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Antanasia Dragomir, renamed Jessica Packwood by her adopted parents, is a down-to-earth farm girl with a talent for mathematics and a resolute disdain for all things supernatural.The last thing she wanted was to find out that her birth parents were vampires, and that her vampire betrothed has come to claim her.For information about permission to reproduce selections from this book, write to Permissions, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company, 215 Park Avenue South, New York, New York 10003. Harcourt Children’s Books is an imprint of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. But then a bizarre (and incredibly hot) new exchange student named Lucius Vladescu shows up, claiming that Jessica is a Romanian vampire princess by birth—and he’s her long-lost fiancé. "The desk you’ve selected will be your assigned seat for the year. Or maybe it was because the very air in his particular corner seemed murky, the fluorescent light directly above his desk snuffed out. It was almost like he he repeated, stretching his arm up the aisle—a long, muscular arm—to offer me a shiny gold pen. When I hesitated, a look of annoyance crossed his aristocratic face, and he shook the pen at me. But the last person who’d tangled with Faith Crosse had ended up transferring to Saint Monica’s, the local Catholic school. His somewhat mysterious appearance in English class—a few feet from me—probably wasn’t cause for alarm, either. Yet I swore I saw something quite different than disgust in those black eyes. Grabbing up a marker from the tray beneath the whiteboard, he flipped off the cap with authority and scrawled the word Locking his hands behind his back, he began pacing, as though he was the teacher. I flinched away, looking to Mindy, who was actually fanning herself, totally oblivious to me. She’d been there with my dad to observe their rituals, in hopes of writing one of her groundbreaking insider journal articles about unique subcultures. maybe my birth parents had been involved in some sort of deviant sexual stuff. Without another word, Mom climbed out of the van and strode directly toward the menacing guy who’d tailed me all day. The conversation went on for what seemed like eons. Lucius Vladescu turned to go, and Mom got back in the van and turned the key. Marrying a vampire definitely doesn’t fit into Jessica Packwood’s senior year “get-a-life” plan. Wilhelm continued, squishing around on her sensible shoes. Maybe because he was sitting sort of apart from the rest of us. You could tell just by the way it glittered that it was expensive. " I didn’t appreciate the sarcasm, or the way he’d crept up on me twice in one day, and I kept staring, stupidly, until Faith Crosse reached forward and pinched my arm. "Just sign the chart, I rubbed what would be a bruise, wishing I had the nerve to tell Faith off, both for pinching me and calling me by the wrong name. He’d probably been waiting for the bus, just like me, and missed getting on somehow. Eyes wide, she jabbed her thumb in the guy’s direction, mouthing a very exaggerated, "His gaze followed my fingers, and I thought maybe he was revolted by the fact that I was bleeding. She raised a cautionary finger, like she was about to tell him to sit down, but he strode right past her. My adoptive mother, a cultural anthropologist, had been studying an off-the-wall underground cult in central Romania. "Are you She sounded so serious that I didn’t protest. I rolled down the window, but they spoke so softly I couldn’t hear what they were saying. Library of Congress has cataloged the print edition as follows: Fantaskey, Beth. Summary: Seventeen-year-old Jessica, adopted and raised in Pennsylvania, learns that she is descended from a royal line of Romanian vampires and that she is betrothed to a vampire prince, who poses as a foreign exchange student while courting her.
I accepted my copy from my longtime tormentor Frank Dormand, who’d plopped into the seat in front of me like a massive, gooey spitball, and did a quick survey.Marrying a vampire definitely doesn’t fit into Jessica Packwood’s senior year “get-a-life” plan.