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Bloody Valentine by Melissa de la Cruz

25 Mar

Title: Bloody Valentine

Author: Melissa de la Cruz

Publisher: Hyperion 2010

Genre: Young Adult

Pages: 147

Rating: 4 / 5 stars

Reading Challenges: Support Your Local Library; Vampires; 2011 – Slim Pickings

Another companion novel to the Blue Blood saga.  This time we get three love stories: Oliver and a mysterious stranger, Freya, Allegra (Gabrielle) and Bendix Chase, and Schuyler and Jack.  The stories were a little more grown-up with sex scenes, albeit pretty PG-13 ones.  I was concerned about Oliver being left when Schuyler went to Florence with Jack.  Thankfully his heart has been healed.  And we get the introduction of a new character; one that will probably figure into Cruz’s new series, The Witches of East End.  Then we get Allegra’s story set in 1985.  We see her a real person, not just a sleeping angel.  I liked seeing the story of her and Bendix, but also the relationship between her and Charles.  Interesting take on the eternal bond.  Finally we get to see Schuyler and Jack.  I won’t give away the details, but it’s a nice classic love story.  Very enjoyable companion novel.

Blue Bloods:

  1. Blue Bloods
  2. Masquerade
  3. Revelations
  4. The Van Alen Legacy
  5. Bloody Valentine
  6. Keys to the Repository
  7. Misguided Angel
  8. Lost in Time
  9. The Gates of Paradise

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