Bloodlines (the Anti-Vampire Tale, Book 2)

Bloodlines (the Anti-Vampire Tale, Book 2)

by Lewis Aleman

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Bloodlines (the Anti-Vampire Tale, Book 2) by Lewis Aleman

Quick-witted Ruby and her gorgeous, vampire boyfriend Simon leave the warm beaches of Florida and return to New Orleans, only to discover that someone is trying to kill her best friend Ambrosia. Since they've been gone, devious Edgar has taken over the local vampires in the aftermath of Roderick's death; he's gone power-mad with plans on exposing vampires to the world. Meanwhile, Desiree has traveled halfway across the globe, searching for an ancient secret and in the process uncovering the most deadly vampire legend of all. It's up to Ruby and Simon to save Ambrosia, shut down Edgar's insane plan, and survive the dormant horror that Desiree has awakened.

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ISBN-13: 9781615890286
Publisher: Megalodon Entertainment
Publication date: 02/17/2012
Pages: 310
Sales rank: 942,772
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.65(d)

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Bloodlines (the Anti-Vampire Tale, Book 2) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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The second book in a series is often a bit of a letdown, but not this one. I loved how the story got deeper and connected to Mary Shelley and Bram Stoker. Carmilla is a great vampire. She's very creepy but fascinating at the same time. I wasn't expecting Desiree to be in this story so much, but I liked reading about her adventures in Styria and New Orleans. The whole thing with Tobias was so sad. I love that Ruby and Simon's story is developing like a real life relationship, and it's awesome that he's not some creepy overbearing stalker like nearly every other vampire in other series. Simon's a cool, tough guy, but he's not a psycho. And that's a good thing.