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Such a wonderful plot, such amazing surprises, it deserves its well earned credit. In rural Pennsylvania, math nerd Jessica Packwood is about to enter her senior year of high school, determined to have a good time, potentially date Jake Zinn, a nice and handsome boy in her grade, and win some more math competitions.
I can go on and on about this book, so stamping that urge, I'm just gonna say that I really really adored this book and I regret having purposely delayed picking it up I'd believed this was some farce in the name of Paranormal Romance. I am not sure if Fantaskey has left room for a sequel, but if she does I'll be reading it and regardless I'll be looking forward to her next book. The structure is fairly formulaic and predictable for a romance, right up to the cataclysmic moment when either character realises they're in love.
Mindy rolled her eyes. Hated the fact that my birth parents had been ignorant, superstitious people duped into joining a cult. I shook the stinging, bleeding finger, then jabbed it into my mouth, tasting salt on my tongue, before I twisted back around to return the pen.
I loved the new take on vampirism, particular the guide book that Lucius presents to his betrothed.
Jessica's guide to dating on the dark side
He was standing under a massive beech tree across the road from me, his arms crossed over his chest. For a first novel it's not bad - a fun, light read that quite often pokes fun at the whole deal - but not gripping or emotionally intense either. A car behind us honked angrily. And why did my dad have to be so big on mass transit, anyhow? Or maybe cross the road.
Ben_Jonson - 30.07.2017 in 16:13
It won't take too much out of your time and even tho you won't really love it, you won't hate it either. She's smart, she's capable and she's unknowingly betrothed to Lucius due to her being a vampire princess!
Finderka_Keller - 05.08.2017 in 09:23
I could somewhat understand the ending, just not how rushed it seemed. Altho that was kind of con 2 stars This book went from probably being on my faves of list to me wanting to throw my tablet across the room.
Andriano_Ferari - 15.08.2017 in 20:36
Mindy waved off my complaint.
Mike_Barker - 16.08.2017 in 08:24
However different from the BTB, I didn't hate this book and would probably have enjoyed it when I was a new reader. Wonderful, wonderful bus number
ZIMMER000 - 23.08.2017 in 19:48
Senior year for Jessica begins to pass by and slowly, both she and Lucius begin to change and accommodate each other as they learn more about each other and come to respect their unique qualities. Mindy, Jessica's so-called best friend, is left out of all knowledge of what's going on, even though Jessica herself tells us how trustworthy Mindy is.