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Seventeen-year-old honor student Kula Lockhart is a junior at Transylvanica High School in Harbor Heights, Michigan. It is one of several integrated pilot schools across the country where human and vampire students peacefully coexist.
As the half human, half vampire daughter of Count Dracula, Kula has become a target of those who seek to destroy vampires, in spite of her vamp guardians, Ivan and Amelia, and Kula's own growing sense of self-preservation that she inherited from her father.
In her latest crisis, Kula is devastated when her mortal boyfriend, Eriq Pratt, is left clinging to life after a car accident orchestrated by a vampire hunter. When things reach a point of no return, Kula turns Eriq into a vampire to keep him alive forever.
Eriq must adjust to his new life as a vampire, even as he tries to hold onto his humanity. His love for Kula is the one constant in his life as is the unwanted presence of Sebastian LeBlanc, a half-vampire who has the hots for Kula.
Then there is Gabryela Roswell, Kula's vamp half-sister, and the gorgeous vamp, Jacquelyn Brossard, a member of the rival Doerzic clan, both jockeying for power and romance at Transylvanica High.
In the meantime, a pair of teen vampires is targeting the elderly of Harbor Heights for their blood, going against the new order of bottled human blood and blood drives.
As a police investigation is underway, with humans and vamps on edge, Kula is given the shock of her life when her birth mother she believed was dead shows up in Harbor Heights. But is it a blessing or curse?
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By Emily on 01-14-17
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I received a free audiobook in exchange for an honest review.
This is an alright book - the different points of view is refreshing and allows a different stance to be seen within the novel.
I find the main character quite annoying and whiny. Like all she ever seems to do is talk about her boyfriend. Are you not independent?
I really do not like this narrator. It's like every sentence is a question with the amount of inflection she injects into the ending word.