On her sixteenth birthday, Anastasija Parker learns that her so-called deadbeat dad is actually a vampire king. And he wants Ana to assume her rightful position at his side, in spite of the fact that she has witch’s blood running through her veins-from her mother’s side.
Too bad witches and vampires are mortal enemies. And now Ana’s parents are at each other’s throats over her future. It’s up to Ana to make a choice, but deciding your eternal destiny is a pretty big deal for a girl who just wants to get through high school.
There is Ana and her mother is a witch, which should make her a witch too. Just, Ana only feels magic and could never really cast magic. She’s afraid that she will never be able to be a True Witch like her mom and best friend Bea.
Then one day, her father knocks on her door, telling her she’s part Vampire (duh!!) and that she shall came with him because she’s also a Princess.
My main problem was Ana, she seemed to have no personality, I couldn’t figure her truly out and honestly she just seemed flat. It hurts that I have to say this, because I really wanted to like this book badly! But everything about Ana was boring.
The plot and the dialogues weren’t that captivating either. I mean imagine you never knew your father, then one day he knocks on your door, telling you he’s a Vamp and that he’s your Dad. Would you call that stranger Dad?? Wouldn’t you ask questions???? It totally bothered me that she directly jumped on the Dad-wagon…
Then her mom, she never told her anything, even after her “dad” stood on the door, she totally refused to tell her daughter all about it. I mean common??? That totally sucked and even made me mad!
Ana herself never knew what she wanted she never went through with something she decided which made me mad again.. she immediately trusted everyone, wasn’t suspicious enough and it just doesn’t felt real.
Ok no onto the good sites: I LOVED the writing style, it was light and truly truly fun. And just for the writing and the idea of the plot I’ll read the next book again and give it a chance!