"Outside of lessons, no one spoke to her, and Arden made sure to stay out of Georgia's way. She developed a slink, which got her around school without anyone paying any attention to her at all. At times she thought she was actually invisible. It was almost worse than being bullied, this just being ignored. Whole days went by when she didn't speak a word to anyone. No one approached her. She ate lunch by herself, scarfing it down quickly so she could go to the library and pretend she had something to do. Meanwhile, she watched."
This was a refreshing new take on vampires and witches. I really enjoyed how the story unfolded.
Arden has never fit in and she doesn't understand why. When her father tells her they are moving to a new town Arden accepts it without argument knowing it would do no good when he is still grieving her mother. Arden eventually makes a few friends in the small town but what brings them together is not at all what she expected.
Arden is a strong, independent, and somewhat sad character. I loved her! Arden doesn't let the disappointment of her possible future deter her from fighting for what she wants and believe she deserves.
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