Keys to the Repository
Lavish parties.Passionate meetings in the night. Bone-chilling murders. Midterms. The day-to-day life of Schuyler Van Alen and her Blue Bloods friends (and enemies) is never boring. But there's oh-so-much more to know about these beautiful and powerful teens.Below the streets of Manhattan, within the walls of the Repository, exists a wealth of revealing information about t...more
Do not read this book if you haven't read all the books released so far (last Van Alen Legacy), spoilers.
I found this informative and a good companion to the Blue Blood series. If your a f ...more
I liked Bliss' story and her encounter with werewolves. It was a sneak peak for Ms. Dela Cruz's upcoming series.
There were so many terms and names that were not really necessary to mention. Some infor ...more
I went into this under the impression it was going to be strictly novellas in the BB universe but this was a lot more than that. It was basically a summary of what has happened already in the series, it provides lots of character descriptions for everyone from major characters to the tiniest secondary character (literally just lists the names of some people). It is definitions of ...more
I just began this book, and I must say I’m finding it hard to get through the first 15 pages. It basically recaps everything that has happened throughout the whole series. Pretty soon my interest was waning and I couldn't take it anymore. The first 3 books of this series were really good and the last one was a little boring to get through. It was not captivating enough, sometimes there is too much information and a little less action. I don't know why but I feel like there is something mi ...more
I love The Blue Blood series. This is one of my favorite series, it has 4 elements that I really like: Vampires, Romance, Young Adult and Paranormal! But this book was pretty much unnecessary. It gave a bit of a recap and some more details on characters thoughts and circumstances that added on to the first 4 books. If Melissa de la Cruz had concentrated on the characters back stories or add ons to the events that took place I would have loved it. But the recap was boring and then ...more
As with the previous four synopses, I felt that the ...more
this book is a companion to the blue bloods saga. it gives additional information about the characters of the book but what i appreciated the most of this book, is the author provided some short chapter about the perspetive of the
3 boys Jack(insert high loud squeal), Dylan and Kingsley
i did enjoy reading Jack's perspective *dreamy eyes* it's titled the lie that concealed the truth Or "the last ...more
Unlike some readers, I went into this book knowing full well exactly what it was, so I wasn't disappointed. However, like some readers, ...more
The treats are hidden chapters. For each of the four previous books, there was a hidden chapter...I only discovered them with the last book. They're all here...so we learn mor ...more
I read the first 3 parts of the 'book', until the lists and definitions.
The summaries from the repository files were boring. The character stories were more interesting.
Schuyler/Jack - I couldn't care less about their drama. I hate Jack, and in the story there's a good example of why:
'...and therefore choose the easier path: to not think of her at all. I am a coward.'
Her books for adults include the novel Cat’s Meow, the anthology Girls Who Like Boys Who Like ...more