I suppose I need to really believe in the unique people I’ve tried to create, or they won’t come across as genuine on paper.I’m not a very “quirky” writer, and I usually don’t over think things, but that is one strange habit that I have. I love to see who other people are picturing as they read!In Jessica's eventual rejection of him and her heritage, Lucas returns home to Romania to face his clan and evil Uncle who is in charge until Lucas marries.Realizing her love for Lucas and accepting her destiny, Jessica travels to her own Vampire clan in Romania and takes her new confidence to demand her place union for Lucas who has gone cold. Marrying a vampire definitely doesnt fit into Jessica Packwoods senior year get-a-life plan.An average girl from a small town learns she is destined to rule a Vampire kingdom. For example Jessica was very shy, save for the end, in the book. And what ever kind of shorten version this is stinks.
I got an ecopy of this awhile back because even though I don't own an ereader, it was FREE on Nook and Kindle! I can read it on my computer or phone, if I need to, but on top of that, I do intend to own an ereader (as soon as I can make up my mind to which one), so by the time I do, I'll have a nice little stockpile of books to go on it.
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I would tell them, and they’d say “Oh that’s interesting.” And that would be the end of it.
--Elmore Leonard, in 2000, on the extent of his input for Hollywood's adaptation of his novels Beth Fantaskey is the author of Jessica’s Guide to Dating on the Dark Side, Jekel Loves Hyde, and the newly released Jessica Rules the Dark Side.
Armed with newfound confidence and a copy of Growing Up Undead: A Teen Vampires Guide to Dating, Health, and Emotions, Jessica makes a dramatic transition from average American teenager to glam European vampire princess.