Review: Dark Prince by Michelle Hercules

Title: Dark Prince

Series: Blueblood Vampires #1

Author: Michelle Hercules

There are only two ways a human can cross the gates of Bloodstone Institute: as a familiar to one of the Blueblood vampires who attend the elite school or as a snack.

I’m neither, but I have to get in at all costs. My brother made a big mistake, and now I have to fix it by stealing from the most powerful and cruel vampire to ever come to Bloodstone, Lucca Della Morte. If that wasn’t almost suicidal, I need to get it done before the spell concealing my human nature wears off.

But I forget that I’m only pretending to be a vampire. I’m still human and susceptible to Lucca’s dangerous allure. His darkness calls to my soul. His savagery makes my blood sing. I’m falling for the dark prince, craving him in a visceral way that’s frightening and exciting at the same time.

If he discovers my secret, he’ll destroy me. And yet, I can’t help wanting to get closer. I never thought I had a death wish until I met him.

Witches, vamps, werewolves and…..something else, all centered round a school to train up vamps and their ‘community’!

I really liked this read! I haven’t read an adult pnr for a while so it made a nice change.

So Vivi has to nick something off a vamp Prince to save her brother but she gets more than she bargained for in Lucca Della Morte!

But really they both get more than they bargained for!

I did guess what would happen quite early on but I still have no idea why she needed to steal that certain item but maybe it’s explained in another book?

I’m now chomping at the bit to read about Aurora and Saxon after that ending!

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