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May 17, Sharissa rated it it was ok. Melissa de la Cruz.

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You’ve successfully reported this review. Really wish the publisher would have allowed her to write one more book to at least square some of that away. See my full review: By the end of the story I still hadn’t decided who I wanted her to be with. In this series Book 1. This book definitely had a lot going on supernaturally and with the guys in Ana’s life. Nikolai, Thompson or Elias??

This sure does complicate things in her life! I didn’t feel like anything was learned from any of it, either. This book was ridiculously awesome.

Almost Everything (Vampire Princess of St. Paul, book 3) by Tate Hallaway

She found love, and happiness, and also power over much she did not expect. Wisdom My Blood Approves, 4. Ashes in the Snow Movie Tie-In. And near the end, she suddenly becomes nice and selfless. Also by Tate Hallaway. She grew as a character and come into her own person in Almost Everything. Sep 15, Once in a Full Moon. Well, I wanted things to end differently but you never know what could happen if their are more books.


My opinion of her Love Interest- Nik: As for the guys I can honestly say that I like all of them and I can see why Ana is having a tough time. The only thing in the entire book that bothered me is really who Ana almsot up with. Yep, so there’s still the love square situation happening.

You submitted the following rating and review. February 7, Imprint: You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout. I found this book compelling enough to read it all the way through to the end, so I can’t dismiss it off-hand. She has to find a way to correct this, or at the very least make it OK. With Ana’s boy drama meter hallawag an all time high, summer in St. As we all know, most series end.

May 12, Alesia rated it it was amazing Shelves: Always nice to find out authors are from the cities area!!!! I truly felt the author did a wonderful job ending Ana’s story.

Nov 25, Kathy rated it liked it Shelves: Loved Ana, loved Elias, even kind of loved Matt. Sad this is the last book in the series.

LitFlash The eBooks you want txte the lowest prices. Great ending to a surprisingly good series. Shall leave descriptions of set-up and plot to other re But before she loses her vampire boyfriend they have to deal with vampires who need to hunt and can only be satisfied by hunting a witch.


I just overall love this series and I think this may have been my favorite one.

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Jul 31, Seraphina rated it liked it. This book does not disappoint with the amount of action and intrigue. Ana is one of my favorite YA paranormal characters. I wasn’t sure I was going to like this book, but the narrative voice s pulled me in. Aug 09, At least her sort-of boyfriend Elias isn’t hounding her cell — considering the vampire hxllaway is currently living in her basement.

I also like how for her love square she doesn’t lean to much on person. Elias is older and more gentlemanly, but he is fiercely protective of Ana.

I was really hoping to get more of a resolution to all the conflicts.

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The story however is not focused on this, although she does choose who she wants to be with. But, for me, the problem was that, ultimately, this book was about Ahlam I found this book compelling enough to read it all the way through to the end, so I can’t dismiss it off-hand.

As was most of the dialoge and character interaction. It starts out with Elias still living in Ana’s basement.