Series: Vampire Princess of St. Paul #3
Release date: 2012
Whoever said vacations were relaxing?
say half-vampire, half-witch Ana Parker has boy trouble is putting it
lightly—something her text messaging bill can attest to. Her rocker
ex-boyfriend Nikolai is trying to heat things up again, and high school
hockey star Mathew wants her to try out with him for the Renaissance
Festival. At least her sort-of boyfriend Elias isn’t hounding her
cell—considering the vampire knight is currently living in her basement.
since her father banished Elias and Ana 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 the
With Ana’s boy drama meter hitting an all time high, summer in St. Paul is heating up for all the wrong reasons…
I have to say I'm in love with the cover, so beautiful! The book was a bit disappointing. It was all about Ana and her boy problems. She dates with some human boy Thompson, and I thought there was no chemistry there. I didn't get the whole romance with him, it was kind of all of a sudden and just forced. Then there is Nick, the rocker, while I liked him in the first and the second book, I didn't like him in this book at all. He became shallow and pushy, like only he was good enough and not some human. And finally there is Elias, he became minor in this book. I didn't get it all, while there was tension between Ana and Elias in the other books, in this one that was totally lost. And when they finally kiss it's rocking her world, but then it's over? Don't get it. In the meantime Ana has to safe the world of the vampires and witches but that was more of a side story line, the problem was there and Ana suddenly knew the solution. It was all kind of vague and fast. The end was not satisfying and I wonder if there is going to be a next book. So I have to say that I don't recommend this one, but ofcourse when you read the first and second one you want to read the third. Overall I thought the serie was oke, but I would not read it again.