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Flutter (My Blood Approves #3)

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Rien ne va plus !
Milo se découvre une vie amoureuse, Mae perd la tête et Jane est accro aux morsures de vampire.
Et, surtout, si Alice ne parvient pas à contrôler sa soif, elle risque de tuer quelqu’un.
Est-il bien raisonnable, dans ces conditions, de se porter volontaire pour affronter de redoutables vampires ? Alice s’en moque : quand la vie de ceux qu’elle aime est en jeu
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Kindle Edition, 392 pages
Published May 25th 2010 by Createspace
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Kim
I'll be honest and tell you that I pretty much skimmed through the last 15% of the book because I got bored.

So, Alice is still being her fabulous self. At first she and Ezra are going after Peter who is on a suicide mission. First he refuses to come home with them, but after two and a half words from Alice, he changes his mind. Her bond with Peter is gone, but that' doesn't stop her from kissing him for god knows what reason. Later in the book, Peter throws this in Jack's face and Jack leaves. 3
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Talizmyn
Sep 24, 2011 Talizmyn rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: those who need kindling for a fire
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Courtney Wells
Next on "drama-rama"...

I have such a mixed opinion on this series. On one hand I think the vampires here are an interesting concept. I like the humor and lack of supernatural angst, making it kinda laid back there.

Problem is, though, the plot and drama is pretty much split between insatiable bloodlust, petty relationship issues, and extremely poor judgment creating unnecessary problems.

So, it's funny and frustrating I guess...I dunno. I'll give it three stars and leave it there.
Isamlq
Oct 12, 2010 Isamlq rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Amanda Hocking's Flutter has a lot of “biting inside one’s cheek,” “tucking one’s hair behind one’s ear” and “coming with.” Believe me, I counted.

Now that Alice has turned, you’d expect things to go better for her: better looks, fewer pounds… a smoother love life. Yes, to the the first two; she shot up two inches in a matter of days, her complexion improved, and over all, she became hotter. Her love life, however, lives a lot desired. Despite being turned by jack, her body/blood still calls to
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Andreas
bisschen schwächer, aber ok. bin gespannt auf Abschluss
Starry
Feb 05, 2011 Starry rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Flutter has a lot more action and less all around depression. Alice is now a vampire, and she and Jack are a couple. Shortly after the book opens, Alice and Ezra go try to save Peter from a suicide mission. Peter returns home with them and the love triangle is still a big issue. Milo has a human love intrest, and I was glad that he finally got over Jack. Mae really got on my nerves in this one, but I can definitly see why she does the things she does. I just don't like it.

This third book renewe
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Hannah-Linn
Ok, so I'm just going to start by saying that I have this problem. My problem is that when I start a series or trilogy or just a book with a sequel, I won't write my review until I'm like finished, because I just cannot stop reading for the like of me. I read all four of the my blood approves books in three days because I just didn't want to stop, so I've kind of been procrastinating with writing this review....

So to start, I think that these books were REALLY good. I mean there were like those
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Jj
Feb 16, 2011 Jj rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Well, the author does it again and I just have come to really not like Alice. She is a stupid finicky little girl who one minute is going to love ____ 4-ever, but wait a minute, now she is not over _____, oh, but hold on again now she loves _____. UUGGH!!!! Fine, I get it, it is the formula that works for books, keep the reader guessing, on the egde of their seat, reading on to see who ends up HEA. BUT I dont think the author does a very good job transistioning between the love interests, it fee ...more
Reese
Nov 04, 2011 Reese rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I have mixed feelings about these books. I believe that I may just be out growing YA novels. This series is interesting because although I get provoked into annoyance with the heroine, there is something the author has done with the story to have me groan, but keep reading on to at least finish what I have started.
Hocking has amazing potential as an author, but I believe that more education would be beneficial to broaden her vocabulary. She has very witty phraseology, but if I must endure anoth
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Shelley
*Rating* 2.0
*Genre* YA Paranormal/Romance/One of the worse female YA heroines ever.

*Review*

You would figure that after my sterling review of Fate, (yes that is sarcasm by the way) I would have realized that this series could only get worse. I don't usually pay attention to reviews, but in this case, I should have. I must have some serious issues with torturing myself with bad editing and verbages throughout the book that make absolutely no sense. How did I actually end up finishing the story you
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Carie
Jul 03, 2010 Carie rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I felt rather disconnected from most of this story. The writing was kind of disjointed and choppy and had a very detached feel. The story seemed rather anecdotal at first and didn’t really come together very cleanly. I’m having trouble feeling a real connection to some of these characters, too (e.g. Mae). The characters flip all over the place—-their behaviors don’t seem consistent, so they don’t seem very real. Jack seemed rather remote for most of the book—-except the part when he came back af ...more
Erin
Honestly, I thought the story was ok enough to read three of the books in the series but I'm not interested enough to continue. The main reason I have no desire to continue is that I seriously can't get past the horrible editing and grammatical errors in the series, but this book in particular. There were at least three times in this book that Hocking says one character drug another character along with them. Last I checked the correct word is dragged not drug when describing the act of pulling ...more
Bianca
Sep 18, 2011 Bianca rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I am happy to say that I really enjoyed the third book in the series My Blood Approves. Flutter has a lot more action and less all around depression. Alice is now a vampire, and she and Jack are a couple. Shortly after the book opens, Alice and Ezra go try to save Peter from a suicide mission. Peter returns home with them and the love triangle is still a big issue. Milo has a human love intrest, and I was glad that he finally got over Jack. Mae really got on my nerves in this one, but I can defi ...more
Diane
With every book I finish in this series, I become more critical. Alice's constant back and forth between Jack and Peter makes me want to slap her. It's like the author wants to keep the love triangle going because it creates tension, but she doesn't really know what to do with it. What started out as interesting is becoming annoying. Alice's "best friend" is someone she doesn't even seem to like, and who doesn't seem to like her. Mae, the perfect mother figure, has completely changed her persona ...more
lucy
El libro es horrible y la trama es pésima. Lo es tanto que incluso pasando algunos capítulos seguías enterándote porque no pasa nada.
El libro es machista respecto a que le prohiben tener relaciones a Alice con Jack porque le pertenece a Peter por diversas razones estúpidas. Encima que Alice y Jack son novios pero aunque no lo fueran pueden tenerlas pero según la autora si un macho te reclama debes mantenerte virgen a él.
Alice sigue igual de insoportable y todos siguen cayéndome fatal.
Annika
Jun 15, 2016 Annika rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
2,5 Sterne
Katharina
Didn't finish it.
Carolina
Apr 10, 2012 Carolina rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: series


Definitely, i'm not a vampires lover.
Haya
RATING: 1.5 OGRE FARTS

CONTAINS SPOILERS!

I seriously wonder why I bothered to read such crap. From all the books I have sitting on my bookhelf, from all the ebooks patiently waiting for me to open them, I had to choose a nonsensical ebook to pass my time. I'm already reading three other books, one of which is God knows where, the other I got bored from and will resume it hopefully soon, and the last which I read when I've had enough of this one.

So, in this book, little Miss Alice here goes
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Noelyn Marie
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Nicole
Aug 22, 2012 Nicole rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This was actually my favourite book in the series. It was a lot faster-paced and had a lot more action in it than the previous 2, both of which I found a little slow. Even better, there is a lot less whining from Alice in this one. I mean, she's still a big puddle of misery and doesn't seem to have any real aspirations in life, but she has a big heart and she will do anything for the ones she love. And I mean anything. This is what I like about her.

I was also so relieved and happy that Alice fin
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Betty Jo Pritchett
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Christy
Flutter pretty much lives up to its name, considering I was pretty engrossed and invested in this book! There is a major development to the story line as new characters are introduced, offering even greater back story and character depth. There is such a smooth transition too. LOVED the portrayal of Peter. Like the last book, I had a difficult time setting it down. I am all too anxious to get my hands on the next book.

Flutter picks up where the last book left off. Jack turned Alice into a vampir
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Jessica
Dec 22, 2011 Jessica rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
let me just start off with I LOVE PETER! and if Alice doesn't want him I'll gladly take him lol. Ok now that I got that out of the way I enjoyed this story, but honestly the people in this series need to learn that running away is not the answer Peter has run away now 2 times working on his third with Mea which is upsetting I really think Mea made the wrong choice and is going to suffer for it. Jack has run away once but he had to figure things out and came back after 3 days but he wants to move ...more
Jac
May 03, 2011 Jac rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Better than the last one but the main character still annoys me with her inherent oblivious-ness (I am aware that's not actually a word). Plus I much prefer Peter to Jack so I hated how much she swooned over the latter for 99.99% of the book (I liked the other .01%). Milo, Peter, and Ezra made this book worth the stars it got but Jack, Alice, and Mae should have lowered the stats even further. Only the first three character's possessed redeeming qualities throughout the book (at least for me). U ...more
GW
May 28, 2012 GW rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Ah, dang it. I purposely read this to see who Alice who end up with in the end. But no, the series ends up going on... I thought that this was a trilogy in the first place, and I wanted to see where this love triangle ended up going. But who will Alice pick in the end? Honestly, I'm rooting for Peter. And, I mean, Jack's not bad. He's a bit whiny at times. This book got frustrating at some points. Like how Jack easily forgave and forgot... who would do that? Ah, that's just so nerve-wracking. No ...more
Erik Saenz
Nov 23, 2014 Erik Saenz rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Mejoro bastante respecto a los 2 libros anteriores de la serie, creo que a la mitad de este libro habian pasado mas cosas que en los 2 anteriores juntos. Por fin conocemos un poco mas de las vidas de los otros personajes y hay algo mas que la decidia de la protagonista por estar aferrada a 2 personas. Aún creo que Alice es algo pesada y tonta pero en este libro no me desespero tanto. Pero mis 2 personajes favoritos fueron Peter y Bobby, me encantaron. Y por fin aparecieron villanos lo cual agreg ...more
NurseBeth
Mar 28, 2011 NurseBeth rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
I'm in the middle of reading this... I guess. I started reading this series because:
1. I heard the author did really well self-publishing herself
2. It's a vampire story
So... I read the first ebook & was very disappointed. I bought the second ebook thinking maybe her writing ability had improved, but sadly it had not... I bought the THIRD ebook. Ok, wait a second, why?? did I buy the third one??? *sigh* Ugh. Ugh. Ugh.
Valentina
Jul 04, 2013 Valentina rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Me ha encantado cada libro que he leído de esta saga. Este en especial me ha hecho reír mucho la relación de Alice y Jack cuando querían un poco de "intimidad" pero también me ha hecho sentir tristeza por cosas que pasan, si les digo doy spoilers. Nunca me aburrí. Siempre había acción. Así que, léanlos.
Lindsay Miller
Nov 10, 2016 Lindsay Miller rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Loved Book 3 in the My Blood Approves series and definitely looking forward to the next one! If you are a fan of Jack and Alice, then you will love this installment. There was action, suspense, romance, like the previous books in the series. Fans of My Blood Approves will definitely enjoy Flutter! It might be my favorite in the series so far, but I've still got 2 to go so we'll see : )
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Amanda Hocking is a lifelong Minnesotan obsessed with Batman and Jim Henson. In between watching cooking shows, taking care of her menagerie of pets, and drinking too much Red Bull Zero, she writes young adult urban fantasy and paranormal romance.

Several of her books have made the New York Times Bestsellers list, including the Trylle trilogy and Kanin Chronicles. Her zombie series, The Hollows, ha
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“In case you haven't noticed, I'm a lover not a fighter.” 55 likes
“Not to sound, you know, like a dick," Jack said carefully. "But you just dragged us out of bed to show us Jane's messy room? That's not really an emergency Mae."
"She's not here!" Mae shouted, gesturing to the mess around her. "That's the emergency." 
"Again, not to be a dick, but that's not really an emergency." Jack said.”
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