Night World No. 1: Secret Vampire; Daughters of Darkness; Spellbinder

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Simon and Schuster, Jun 3, 2008 - Young Adult Fiction - 752 pages
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Vampires, werewolves, witches, shapeshifters -- they live among us without our knowledge. Night World is their secret society, a secret society with very strict rules. And falling in love breaks all the laws of the Night World.

In Secret Vampire, Poppy thought the summer would last forever. Then she was diagnosed with terminal cancer. Now Poppy's only hope for survival is James, her friend and secret love. A vampire in the Night World, James can make Poppy immortal. But first they both must risk everything to go against the laws of Night World.

Fugitives from Night World, three vampire sisters leave their isolated home to live among humans in Daughters of Darkness. Their brother, Ash, is sent to bring the girls back, but he falls in love with their beautiful friend.

Two witch cousins fight over their high school crush. It's a battle between black magic and white magic in Spellbinder.

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User Review  - jerenda - LibraryThing

Warning: Spoilers Ahead!! This book (or these three books, rather) annoyed me. Everyone kept falling in love and finding soulmates, and it seemed really set-up to me, but the glimmerings of an ... Read full review

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User Review  - Rosa.Mill - LibraryThing

Okay so these stories are basically occult love stories. The thing is that they are all kind of similar and reading them in groups of three gets kind of repetitive. I still plan on reading at least the next one so I will have to see if the trend continues. Read full review

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L.J. Smith is the New York Times bestselling author of the Night World and Vampire Diaries series. She has written over twenty-five books and lives in California.

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