Jessica39s guide to dating on the dark side

18 Apr

validate With Cookie(p2e Cookie Name)) var p2e_modal = create Modal(modal); if (p2e_modal !Jessica’s Guide to Dating on the Dark Side by Beth Fantaskey February 2009 Review by Emily Review of Jessica’s Guide to Dating on the Dark Side Jessica Packwood is a normal teenager beginning her senior year of high school, when the mysterious “exchange student” Lucius Vladescu shows up and changes her life forever by telling her that she is really a princess. So Jessica, or “Antanasia Dragomir,” must choose between the normal life of an American teenager or the dangerous but intriguing life of a vampire princess. The characters are likable, and if the secondary characters are a bit two-dimensional it only helps to emphasize how unusual Lucius is and how much Jessica is changing to accept her new role.

This has been decreed since our births." I couldn't even process the "getting married" part, or the thing about "decreed." He'd lost me at "vampire." Nuts. "It's late, and we're all tired and a little overwhelmed. I would have thought your pitchfork skills would be attractive to certain bachelors here in farm country.” ― Beth Fantaskey, “And as we kissed, really kissed, something inside me was smashed, like a splitting atom, erupting with all the force of a shattering nucleus. It was like I'd found my place in the universe, in the chaos, and Lucius and I could go along locked together throughout time without end, like pi, existing infinitely, irrationally, spinning through time.” ― Beth Fantaskey, “I shan't take advantage,' Lucius promised seriously. But I am afraid that I am compelled to pursue this courtship until Antanasia realizes her place at my side. The vampire thing was a ridiculous fantasy, but my total lack of experience .

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If they don’t marry, Lucius warns, a war between their two vampire families could erupt in their homeland of Romania.

Jessica’s refusal to believe in vampires, however, does get a bit tiresome by the middle of the book, particularly after her adoptive parents have confirmed Lucius’s story and he has proven that he’s a vampire.