that there could be a lot more put into the book, and if it had some more "oomph" to it, I would have rated it most likely a B.
For more information on Cat the Vamp or the author, Christina Martine, visit this website HERE.