Jessicas Guide to Dating on the Dark Side



Jessicas Guide to Dating on the Dark Side The Undead Can Really Screw Up Your Senior Year Marrying A Vampire Definitely Doesn T Fit Into Jessica Packwood S Senior Year Get A Life Plan But Then A Bizarre And Incredibly Hot New Exchange Student Named Lucius Vladescu Shows Up, Claiming That Jessica Is A Romanian Vampire Princess By Birth And He S Her Long Lost Fianc Armed With Newfound Confidence And A Copy Of Growing Up Undead A Teen Vampire S Guide To Dating, Health, And Emotions, Jessica Makes A Dramatic Transition From Average American Teenager To Glam European Vampire Princess 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.

  • Paperback
  • 351 pages
  • Jessicas Guide to Dating on the Dark Side
  • Beth Fantaskey
  • English
  • 15 February 2018
  • 0547259409

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10 thoughts on “Jessicas Guide to Dating on the Dark Side

  1. says:

    This novel wasn t exactly what I was expecting With a line like The undead can really screw up your senior year I was thinkingafluffy, funny, entertaining, just generally a cute novel I was wrong Honestly when I started this novel and read about the first ten pages I was skeptical I started having a little bit of deja vu which really isn t that big of a surprise considering the volume of vampire novels I read And it is not necessarily a bad thing, but the feelin This novel wasn t exactly what I was expecting With a line like The undead can really screw up your senior year I was thinkingafluffy, funny, entertaining, just generally a cute novel I was wrong Honestly when I started this novel and read about the first ten pages I was skeptical I started having a little bit of deja vu which really isn t that big of a surprise considering the volume of vampire novels I read And it is not necessarily a bad thing, but the feeling of deja vu was quickly replaced with awe Kudos to Fantaskey for reinventing the genre with this one I think I should start rating my books according to how frequently I put them down During my duration of reading Jessica s Guide, I only put it down when I absolutely...

  2. says:

    Jessica s Guide to Dating on the Dark Side is an imaginative, immersive when will the world realize this is a word tale of the struggles of a pair of teenage vampires against tradition, expectations and politics.In a completely original storyline that we ve never seen beforeJessica 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 tale of the struggles of a pair of teenage vampires against tradition, expectations and politics.In a com...

  3. says:

    WHERE THE HELL WAS THE DATING So I don t even know where to begin, I heard great things about this book Therefore, no brainer, I was really excited to read it Let s say I was all kinds of disappointed, and for crazy reasons I thought this book was a teen romance, and I thought Jessica would be using her guide to date, yet there was no dating and approximately two usage of the so called GUIDE.It s Jessica Packwood s senior year of high school and she just spotted a weird but sexy looking WHERE THE HELL WAS THE DATING So I don t even know where to begin, I heard great things about this book Therefore, no brainer, I was really excited to read it Let s say I was all kinds of disappointed, and for crazy reasons I thought this book was a teen romance, and I thought Jessica would be using her guide to date, yet there was no dating and approximately two usage of the so called GUIDE.It s Jessica Packwood s senior year of high school and she just spotted a weird but sexy looking boy by the trees, eyeing her like no tomorrow The creep factor is high, when he show...

  4. says:

    Well, the beginning was really good, the middle part was crap, and the ending was alright Sorry for sounding crass usually I try and soundobjective and mature when I write reviews, but this book just took all the emotion out of me It s one of those up and down books.There were things about this book that were really likable For example Jessica as a character I love well rounded characters who undergo a transformation throughout the story keeps them from being stagnate and boring I Well, the beginning was really good, the middle part was crap, and the ending was alright Sorry for sounding crass usually I try and soundobjective and mature when I write reviews, but this book just took all the emotion out of me It s one of those up and down books.There were things about this book that were really likable For example Jessica as a character I love well rounded characters who undergo a transformation throughout the story keeps them from being stagnate and boring I like how she learned to be assertive and take charge of her life Bravo I liked the vampire lore here yes, even the biting I mean, they re vampires, they bite That s what they do.And now on to the meat of this review Lucius went from being intriguing to incredibly frustrating and then finally to annoying I guess I just hate characters like Lucius, because I was not impressed by his actions one bit, and so I ...

  5. says:

    Enjoyed this vampire romance Jessica s teen emotions wererealistic than Bella s.

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  7. says:

    At the start of her last year at high school in rural Pennsylvania, seventeen year old Jessica is spooked at the bus stop by the appearance of a mysterious young man who won t stop staring at her and she could swear she heard him say her birth name, Antanasia, a relic from having been born in Romania before being adopted by her American parents.When she gets to school, he s there in her English Lit class, an exchange student from Romania called Lucius Veldescu, domineering the teacher and, aga At the start of her last year at high school in rural Pennsylvania, seventeen year old Jessica is spooked at the bus stop by the appearance of a mysterious young man who won t stop staring at her and she could swear she heard him say her birth name, Antanasia, a relic from having been born in Romania before being adopted by her American parents.When she gets to school, he s there in her English Lit class, an exchange student from Romania called Lucius Veldescu, domineering the teacher and, again, watching her It s when he turns up for dinner at her parents farm that things get really freaky especially when he claims he s a vampire prince and she s a vampire princess and his betrothed, that they must marry to fulfil the pact so that war doesn t break out between their clans and her parents pull out a musty old scroll to prove it.Determined to think Lucius is crazy as well as charming, arrogant, attractive and, yes, dangerous, Jessica refuses to let him have his way even if he d...

  8. says:

    There are dozens of vampire books on the market right now but I am confident this is one of the better ones, the one that stands out I don t want to summarize the book s plot here because so many people have already done so But I am going to say that this is an entertaining book, with colorful characters The plot is not particularly strong and the story loses its ground in the final part of it, but mostly it is funny and witty, with a good measure of satire Twilight comes to mind immediate There are dozens of vampire books on the market right now but I am confident this is one of the better ones, the one that stands out I don t want to summarize the book s plot here because so many people have already done so But I am going to say that this is an entertaining book, with colorful characters The plot is not particularly strong and the story loses its ground in the final part of it, but mostly it is funny and witty, ...

  9. says:

    Before I start, I want to clarify one insy weensy matter this book is nothing like Twilight Would people stop saying that as I am beginning to get tired with people s lack of imagination and investment in Twilight theory YA vampire Edward Twilight Adele arggggghing Thank goodness it s not like Meyer s work because I actually like and relate to the protagonist in this tale Jessica s got moxie and buckets of it She s smart, she s capable and she s unknowingly betrothed to Lucius due Before I start, I want to clarify one insy weensy matter this book is nothing like Twilight Would people stop saying that as I am beginning to get tired with people s lack of imagination and investment in Twilight theory YA vampire Edward Twilight Adele arggggghing Thank goodness it s not like Meyer s work because I actually like and relate to the protagonist in this tale Jessica s got moxie and buckets of it She s smart, she s capable and she s unknowingly betrothed to Lucius due to her being a vampire princess Lucius is an intense, righteous and darkly handsome RomanianMr Darcy than Edward who has come to America to convince Jessica that they should marry and reunite their warring vampiric families I just loved every bit of repartee between these two Lucius would get all hoity toity and Jessica would smack him back down to size The development of their relationship moved na...

  10. says:

    Let s get it straight, I am not,not, NOT into vampire books I think that Twilight is the greatest piece of crappy fan fiction style writing to get published since Eragon.The only vampire book I ve really enjoyed until now is Sucks to Be Me The All True Confessions of Mina Hamilton, Teen Vampire, which makes fun of the conventions of the genre.But this one is worth reading Unlike that simp Bella Swan, Jessica doesn t think being a vampire would be cool When a Heathcliff like Wutherine Hei Let s get it straight, I am not,not, NOT into vampire books I think that Twilight is the greatest piece of crappy fan fiction style writing to get published since Eragon.The only vampire book I ve really enjoyed until now is Sucks to Be Me The All True Confessions of Mina Hamilton, Teen Vampire, which makes fun of the conventions of the genre.But this one is worth reading Unlike that simp Bella Swan, Jessica doesn t think being a vampire would be cool Wh...

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