eBook Ì Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side ภBeth Fantaskey

text ð Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side Ð Beth Fantaskey

The undead can really screw up your senior year Marrying a vampire definitely doesn't fit into Jessica Packwood's senior year get a life plan But then a bizarre and incredibly hot new exchange student named Lucius Vladescu shows up claiming th ^^ WHERE THE HELL WAS THE DATING^^So I don’t even know where to begin I heard great things about this book Therefore no brainer I was really excited to read it Let’s say I was all kinds of disappointed and for crazy reasons I thought this book was a teen romance and I thought Jessica would be using her guide to date yet there was no dating and approximately two usage of the so called GUIDEIt’s Jessica Packwood’s senior year of high school and she just spotted a weird but sexy looking boy by the trees eyeing her like no tomorrow The creep factor is high when he shows up in her class and claims they are to be married and that she is a Romanian princess straight jacket much One thing is clear Lucius Vladescu clearly is hellaciously hot and thinks he is a vampire NiceLucius is on a mission to win his princess and bring her home clearly though she is way too much of an American teenager and lacks the up standings of a lady All that aside he needs to bring Jessica home prefers to call her Antanasia but his princess is proving difficult and teenage American life is very odd As the saying goes “when in Rome” and that’s exactly what Lucius does and he does it in style and he ruffles a few feathersI must say even through my disappointment I was very surprised by this book this is no teenage fluff and it is uite intense I really loved Lucius he was intelligent and dark and the things he said were the highlight of the book His letters to his uncle describing living in America was really hilarious and his selfishness when it came to other people I totally loved Nothing says prince like complete disregard for other people’s feelingsLow point the title There is no guide and there is no dating she looked at her guide maybe twice and that’s all it was about unless you count that it spends a majority of the time under her pillow Low point number 2 Jessica; I found her annoying and like 12 only wants things when other people get it Low point number 3 town folks correction town teenagers so supremely ridiculiOtherwise I liked it but only for Lucius he lit my fire and I would marry him in heartbeat

ePub Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side

Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark SideAt Jessica is a Romanian vampire princess by birth and he's her long lost fiancé Armed with newfound confidence and a copy of Growing Up Undead A Teen Vampire's Guide to Dating Health and Emotions Jessica makes a dramatic transition from aver Well the beginning was really good the middle part was crap and the ending was alright Sorry for sounding crass usually I try and sound objective and mature when I write reviews but this book just took all the emotion out of me It's one of those up and down booksThere were things about this book that were really likable For exampleJessica as a character I love well rounded characters who undergo a transformation throughout the story keeps them from being stagnate and boring I like how she learned to be assertive and take charge of her life Bravo I liked the vampire lore here yes even the biting I mean they're vampires they bite That's what they doAnd now on to the meat of this reviewLucius went from being intriguing to incredibly frustrating and then finally to annoying I guess I just hate characters like Lucius because I was not impressed by his actions one bit and so I kind of wondered what exactly it was that Jessica saw in him He was too bad with practically no redeeming ualities So as a reader I'm supposed to like and connect to Lucius because he wants to keep Jessica safe so he accomplishes this by screwing around with someone else? Hmmm And that's my biggest beef with the story the author had a great premise but she blew it for me with the stupid Faith subplot Completely unnecessary there are so many other ways to have Lucius accomplish the overall goal of what he's trying to do Wayward characters can just go die in a hole for all I care Geesh And so it seemed like Jessica all of the sudden decided she was in love with Lucius becausewhy? He's messing around with someone elseand she'sjealous? Maybe? I don't know it was too weird I don't really understand what she saw in him I guess I like my boys unspoiled P Anyway it ended nicely though but I really sped through this one just to be finished with it A great concept that in my opinion was sorely executed I don't know if I'd recommend this book to anyone I know it's popular and I'm sure other readers will enjoy it For the record my ideal fictional hero would be Captain America meets Thorin Oakenshield with a little Loki tossed in flawed but dreamy and idealistic at the same timeD

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eBook Ì Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side à ¸ Beth Fantaskey ¸ The undead can really screw up your senior year Marrying a vampire definitely doesn't fit into Jessica Packwood's senior year get a life plan But then a bizarre and incredibly hot new exchange student named Lucius VlaAge American teenager to glam European vampire princess But when a devious cheerleader sets her sights on Lucius Jess finds herself fighting to win back her wayward prince stop a global vampire war and save Lucius's soul from eternal destructi There are dozens of vampire books on the market right now but I am confident this is one of the better ones the one that stands out I don’t want to summarize the book’s plot here because so many people have already done so But I am going to say that this is an entertaining book with colorful characters The plot is not particularly strong and the story loses its ground in the final part of it but mostly it is funny and witty with a good measure of satire “Twilight” comes to mind immediately and is hard to put down I finished it in a matter of hours You also simply can’t not appreciate Lucius – a Romanian vampire – who is refined sophisticated sarcastic and amusingly uptight You definitely have to read this book just to enjoy Lucius’ letters to his uncle Vasile which are a special treat I highly recommend this book and I will definitely check out what Beth Fantaskey writes next