Bloodlust

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Red Fox, 2006 - Brothers and sisters - 232 pages
109 Reviews

Jason and his sister have just moved to Malibu - to a town full of rich kids whose lives revolve around money, fashion, cars and parties. Jason gets swept along by the excitement and is flattered to be included - and also very flattered by the apparent interest of the stunning Sienna. But these rich kids hide a dark secret and soon Jason finds that their parties involve a little more than the usual alcohol and music! When their secret is revealed, Jason has to decide if he can accept the status quo. Everyone else seems to be able to... and it might just mean he could get closer to Sienna...

A fabulously glam and sexy take on the classic vampire story - these vamps can live pretty normal lives, no garlic or coffins for them!

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Alex Duvals writing is great. - Goodreads
very simple writing. - Goodreads
The plot, like I've said, was very simple and expected. - Goodreads
The writing was nice. - Goodreads
It was an easy read and the writing was simple. - Goodreads
The plot was not complex nor new or revetting. - Goodreads

Review: Bloodlust (Vampire Beach #1)

User Review  - McKenzie Templeton - Goodreads

I'll agree with some of the other reviews I've read. Yes it's simple, yes there's nothing extremely differentiating between this novel and other vampire fiction and nothing really unique about it, but ... Read full review

Review: Bloodlust (Vampire Beach #1)

User Review  - Danielle Folker - Goodreads

very simple writing. very boring read. Read full review

About the author (2006)

Alex Duval was born and raised in Paris, before moving to California to pursue a career in fashion photography. Alex loves all sports, especially surfing. When not writing books, Alex loves watching movies, especially The Lost Boys, and visiting art galleries around the world. Alex has homes in both Paris and LA.

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