And true, their relationship had gone from amazing to unmitigated disaster in record time because he'd kept biting her. And then the members of his family kept trying to do the same. And now vampires all over the world seemed to think of Meena's blood as a refreshing pick-me-up, like Dr. Pepper. p.30Another fun book from Meg Cabot and I'm guessing the last book in this series which is fine. Meena is not very good at keeping in control of her life and she seems to attract the Alpha Male types, like Lucien and Alaric, neither of whom I liked very much. Both of them rankled my nerves and I have a hard time believing someone as generous and kind as Meena would ever really love either of them. But I am obviously wrong and, also, not the writer of these characters, because for some reason she does love them both. So there is the kinda sorta love triangle, only not really because Lucien is a giant ass through the whole book and even Meena had to recognize this at some point.
I thought the mystery of who was turning everyone Meena knows into vampires was very good. The perpetrator was a little obvious, but it still worked as far as mysteries goes. The book moved at a pretty good clip so there wasn't a lot of down time and Meena and her crew have to work very fast to figure things out. There were some funny moments as per any Meg Cabot book and I love Meena's brother who provides the most comedic relief. The POV switched around so the reader gets a little bit of each person and the story unravels in a more whole manner. It was a cute and funny story and definitely not the standard vampire story going around these days. It's more old school than new school and I don't mind that at all.