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3.94  ·  Rating details ·  156,287 ratings  ·  3,410 reviews
Dus jij dacht dat Zoey Redbird even een break zou nemen na de recente enerverende gebeurtenissen? Helaas zit dat er niet in voor de Hoge Priesteres van het Huis van de Nacht. Het duistere kwaad dat zich schuilhoudt in de tunnels onder het Tulsa Depot groeit, en Zoey verdenkt Stevie Rae ervan verantwoordelijk te zijn voor veel meer dan ze doet voorkomen. Aphrodites visioene ...more
Paperback, 364 pages
Published November 11th 2011 by Boekerij (first published October 27th 2009)
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Ashley A fledgling is still learning to be a vampire, and has not completely changed into one yet. Vampire/vampyre are the same, just different ways to spell…moreA fledgling is still learning to be a vampire, and has not completely changed into one yet. Vampire/vampyre are the same, just different ways to spell it.(less)
Vern Yes, it's just spelled differently.

And Aphrodite isn't the love goddess, she just changed her name to that.…more
Yes, it's just spelled differently.

And Aphrodite isn't the love goddess, she just changed her name to that.(less)

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Mar 25, 2010 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Anyone who's into the HON series
Have you ever read a book that's so irritating you can't help but think, 'It would be great if most of the characters died right now, especially the main character because she sucks'? Possibly even go so far as consider writing and posting your own ending to said book on An ending in which Buffy the Vampire Slayer shows up and kills everyone in a hilarious yet incredibly violent fashion?

If your answer is YES then you've probably been reading this series. XD

Seriously though, Temp
Oct 29, 2009 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
"Like, a lot of people like me and all, I'm important and shit, this god also does. Oh yeah, I have, like, three hawt guys after me. I seriously can't believe he - insert one of three guys name - would do that! It's his fault! Enough loving me already! Oh wait, I forgot, this sick thing happened, *insert spoiler* Oh my gawd! " Well, that's my perspective on Miss so-effing-beautiful-high-and-mighty-mary-sue Zoey this book. Cue head banging.

I was thinking that since the last book wasn't very impre
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3.5 Stars
Stevie Rae and Rephaim❤️

So after I gave birth to my son, lazing around the house, cus “come on” my newborn slept around the clock. So I thought “heck I am gonna give this series a try”. Well I am not going to front, I was in love with the first five books of this series, blame it on the hormones or trying to re-live some form of my youth, I was addicted and gobbled up all the books in less than a week.

The sixth book happened and I am now questioning my sanity, I will
Apr 24, 2009 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I just have to continue this series to see what happens to Kalona. I hope Zoey dies in this one....


So I've made my disdain for Zoey quite clear. So why do I keep reading this? Simple - the plot is actually really good. I really enjoy the Kalona and Neferet story arc, and I REALLY liked that we finally got some chapters from other character's perspectives.

The beginning of this book was hard for me to get through, though. I'm sorry, but the Zoey-going-out-of-her-way-not-to-cuss thing is ge
Jul 07, 2009 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Mar 25, 2009 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: vampires
I tried. I really did. But this book blew it really hard. I literally skimmed over pages and pages of useless and boring things. This is the first book of the series that wasn't interesting to me. I almost gave up on it. And I think I should have. Instead I wasted 2 bucks in late fees trying to finish it. And all the characters seemed so OUT of character that I just couldn't really focus or really care about it. And you know what was really annoying? All the " I heart me some__" shit. Really ann ...more
Sophia Triad
Still he was too late.

The book with the two very important deaths and the shuttering of a very important soul.
One of the best cliff-hangers that I have ever read.

In a voice torn from her soul, and so filled with anguish Stark hardly recognized her, Zoey screamed, “No!” and threw the glowing ball of spirit at Kalona.

In contrast to the first books in the series, Tempted has 6 points of view by: Zoey, Stevie Rae, Aphrodite, Rephaim, Heath and Stark.

Lots of things happen in the book that mak
Brigid ✩
Okay, I might spoil a few things here, so be warned.

There are so many things I hate about these books. I hate Zoey, for starters. She is a terrible MC. I mean, you have books like Twilight getting all that crap about the MC being a bad influence, but come on … Zoey does next to nothing except walk around and let boys drool over her. I don't even understand why so many guys are obsessed with her, when she's such an annoying idiot! Sure she has all the magic power thingies, but even that's not all
K.D. Absolutely
The sixth book in The House of Night series.

It’s been 3 years since I read and like Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight (the book, not the movie). People always wonder why I liked that book. Well, aside from the fact that it was one of my first reads when I joined GR, it turned me into who I am now: a voracious reader. I guess it had something to do with its simple, readable language and the buzz it created. I became popular in the office by being the first one to read it and my books, all the 4 of them
Rusty's Ghost Engine (also known as.......... Jinky Spring)
Contrary to what others say about this series, I think they're quite good. Ok I will admit the first few books were a little slow and perhaps could have been condensed a bit, but this series is getting better. I gotta say I like the informal vibe of these books and the fact that they stand out in their own way. I'm liking this world more and more as I read along! ...more
Nasty Lady MJ
Oct 09, 2012 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Amy from Amy's Baking Company and Other Self Absorbed Twits who act like Zoey
Recommended to Nasty Lady MJ by: New Years Resolutions
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Note: the following scenario is fiction and is used to illustrate my absolute hatred for the House of Night series. Note, I am not actually a teacher and have not actually substituted for PC Cast. I am merely using the classroom setting to illustrate my disdain for this piece of shit.

Somewhere in Oklahoma

MJ: Good morning class. You're teacher Mrs. Cast isn't available so I'll be teaching you guys today. It says you were talking about Tempted?

Brown Noser: Yes, Tempte
About the start of August both Untamed and Hunted were (FINALLY) released in Australia... so I'm really hoping that means we'll get Tempted the same time its released in America! (but my mum isn't... apparently I should be studying instead of reading...)

Logically Zoey will get with Stark, because he's the only one who hasnt gotten or caused a broken heart yet. Also, because he's gorgeous, whereas Heath is obsessive and Erik is possessive. It's the best way.
Jennifer Salaiz
Nov 11, 2009 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I can't even begin to think how to start this review. I just now finished the book so I'm trying my hardest to process everything. The reason I give this book 5 stars is because for one, I loved the overall story. Not once did I get bored reading it, or have to set it down because things weren't going smoothly. I truly adored it........until of course the ending. I'm glad I read some of the review with nonspoilers so I was expecting something dramatic to happen. I read people throwing the book, ...more
Maria Eduarda Lucena
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Zoey Redbird is back in her full Mary-Sue glory. She's beautiful, she's unique, she's almighty and powerful; she's basically a giant pain in the ass and annoying as hell.
Despite that, the series is beginning to unfold in a most interesting way as the stakes get higher. Apocalyptic prophecies and ancient vampire councils make for satisfying twists and turns. And the occasional switch to third-person gives fresh new perspectives and a welcome break from our beloved Zo.
Stevie Rae's story specifical
Nov 01, 2009 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Garbage !!!! que libro de mierda!!!!!

-- SPOILER Alert---

Im sooooo upset about this book! is the worst so far! I just dont get it? WTF happen to the authors???? when they become such a crappy writers??? I mean the last book was boring, but this one was unbearable ! NOTHING happen in 250 pages ! and suddenly in the last 15 pages they kill Heath! and then is over...just like that..!

And is pretty obvius that the writter decided to make the book more "kid and teen like" because suddenly Zoey is a
Charissa Sophia de la Rosa
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Mar 05, 2010 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
This book was crap, just like the rest of the series. It was a watery filler unworthy of my time. I'll break down some of my biggest problems with the series as of now.

Damien and Jack -- they aren't a real gay couple. The Cast's have twisted them so outside of real people that it makes me cringe whenever I read them. Instead of being a real couple, they've become a cute puppy sideshow. It seems like they're constantly patting themselves on the back for having a gay couple without having to add t
Aug 18, 2010 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
On the last episode of The Worst Thing Ever, we hit rock bottom when Zoey did a whole lot of nothing for dozens of pages, then allowed a serial rapist into her inner circle, and banished Kalona and Neferet with the power of love. Tempted picks up moments after the end of Hunted, with Zoey and her party scrambling to tie up loose ends in the aftermath of the fight.


While Zoey rushes Stark to the infirmary to get his stupidly-shaped burn looked at, Stevie Rae
Fangs for the Fantasy
It’s time for another House of Night book, yes my epic suffering continues

Here we have an evil plot to take over all vampire society and doubtlessly do bad evil things – but far more importantly we have to spend an age battling with Zoey’s endless love dodecahedron. This eclipses doing any actual plot line. Oh and Stevie Rae decides to lose her ever loving mind and find yet another irredeemable evil to redeem. Of course she does.

The desperate, awful, contrived theme of this book is “choice” and
TCL Call #: YA Cast P

Ok. So this is the 6th in the House of Night series and while I've been recommending these as light tweener-early teen reading I can't anymore. It's like the authors know they have a series going. If they just spend the first part of the book rehashing how the last one ended, fill the middle with useless and frankly inane teen hand wringing, they can end with one plot advancement that will make their readers pick up the next in the series.
I felt like I was reading a Dan Brow
James Tullos
Apr 29, 2020 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
At one point while reading I realized that after this book I would only be halfway done and I considered giving up. Mama didn't raise no quitter. ...more
Victoria ♡
Mar 28, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Honestly these books sure are great to pass the time! They don’t really take much thinking (you don’t even have to remember the last book bc the author kinda repeats a lot of it).

This one was pretty good, I like how the plot is advancing and I’m ready to get into the next one as soon as I can!
Jul 23, 2017 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: reviewed, 2017
At this point in the series Zoey is more confused then ever. She's done what's expected of her and still the world demands more! You'd think after almost dying, somehow banishing a creepy immortal and seriously flawed high priestess, saving a new red vamps life, dealing with friend's lies, and then the wonderful possessive boyfriend problems would totally be enough... Guess not.
After everything that's happened she and the cast head back to the lovely House of Night to try to regroup and check u
Moony (The Burglar Baggins) MeowPoff
Wow, this was the best book yet. Got other pov's than Zoey's and it was lots of different things happening.
Nov 28, 2009 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: reviewed
When I first started reading the House of Night series, I held high hopes for it; it was funny and modern, and didn't take itself too seriously. Also, Zoey had yet to become the self obsessed, prattling nitwit she has become in Tempted, an unnecessarily dragged out filler for this series.

Alas, Zoey has become one of the most irritating characters in YA, and this series seems to be stuck in a rut. The narration has now split between characters, Stevie Rae taking on a much bigger role. (And I have
Feb 07, 2010 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Ok, first of all, I need to get this off my chest.

Dear PC & Kristin Cast,

Congratulations! You have successfully managed to learn the word "reconnoitering" and use it properly in a sentence. That is quite an accomplishment, if of course you are capable of also learning how to use other words. I can lend you my dictionary if you want! It is chop full of all kinds of words so you don't have to use "reconnoitering" as the only extension of your vocabulary! Seriously, after seeing that word at least
Oct 31, 2009 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I had been so excited for this book to come out, but I find I'm slightly let down with the lack of action. It's not that I'm looking for mega fights and battles. I just feel like much didn't really happen; it was more of a transition book. Just when it was getting to something more interesting that would move the plot along the book was coming to an end. And I absolutely hate where it left off - more than any of the other books. I guess I understand that this book was about her being "tempted" a ...more
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