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Here she explains her difficulty in imagining any particular actors portraying her characters on the big screen: I can’t, for the life of me, choose actors to play my characters.As I write, the people I create become very vivid in my imagination, and they never look like anyone but... Every now and then, readers will send me pictures of actors and say, “This is who I imagine as Lucius Vladescu.” Or, “This actress would be perfect as Jessica Packwood.” And I think that’s great.

You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.Surely this section of teenagers deserve their representation?It seems my teen marriage fiction is sorely lacking.Millie's partner is gorgeous, smart—and keeping secrets Millie joins forces with her mysterious classmate Chase who seems to want to help her even while covering up secrets of his own.She's starting to get a reputation…without any of the benefits.If you are the publisher or author of this book and feel that the reviews shown do not properly reflect the range of media opinion now available, please send us a message with the mainstream media reviews that you would like to see added.

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This entry was posted on Wednesday, December 21st, 2011 at am and is filed under Read Alert, Reviews.

Confidence fading, she tends to allow Lucius to speak – and act – for both of them.

But when an Elder is mysteriously destroyed on the grounds of their estate – and all signs, including a bloodstained stake – point to Lucius, Antanasia is forced to stand alone, because Lucius is detained in the Vladescu dungeons until he can be tried.

What sends most scurrying away, however, is the flood of books that lies before you when you utter the word ‘vampire’. The teenage ‘weight’ issue is made all the more real because Jessica is the one to discover her own beauty. I rather like this message circulating through our teenagers: only from within.