[KINDLE] ✽ Blue Bloods ❁ Melissa de la Cruz – Golanvideoagency.info

Blue Bloods When The Mayflower Set Sail In , It Carried On Board The Men And Women Who Would Shape America Miles Standish John Alden Constance Hopkins But Some Among The Pilgrims Were Not Pure Of Heart They Were Not Escaping Religious Persecution Indeed, They Were Not Even Human They Were VampiresThe Vampires Assimilated Quickly Into The New World Rising To Levels Of Enormous Power, Wealth, And Influence, They Were The Celebrated Blue Bloods Of American Society The Blue Bloods Vowed That Their Immortal Status Would Remain A Closely Guarded Secret And They Kept That Secret For Centuries But Now, In New York City, The Secret Is Seeping Out Schuyler Van Alen Is A Sopho At A Prestigious Private School She Prefers Baggy, Vintage Clothes Instead Of The Prada And Pearls Worn By Her Classmates, And She Lives With Her Reclusive Grandmother In A Dilapated Mansion Schuyler Is A Lonerand Happy That Way Suddenly, When She Turns Fifteen, There Is A Visible Mosaic Of Blue Veins On Her Arm She Starts To Crave Raw Food And She Is Having Flashbacks To Ancient Times Then A Popular Girl From Her School Is Found Dead Drained Of All Her Blood Schuyler Doesn T Know What To Think, But She Wants To Find Out The Secrets The Blue Bloods Are Keeping But Is She Herself In Danger


About the Author: Melissa de la Cruz

Melissa de la Cruz is the New York Times and USA Today best selling author of many critically acclaimed and award winning novels for teens including The Au Pairs series, the Blue Bloods series, the Ashleys series, the Angels on Sunset Boulevard series and the semi autobiographical novel Fresh off the Boat.Her books for adults include the novel Cat s Meow, the anthology Girls Who Like B



10 thoughts on “Blue Bloods

  1. says:

    This book had the potential to be amazing affluent teens learn in their fifteenth year that they are reincarnated vampires who will never really die, only come back to reenter another cycle of life unfortunately, it was terrible One gets the impression that La Cruz either rushed through this, or had a constant bout of writers block The writing is forced and trite, and things that sho


  2. says:

    So I was reading a Cracked article a little while ago It told me that you get addicted to pop music because it sets off the pleasure centre of your brain Cracked also told me that your brain derives pleasure from particularly predictable music because your brain enjoys predicting things and enjoys being right even Finally, humanity s explanation for NickelbackNo seriously, look at this Look


  3. says:

    Book Review This pic is from deviantart.com btw I ve been wanting to read this series for a long time now but unfortunately I was always got sidetracked by other vampire series e.g The Black Dagger Brotherhood series, Vampire Academy, House of Night, Evernight Series, Morganville Vampires, Sookie Stackhouse series, The Mortal Instruments Trilogy, Night Huntress Whoa that was a long list, should I ju


  4. says:

    Okay.I have to drag my soap box outer sckrrrkk keep in mind this is my opinion and I don t wish to offend anyone Alright, I began to read junior fiction and young adult books to cut out the undesirable sex scenes and vulgar language Well, I have had to stop reading highly entertaining young adult books because of the sex and language I am highly disappointed in the trend now a days Is it any wonder teen pre


  5. says:

    This book was a massive mental battle for me, between the decent parts of the plot notice I say PLOT, not book and the horrendousness of the rest of the book Okay, let me put this bluntly Blue Bloods stunk.First of all, the story was not believable Not because it included a pack of civilized vampires that were conveniently all wealthy and living in New York City Because the characters reactions were so obviously fa


  6. says:

    This book is so fucking stupid that I lost IQ points while reading it The only reason I didn t DNF it was for the joke material Because, seriously, this book has to be a joke, right The premise had some potential vampires who came over on the Mayflower, come into their vampireyness at age 15, and are reincarnated over and over again There are exactly 400 of them, and our special snowflake is a new one Oh no Not a New Soul


  7. says:

    I absolutely hated this book HATED it I m not sure I ve ever been able to say that about a novel before, but I can honestly say that about this one Being a long time fan of vampires, I picked this up at Barnes Noble thinking that it might be a quick, easy, interesting read The book itself is not terribly long, but I had a hard time getting through it For one thing, that characters aren t likableAT ALL The vampires are an ancient g


  8. says:

    I am painfully, painfully addicted Not entirely in spite of the trashiness because a small part of me finds the constant detailed descriptions of everyone s outfit deeply entertaining hi, Laurell K Hamilton for the Gossip Girl set , but if you dig beyond the uneven pacing, the telling instead of showing, and the constant references to everyone s extreme wealth , there is some very, very interesting mythology being crafted here, with some


  9. says:

    This series is basically Gossip Girl meets Twilight Melissa de la Cruz is obviously a great authorHowever, she does not follow through with this series She spends time talking about designer labels, and what the elite are wearingthan she does building up the plot I felt completely let down, because many people had suggested this series to me.Having said thatI still want to know what happens, which means I will give Melissa de la Cruz a second ch


  10. says:

    Where to begin I ve been devouring a lot of YA fiction lately, especially that of the supernatural kind and, honestly, I m running out of avenues I d been putting off the Blue Bloods novels because they just didn t interest me Well, today I was bored so I picked this little gem up from the library It passed a few hours worth of my time Was it worth it Well, I got some laughs.The book opens with a massive cliche Which I suppose should have warned me and p


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