Sophie has always had a normal life, but that all starts to change at the beginning of her junior year. Sophie has always wanted to be editor of the school newspaper. But the first project of the year, that she had hoped would push her into the job, seems to be more of a challenge than she expected. Sophie must do short interviews with odd, new students at school. The new students seem to be more than they appear. Also, Sophie's old next door neighbor has moved back home. But James seems different, and he knows all the new students. What is going on in Sophie's formerly normal life? Why is Vlad and the other new students asking weird questions of all the girls about birthmarks? What does it all mean?
This is a great vampire book! "Vampire Crush" by A. M. Robinson is a fast-moving book that will keep you eagerly turning pages. It ends leaving the reader eagerly anticipating A. M. Robinson's next book. This will appeal to anyone who enjoys teen vampire fiction.
I swear, my life was always totally normal.
Normal house, normal family, normal school. My looks are average, I don't have any superpowers, no one's showing up to tell me I'm a princess—you get the picture. But when my junior year started, something not normal happened. There were new kids at school . . . new kids with a wardrobe straight out of a 19th-century romance novel, and an inexplicable desire to stay at school until sundown.
And on top of that, James Hallowell showed up. James, who stole my sandwiches in fourth grade and teased me mercilessly through middle school. James, who now seems to have the power to make my heart race any time he comes near.
But something weird is going on. Because James rarely goes out during the day. And he seems stronger than your typical guy. And he knows the new kids, all of whom seem to be harboring some kind of deep secret. . . .