Almost Everything: A Vampire Princess Novel

Almost Everything: A Vampire Princess Novel

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by Tate Hallaway
     
 

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Ever since her father banished the half-witch, half-vampire Ana Parker and vampire knight Elias from the court of the Northern vampires, Ana has been trying to live a normal life. But when the Prince of the Southern Region vampires informs Ana that they're on the brink of war and she accidentally offers up Elias as a peace offering, the princess knows that she's

Overview

Ever since her father banished the half-witch, half-vampire Ana Parker and vampire knight Elias from the court of the Northern vampires, Ana has been trying to live a normal life. But when the Prince of the Southern Region vampires informs Ana that they're on the brink of war and she accidentally offers up Elias as a peace offering, the princess knows that she's going to need some help to get out of this situation.

With Ana's boy drama meter hitting an all time high, summer in St. Paul is heating up for all the wrong reasons...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780451235664
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
02/07/2012
Series:
Vampire Princess of St. Paul Series , #3
Pages:
320
Sales rank:
886,248
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.80(d)
Age Range:
14 - 17 Years

Meet the Author

A Scorpio with a Leo Rising, Tate Hallaway is an amateur astrologer and practicing Witch. Tate has been a fan of vampire fiction since she first read Poppy Z. Brite in high school. Her first short fiction acceptance was to a vampire ‘zine called Nocturnal Ecstasy Vampire Coven. Tate lives in Saint Paul, Minnesota with three black cats.

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Almost Everything 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
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Mrs_CULL3N More than 1 year ago
AWESOME READ as always! Ms. Hallaway did an awesome job!!! Sad that this is the end of the series, I would have love to see more Elias' courting Ana. I truly love this trilogy =)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is an awesome series that everyone can honestly enjoy!
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AbbieLeeAE More than 1 year ago
4.5 Stars This is the last book in this series. It starts out with Elias still living in Ana's basement. One morning a prince, who is like Ana, comes to town. He says they are on the brink of war because Ana let his captain’s betrothed out of her agreement. And that someone must be offered to keep the two regions at peace. Ana makes a joke saying that all that she has to offer is Elias, and of course the prince thinks it a fine deal. She has to find a way to correct this, or at the very least make it OK. Almost Everything is really focused on "The Hunt," and finding a way to have her vampires’ hunger to be able to be satisfied without a witch having to die. We also learn more about her vampire heritage and how things really apply to her. I also think Ana’s character has grown so much in this book and I am happy to see the choices she makes. There is a lot of boy drama in this one. She now has a total of 3 boys vying for her love: Nikolai, Thomas & Elias. The story however is not focused on this, although she does choose who she wants to be with. The vampires of her and her father’s region are slowly going mad with hunger since Ana has called off the hunt in the previous books. Her father is to the point where he is maddened with hunger. This is also affecting Ana and Elias as well. It is becoming a big problem and some of the witches are in the mindset of "let them all starve to death and be rid of them." So, Ana and Nikolai come up with a plan to help with "the hunt” She finds a way that she thinks will enable the vampires to satisfy their hunger without a witch dying. This book does not disappoint with the amount of action and intrigue. The story only takes place in a matter of days, and yet so much happens. As we all know, most series end. I truly felt the author did a wonderful job ending Ana's story. I really didn’t feel like screaming "I need more, I need more." I was also quite surprised and pleased at how everything, other than love interests, resolved. The only thing in the entire book that bothered me is really who Ana ends up with. I think I didn't like who she chose to be with and was really expecting it to be different. This is the reason I gave it 4.5 stars. I guess the author left it vague for a reason. Ana is more than likely going to end up living for hundreds of years, so a lot can be left to the imagination. So that’s something. This a wonderful ending to the series with all loose ends tied up nicely. No feeling at all like something was left unanswered. Enjoy