Jessicas guide to dating on the dark side summary
In this case, though, there’s definitely no love between the two from the beginning – Lucius feels that it’s his duty to marry Jessica, and Jessica hates him because he sort of is a jerk.Their relationship slowly grows into a friendship, and then it blossoms into a romance. The vampire part of the story was also interesting.I was willing to give vampire books a chance, as long as they weren’t compared to Twilight, of course.Still, I was slow to give this book a chance because I was still iffy at the idea of reading vampire books.It was also interesting to get a look at Lucius’s thoughts, via his letters back home.Overall, this has definitely helped change my opinions about vampire books.
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 destruction. When I first heard about it, Twilight-mania was probably at its highest pitch.
Despite the fact that this book is about vampires, it’s quite bubbly and fun.
Sure, there are dark parts, especially towards the end, but mostly it’s a very fun book to read.
She is the author of Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side and Jekel Loves Hyde. Beth Fantaskey is the author of Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side, Jessica Rules the Dark Side, Jekel Loves Hyde, and Buzz Kill. ”The snow swirls around her, and she stands with her back to me, her body enveloped in a bright red cloak. I would mess up the whole event, and my relatives would all laugh as they cast their “no” ballots in the vote of confidence on the last day.
Shelives in rural Pennsylvania with her husband and two daughters. I was doomed to bomb at my own party, and ruin Lucius’s future, too.“It’s going to be a disaster,” I admitted out loud, for the first time.“Antanasia!