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Bloodlust by L.J. Smith
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did not like it
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Read from January 07 to 08, 2011 — I own a copy , read count: 1

***SPOILER ALERT!***

Stefan Salvatore, a week old vampire, escapes from the people of Mystic Falls with his brother - Damon Salvatore - and ends up in New Orleans. At first, he believed that they own the world, the people who surrounds them is like a all-you-can-eat-buffet. Little did he know that he was doing the wrong thing. His brother (Damon) decides to go a separate way from Stefan, with two goals in mind; to be strong and make his brother's life a living hell.

Stefan then meets Lexi, a century old vampire who takes him under her wing and tries to teach him how a real vampire is suppose to behave. He learns that if you feed from people you'll go crazy with Power and get yourself killed, and that eating from animals is not that bad.

Damon then is captured by a horrible man who own a freak show, and wants him to die to sell his blood. But our poor Damon is stronger than what he looks. That is when Stefan then decides to rescue his brother, falling in love at the same time with Cellie, who is the bosses daughter.

After rescuing Damon, Stefan believes that he has done his brother a big favor, and that he should be grateful. Well if being grateful is killing the only human who you found out that loved you for who you were and what you were, and then decides to kill you, then I must be kissing my enemies.

Stefan then leaves New Orleans to stay away from any human contact, and from his brother, living in a 'cave' in Central Park, New York.

I really enjoyed the book. It gives you a little idea as to why Damon hates Stefan so much. If you are a Vampire seeker, I recommend this book.
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