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Vampire Crush

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

Great Read!

Just looking at the cover to Vampire Crush I knew I would love it. I am one of those who gets pulled in by the cover of a book and this was definitely one of those.

I really enjoyed reading Vampire Crush and found it SUPER funny. Some parts were predictable, but you ...
Just looking at the cover to Vampire Crush I knew I would love it. I am one of those who gets pulled in by the cover of a book and this was definitely one of those.

I really enjoyed reading Vampire Crush and found it SUPER funny. Some parts were predictable, but you couldn't help but keep reading just to figure out exactly how it would all play out.

Sophie was smart and funny and dedicated herself to any assignment that was given to her. Especially the one where she had to get to know the new students. The ones who barely acknowledged her and didn't even give her a second glance. This peeked her curiosity and she started digging deeper into their lives and trying to show everyone that something just isn't right about them. The more she kept digging into the lives of the new students, she also found herself in a lot of heat. Then she finds out James, her childhood neighbor who she crushed on and hated at the same time, is back in town and is actually friends with the new students.

I love James! The more I kept reading and finding out about James' life, the more I felt for him. He has been through so much and made one mistake trying to fit in and find a purpose in life. But it was also a mistake that brings him back into Sophie's life and makes him realize just how special and important Sophie is to him.

I hope that Vampire Crush is not the end of Sophie and James story. I laughed so hard at some of the things that came out of Sophie's mouth and I found myself at the edge of my seat whenever Vlad was up to one of his tricks. He was the perfect bad guy and I think A.M. Robinson did an excellent job creating him.

From the funny characters to the romance building between Sophie and James, I couldn't help but think about Vampire Crush all day, until I was finally done reading it. I am looking forward to reading any future books by A.M. Robinson. Great Read!

Dee @ Good Choice Reading

posted by damarisc123 on January 5, 2011

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Most Helpful Critical Review

1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Wow

I havn't read the book and from the reviews i can tel it was funny, sad, and romantic

posted by 10304154 on November 28, 2011

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 28, 2013

    ONE QUESTION

    Well i only read the review like whars it going to be talking biut so far it seem like Twilight. New boy vampire secret fall in love not suppose to happen butvim going to give it a try

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 7, 2012

    Crazy book

    This book was fun a girl hate's a boy when they were litle then now the same boy comes back and loves her

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  • Posted February 7, 2011

    Not That Great - an OK read

    I liked what this book could have been. The main character isn't altogether likable, but I did find some redeeming qualities in her character. Vlad was a rather flat villain with no real substance or personality. The whole book felt like a lame-spy attempt made by a Veronica Mars knock off. I did like James, he seemed genuine - like it was feasible he'd be a real person. Sophie seemed...interesting but she lacked dimension. We know as readers that she was into Journalism and that she had a step-mother and step-sister, but we don't get a real sense of the family dynamic. Her sister Caroline is annoying and vapid, even in her sisterly moments. Violet seemed interesting in a antiquated-Barbie sense, but I did find her relatively funny. Marisabel, Neville, and the D'Ashley twins were fillers in my opinion. I couldn't find one thing about any of those characters that made them stand out. And even though I was not Sophie's number one fan, I did feel that she deserved to be the editor of her paper, seniority and serious interest made me feel she was entitled. Even though there are notable scenes in the book, I felt that there was no character development as the plot thickened and the reactions to finding out vampires exist were lacking the reality department. This is an easy read with good metaphors and pop culture references in the writing. Not something I would recommend to a friend, but if you need a vamp book fix in a pinch and have nothing else of interest to read, give it a shot. Different strokes for different folks!

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