Dating in the dark side book

18-Mar-2016 08:21

Jess through the general narration and Lucius through the letters he writes to his uncle in Romania. If you’re looking for a good vampire read – without the flighty annoying female role – check this book out.

Lucius is my ideal picture of a vampire, with glimpses of a human soul, but also the ability to be cold in a way that he can distance himself from all emotion and attachment. Jessica has flaws as a character and strengths as well.

She shovels out horse stalls, flirts with the cute boy next door and tries to get by as being normal in high school.

All of that changes when Lucius Vladescu shows up – her supposed vampire betrothed.

But how long can you push away a vampire without getting bitten? Another audio for me and let me tell you, Lucius’ voice was very well done and made my heart thud that much faster when his voice came on.

You get the greatest view of both Jessica and Lucius and why they do what they do.

I liked watching her change throughout the course of the book into more of a regal vampire than American teenage girl.

About book: The middle of this book was very very good.

Risking your horse's life numerous times, abandoning your best friend because shes worried about you? Hero: Much like the book itself the middle is his shining moment. He actually grows to be likable, very sweet towards the heroine and cute in his courtship of her.

The beginning was very high school or maybe even middle school (which im not necessarily detracting for since that was the intended audience) but the ending was a real let down.

Heroine: I think i could see how she would appeal to younger readers but i found her a tad obnoxious.

Which, Lucius is hot – but Jess thinks he’s crazy for saying he is a vampire.

But is Jess the crazy one for resisting the sexy Romanian young man who tries to swoon her off the bat?

Then it all goes downhill and he grows cold and dark.