I didn’t think the series could get better but it does. This book held more laughs for me.
Now that their mother has found out the truth about the magI didn’t think the series could get better but it does. This book held more laughs for me.
Now that their mother has found out the truth about the magic Miri has been dealing, with the help from Rachel of course) she decides to allow magic in the household and even allows herself to start to use some magic. Miri is trying to save the world, Rachel is trying to save her reputation, and their mother is trying to save her dating life. Sound like a mess? Well it is. It all gets out of hand and Rachel is feeling more alone than ever.
I really like Rachel in this book. After being left to fend for herself and Miri, Rachel is forced to grow up just a little. Rachel’s mom has gone on a magic binge and has a full calendar of dates. She is rarely home leaving Rachel and Miri to figure things out on their own. What they figure out is maybe magic isn’t what it's supposed to be.
Miri also gets out of hand a little in the book with trying to save the world, which leaves Rachel without any help in trying to fix or get past everything that happened last year. Miri has a lot to learn about magic which is causing her spells to have minor and sometimes major glitches.
With her mom and her sister out of control, Rachel is left with saving her everyone and saving the prom (which she and Miri basically ruined before it even started.) Oh yea and let’s not forget her love for Rafe. Rachel and Miri do a little love spell but on the wrong guy. Life can’t get any worse for Rachel.
With all the magic mishaps, family drama, and mixed feelings this book kept me laughing all the way through. This is such a good series for those light and fluffy read moods. ...more
What an amazing book. The story, the characters, and the writing style had me hooked from the very first page. This book was a breath of fresh air runWhat an amazing book. The story, the characters, and the writing style had me hooked from the very first page. This book was a breath of fresh air running through a very aged myth.
The story line of this book is about two twins who have a mistaken identity with a hot vampire and everyone’s life gets turned upside down. Rayne and Sunny are two twins that are polar opposite. Rayne dreams of vampires while Sunny dreams of prom. Rayne makes a decision to become a vampire and due to the right place at wrong time, Sunny gets bitten. Now, in order for Sunny to be able to attend her prom she must travel across the world with the very hot vampire that bit her and find a cure to the bite before it’s too late.
The characters are just amazing in this book. I love the twins, Rayne and Sunny. Even their names crack me up. Apparently their parents were hippies and thought it would be the greatest thing to name twin girls Sunshine and Rayne. Love it! Rayne is a dark and cynical. Sunny is bright and perky. Of course, growing up with those names, they had no choice. Even though they are completely different they are best friends. They stand up for each other, they help each other out, and they bicker all the time.
Magnus is hot and a vampire and very sarcastic. He is a rule follower and is very distraught over the wrong bite. Not only did he mess up, now he is stuck with a blood-mate that doesn’t want to be vampire and even if the transformation is stopped, he may never get the chance for another blood-mate. I love Magnus.
I really liked the way the story is set up from the beginning. The rules and regulations that belong to vampires and those that are wanting to become a vampire. It is not a known to the general public that vampires exist, but they are policed and kept under rule so that it is safe for them to exist. It was such a fresh and humorous idea.
Boys That Bite was a very wild ride and fast paced read. I was laughing out loud throughout the entire book. The book has its serious moments but it was mainly a comedy for me. I think that anyone wanting a good laugh or a pick me up should read this book. ...more
The second book in the Blood Coven series it just as entertaining as the first. The story continues where the first left off and it gets even more comThe second book in the Blood Coven series it just as entertaining as the first. The story continues where the first left off and it gets even more complicated.
This book is told from Rayne’s point of view instead of Sunny’s . She is still documenting her journey to become a vampire. She has not given up on this dream; however it is a little messier now because she is the new slayer. So to recap Rayne is the vampire slayer, her twin sister is dating a vampire. Can we say AKWARD! She receives her first assignment and finds herself partnered up with a very hot but grumpy vampire. Can Rayne make this work?
The irony behind the wanna-be vamp becoming the next vampire slayer is almost too much! The idea alone makes me crack up when you add the sarcastic bad girl who doesn’t care about the world outside her own life as the wanna be vamp made vampire slayer to the story it becomes hilarious. Wait there is more, we need to make sure that the story is also told from the sarcastic bad girl who doesn’t care about the world outside of her own life, wanna be made vampire slayer’s point of view. Now I am just rolling in the floor, eyes tearing, can’t catch my breath funny. Ok, I may be exaggerating a bit but I wanted to make sure I was able to make the , THIS BOOK IS FUNNY!, very clear.
So, Rayne discovers she is now the vampire slayer and finds it difficult at first, she really doesn’t want to be the vampire slayer. Rayne finds out she only has to slay bad vamps not her friends. This makes her job a little easier. When she discovers a hot vampire is also working the case and she needs to partner it up, it becomes much better. If you take away the part where they don’t play nice together.
I love Rayne and her point of view. It excites me to have the books switch narration. The character development is already well done but I like being able to feel from both of the sisters. The new character, Jareth , is a great addition to the stories and I can’t wait to see more of him in the future. The romance, the action, the mystery, it’s all here. I can’t express how much I enjoy these books! If you have not started this series, I highly recommend you do if you enjoy the light and fun reads in between the intense books. They are also great for a rainy day read. ...more
Rick Riordan did it again. I enjoyed the 2nd installment just as much as the 1st. The humor, the story, theMore Reviews at JennReneeRead.blogspot.com
Rick Riordan did it again. I enjoyed the 2nd installment just as much as the 1st. The humor, the story, the action and suspense, it’s all still there.
In the second story of Percy Jackson we start off with Percy having some very strange dreams. What is so strange about these dreams you ask? Well Grover is shopping for a wedding dress, that kind of strange. From the beginning I was laughing out loud with the craziness that Grover and Percy seem to get themselves into. This book had a story within the story. The book didn’t really get into the main storyline to much but did explain some major key parts about Tyson, Percy, and little more about Grover’s race. This book was a lot of fun and I will be reading the next one as soon as I can fit into my ever growing TBR pile. ...more