Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side Quotes by Beth Fantaskey
Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side by Beth Fantaskey Paperback $ . And the quote on the cover of this installment in the Jessica series made all. that you said—and I quote—that we 'have nothing in common.'” He jerked a thumb toward his hell horse. “This is something we can share. An activity. A way for. 62 quotes from Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side (Jessica, #1): ' American women. Why do you all want to be nearly invisible? Why not have a phys.
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. He does not approve of her at all Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side is an imaginative, immersive when will the world realize this is a word? I swear, I'm not trying to draw a parallel between this book and certain movies I just like the image 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.
Lucius uncovers a plot on Jessica's life and attempts to save her life by weilding the only weapon he knows Okay, so I'm being facetious. That all does kind of happen, and the book can be frustrating in that melodramatic regard.
At some point, the people in this novel start consuming A LOT more eyeliner. Yet, on the other hand, it is also sweet and touching. The relationship developed between Jessica and Lucius is sweet and tender, awkward and rich.
Lucius' personal growth and character development, until Emo! Lucius, is actually fascinating and complex. Jessica Antanasia is a Romanian vampire princess who was betrothed to Lucius when they were born. The promise of their marriage has held their two clans, the Dragomirs and the Vladescus, in a tentative peace for years.
If the wedding doesn't take place, there will be a large-scale war which will most likely lead to the destruction of the Dragomirs. Jessica has a difficult time believing any of this.
She has a hard time believing anything that can't be explained logically. Lucius attempts to win her over, while Jessica attempts to live her life like normal - pretending she isn't a vampire princess.
Both Jessica and Lucius go through major changes in the novel. They have time to examine their true feelings about family and duty. Beth Fantaskey does an excellent job keeping the reader guessing until the very end. You will constantly be reassessing your opinion about how the story will end.
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Personally, I found myself getting very nervous as I was getting toward the end of the book and I still thought there was so much that needed to happen. Luckily, Fantaskey does a brilliant job tying up loose ends. I know I'll be reading it again. In walks Lucius Vladescu a Vampire Prince from Romania on a mission and Jessica's life all of a sudden has become very confusing.
Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side
Beth Fantaskey has written this book with such humour and feeling for poor Lucius and his mission. I especially liked his letters to Uncle Vasile. Jake Zinn is the human love interest of Jessica, until Lucius announces to her and her family that he has arrived and they are to be married when she turns As the reader we slowly watch Lucius slide into American Teen lifestyle. Lucius realises things aren't going to be black and white as he thought.
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All the while Jessica is trying to understandsometimes stubbornlywhat is happening to her and her feelings for both Jake and Lucius. I found this book really flowed well from start to finish, I would read it again in a heart beat. By Michelle Auricht show more by Michelle Auricht Though some might think it is 'just another one of those vampire stories' this one is very different to books I've read before and it's much less cliched.
Instead of a human girl falling for an oh-so-hot vampire guy, this book is about a girl, who doesn't know that she is in fact a vampire princes, being wooed by a vampire prince whom she can't stand. I found this book to be believable when it comes to character reactions. I like that this book isn't love at first sight which is something I have a lot of trouble believing.
Instead, when Jess first sees Lucius she is creeped out and believes he is stalking her.Jessica's Guide To Dating on the Dark Side