Pages no: 352
, Young Adult
, Urban Fantasy
Reviews are all over the place. My brain hurts.
I feel bad about giving this two stars, but about halfway through it really lost some steam. Larablestier and Brennan wrote this story as a satirical take on young adult vampire romance and it was funny and biting (haha) in the beginning, but many of the elements that I enjoyed when I first started ...
3.5/5 StarsIt lost a star simply due to the molasses-slow story pacing.The other star was due to the slow plot that included a lot of character fleshing out and relationship building, both of which I absolutely loved. I was genuinely invested in the Anna/Ty/Cathy/Mel dynamic. To me, Kit seemed seco...
This and other reviews can be found on my blog:(un)Conventional BookviewsI liked quite a few things in this book, but I didn't connect that much with the MC, Mel was acting like a spoiled brat for a lot of it, and she thought she was helping her friends, but really, she was looking out for number on...
Between 2008 and 2009, I stopped reading vampire books for a while. Thanks to a certain series, I couldn’t go to the YA or sci-fi/fantasy sections without seeing three-fourths of the shelves covered with pale, Byronic immortals. Nowadays, I’ve found some books that don’t make me have a knee-jerk rea...
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