Romance novels with rich heroes and poor heroines

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romance novels with rich heroes and poor heroines

Stake Out! (My Sister The Vampire, #12) by Sienna Mercer

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This is a funny, super-girly story with a vampire bite to it. Sink your teeth into Olivia and Ivys twelfth fright-time adventure. Were on a mission! Ivy and Olivia are together again - and not a moment too soon. The whole vampire community is in a flap. Can the twins discover the identity of the mystery blogger whos determined to expose Franklin Groves biggest secret? Hold on to your fangs, vamp fans. Its time to go undercover! This is a killer story to sink your teeth into. (Amazon.com)

Woah. Like, woah. Honestly, let me start by saying that Sienna Mercer is one of the most creative writers and authors of Childrens book of all time. Like seriously Miss Mercer, you suck! That mean that shes awesome by the way - I still use the vamp/goth language sometimes. She added more vocabulary words that I never heard of, which is amazing cause I learn a lot new words while reading, and her writing is improving. And again, I love how Ivy and Olivia and almost all the characters are somehow growing up as the series goes and I super love it that Brendan and Ivy are still together. I hope they stay together forever till they get married and have kids.

Youre probably wondering why I gave it 3 out of 5 stars considering the fact that I just praised the author for another great job in her book series. It just wasnt as awesome as the previous books but still pretty good (I still want to read the next). I was really disappointed and heartbroken when Ivy and Olivia were bickering and gets on each others nerves. And this is the first time I felt distant to Ivy, its like I dont know her anymore, like I couldnt relate to her anymore, like she was different from the Ivy we know in the previous books. I dont know what the hell happened to her after she quit Wallachia but I wish she never went there in the first place. Ugh, she was just... I dont even wanna mention it. Her moments with Brendan reminded me of the old her though something is really different about her in this book.

Brendan is still sweet, handsome, awesome Brendan.

Olivia on the other hand was the one I had a connection to. Weird? It was like they switched or something. Yeah, Olivia is still pink-loving bunny but the events that happened to her and how she handled them were kind of similar to what I went through some time in my life. Although Olivia is a lot more naive than I am, I still related to her more than Ivy(view spoiler)[- even with the Jackson parts (hide spoiler)].

Sophia! OMG. Shes back. Although she only had very little parts I felt as if Miss Mercer is starting to mention her more again. And Im really excited to hear from her character more. Also Camillas.

Charles Vega is the cutest groom ever and Lilians personality fits his perfectly. I cant wait for their wedding. Please 13th book, be the wedding book.

The plot of this book rests upon one important person - the blagger (LOL!) blogger (who I wont reveal to you because I have an anti-spoil policy). But from the very first time I knew about the blogger I already knew who it was but what I didnt know why the blogger was doing what she was doing. The ending was the best part of the book

From discovering who the blogger was:


To knowing why the blogger did it:


To knowing what might happen in the next book:
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13th book, I cannot wait to get my hands on you.
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Even though this is a Childrens book I hope you take the time to read the series. Its. Awe. Some.

Happy reading!<

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  4. Juanma V. says:

    Books shelved as rich-hero-poor-heroine: Vicious by L.J. Shen, Burn for You by J.T. Geissinger, Royally Screwed by Emma Chase, Turbulence by Whitney G.

  5. Nancy C. says:

    Books shelved as poor-heroine-rich-hero: Set the Pace by Kim Karr, Brooklynaire by Sarina Bowen, Burn for You by The Swedish Prince (Royal Romance #1).

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