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Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side by Beth Fantaskey
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Her royal duties are nothing more than a way to get to the man she loves. People depend on her yet, predictably, she's more interested in her love life than she is anything else. But sadly it didnt work out so. She doesn't truly put any thought into being a monarch.
Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side
We had a hate at first sight sort of relationship here.
Well written and completely different from the narration of the girl. He actually grows to be likable, very sweet towards the heroine and cute in his courtship of her. It took me forever to get through. So in the end while its not bad im not sure who i could recommend it too I had high expectations from this book.
The middle of this book was very very good. The relationship developed between Jessica and Lucius is sweet and tender, awkward and rich. This is the one part that I felt the novel failed at.
What i dont like however is the message it sends to the intended age group. In a way, I do liked this book. But there was just one quote and stuff here and there and they were not really funny. The author made it difficult for me to like her. And yeah lots of distraction here and there.
Lucius, is actually fascinating and complex. Much like the book itself the middle is his shining moment.
It was a quick and fairly interesting read, but not for adults. Still, dating sims anime download torrent it is more than readable and quite enjoyable. And they were entertaining to read.
That all does kind of happen, and the book can be frustrating in that melodramatic regard. In the beginning he's haughty and condescending. Apparently, we can be strong and powerful, but only over our bodies and self-esteem. 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. It had some interesting bits-like female vamps dont get fangs until bitten-but not alot of explanation as to why.
Throughout this novel it is alluded to that she is growing stronger and more powerful as a person, coming into her own. Lucian's letters were amazing.
But I just had really high expectations and hence was disappointed. Though with the romance part im really not sure its appropriate for the intended audience either. Jessica discovers one day that she is not a normal teenager but is, in fact, a vampire Princess bound by contract to marry a repugnant, spoiled, aristocratic prince, Lucius Vladescu.
Okay, so I'm being facetious. Something about Vampire Princess- hell yeah. Her personal growth was to discover through dressing well, that she is a powerful, attractive woman. That part is interesting, but dont endear him to me.
Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side is an imaginative, immersive when will the world realize this is a word? Then it all goes downhill and he grows cold and dark. The main character Jess had spunk at times but most times I was a bit disappointed in her. Yet, on the other hand, it is also sweet and touching.
Jessica's guide to dating on the dark side
There was some history here and there but c'mon if you knew vampires were real - wouldn't you wanna know everrrything? She hates hero, she loves hero and no one else can have him, she doesn't believe in vampires, shes a vampire princess and has all the haughtiness of one. Yet, the ending, which I won't spoil, only goes to show that she is still waiting on a man to make the decisions and have the power. The wishy washy feelings i could chalk up teenage absurdity, but her utter disregard for everything and everyone around her once she decided she loved the hero was outright obnoxious. It's far from perfect and there are minor issues with plot and pacing.