Blue Bloods Series by Melissa de la Cruz
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Blue Bloods series
It revolves about a secret world, hidden under the cover of the most wealthiest families all around the world, that are revealed to be more than meet the eye. What if Angels were among us, living as cursed vampires? Schuyler Van Alen has always had trouble fitting in at Duchesne, her prestigious New York City private school, where she prefers baggy, vintage clothes instead of the Prada and pearls worn by her classmates. Since she's a child, she's lived with her cold grandmother Cordelia, her mother being stucked in a coma and her father being dead. Luckily for her, her best friend, Oliver Hazard-Perry, is always there when she needs help. Secretly, she has a crush on Jack Force, the most popular and handsome guy in Duchesne, but also the brother of the "It" girl, Mimi Force, as charming as her brother. With Mimi always there, as fierceful as a tigress, Schuyler prefered keeping her distance from him.
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Blue Bloods is a series of vampire novels by Melissa de la Cruz. The series is set in Manhattan , New York. The publication date of the final novel in the series. The series follows its characters through numerous adventures involving romance, loyalty, mystery, and war. The main character of the series, she must help solve the mystery of the Blue Bloods slayings, and the existence of their ancient rivals, the Silver Bloods.
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I picked up this book suspecting to be an unconventional, interesting vampire tale. I am a fan of vampire lore, or good ones, at least, so I had to pick this up at my friendly local library. Was I surprised - or perhaps not, coming from the author of 'Au Pairs'- that this book had very little to do with vampires. The first or so pages had absolutely no vampire mentions, and hardly any insinuations that vampires would come up later. Even after that the whole 'Guess what, I'm a vampire, and nearly everyone around you is too