- By Tate Hallaway

Almost Everything

  • Title: Almost Everything
  • Author: Tate Hallaway
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 312
  • Format: Paperback
  • Almost Everything Whoever said vacations were relaxing To say half vampire half witch Ana Parker has boy trouble is putting it lightly something her text messaging bill can attest to Her rocker ex boyfriend Nikolai is

    Whoever said vacations were relaxing To say half vampire, half witch Ana Parker has boy trouble is putting it lightly something her text messaging bill can attest to Her rocker ex boyfriend Nikolai is trying to heat things up again, and high school hockey star Mathew wants her to try out with him for the Renaissance Festival At least her sort of boyfriend Elias isn t houWhoever said vacations were relaxing To say half vampire, half witch Ana Parker has boy trouble is putting it lightly something her text messaging bill can attest to Her rocker ex boyfriend Nikolai is trying to heat things up again, and high school hockey star Mathew wants her to try out with him for the Renaissance Festival At least her sort of boyfriend Elias isn t hounding her cell considering the vampire knight is currently living in her basement.Ever since her father banished Elias and Ana from the court of the Northern vampires, Ana has been trying to live a normal life But when the Prince of the Southern Region vampires informs Ana that they re on the brink of war and she accidentally offers up Elias as a peace offering, the princess knows that she s going to need some help to get out of the situation.With Ana s boy drama meter hitting an all time high, summer in St Paul is heating up for all the wrong reasons

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    1. SpoilersTo avoid a vampire war, vampire princess Ana is forced to agree to an arranged marraige between her sort of boyfriend, Elias and a vampire from another faction. Ana is faced with more trouble when she finds out that her father and his vampires must hunt a witch every 20 years in order to survive. With the deadline for another witch hunt looming, Ana must find a way to save the vampires without having to sacrifice a witch.-The storyline was boring and predictable, it was obvious from the [...]

    2. This is the last book in this series. It starts out with Elias still living in Ana's basement. One morning a prince, who is like Ana, comes to town. He says they are on the brink of war because Ana let his captain’s betrothed out of her agreement. And that someone must be offered to keep the two regions at peace. Ana makes a joke saying that all that she has to offer is Elias, and of course the prince thinks it a fine deal. She has to find a way to correct this, or at the very least make it OK [...]

    3. Awesome read as always, kudos Ms. Hallaway. I wasn't aware that this is the last book so I had to edit my original review. I'm sad that it had to end so quickly, I was left hanging and aching for more. I wanted to find out more on when Elias' return and will he stake his claim finally w/Ana. I want to see if her parents will eventually be friends especially now that they are living under one roof. I want to find out if and when Mat's relationship w/Ana ends will Nikolai make his move again since [...]

    4. Almost Everything picks up where Almost Final Curtain left off. ana has to contend with her conflicting worlds of vampires and witches, all while trying to figure out which of her many guys she wants to be with. Should she pick Nik the uber sexy rock 'n' roll witch, the chivalrous vampire living in her basement Elias, or the former enemy jock turned theatre buddy Thompson? By the end of the story I still hadn't decided who I wanted her to be with. Some people might say that three guys liking her [...]

    5. a Good novel, fun and entertaining.The one thing though is that the love situation does NOT get handled. It's more like put on pause/hold than anything seious. She doesn't even really make the choice, more like it's made for her and for that i wish for another novel to please tell me what happens.My opinion of her Love Interest-Nik: he's hot and mostly caring but other than some serious attraction and a common backround i'm not really seeing how these two work with one another. He seems a bit co [...]

    6. Well, normally, I'd give these types of books a 1. Or not rate it at all.BUT. She mentions yaoi, so I decided to be nice. (Note: if you don't know what yaoi is, I honestly suggest it. I mean, if you're an anime/manga fangirl, then yaoi is AMAZING).(view spoiler)[That aside, this is the type of book that gives me cancer. If you don't like seeing/reading explicit words, better not continue reading. A girl being fought over by three guys (slut):a) lives with one of themb) kisses her exc) practicall [...]

    7. I enjoyed this one but was surprised by the direction the author took the romance in. Not disappointed - just surprised. I am hoping there will be another book in the series as it seemed quite unfinished and up in the air - what with Elias (view spoiler)[ going to the southern kingdom, her dad being mortal and dying and Ana being vampire queen(view spoiler)[ I don't like her parents -they are awful. I love the bit where her mother tells Ana she isn't like either of them and Ana thinks - "that is [...]

    8. Ana and Elias are getting used to being exiled from her father's court but that doesn't mean the vampires are through with them. Ana is visited by the Prince of the Southern Region who needs to form an alliance or they will need to go to war. Inadvertently, Ana offers Elias and is surprised when her offer is accepted. But before she loses her vampire boyfriend they have to deal with vampires who need to hunt and can only be satisfied by hunting a witch. In the Southern Region, the witch queen wi [...]

    9. Excellent end to the trilogy, a different take on witches and vampires along with teenage angst. The sixteen year old heroine must decide who she wants to be, due to her witch mother and vampire father, she is locked in a battle between both sides of her heritage.

    10. 4.5 StarsThis is the last book in this series. It starts out with Elias still living in Ana's basement. One morning a prince, who is like Ana, comes to town. He says they are on the brink of war because Ana let his captain’s betrothed out of her agreement. And that someone must be offered to keep the two regions at peace. Ana makes a joke saying that all that she has to offer is Elias, and of course the prince thinks it a fine deal. She has to find a way to correct this, or at the very least m [...]

    11. Yep, so there's still the love square situation happening. Plus, as an added bonus, there's a new vamp prince whose come all the way from the south too annoy Ana. ooh, ooh, and all the vampires are starving! you know, cuz Ana stopped their ceremonial hunt twice now. makes them kinda hungryso, here's a sneak peek:I felt most comfortable with people who made obscure references to Star Wars movies or Lord of the Rings books, and people who got excited at the idea of a newDoctor Whoepisodes and extr [...]

    12. kitabisevda/2012/Almost Everything (Vampire Princess of St. Paul #3)Tate HallawayAman aman olmasa da severek okuduğum bir seridir kendileri.Ana adlı yarı vampir yarı cadı (annesi cadıların kraliçesi, babası vampirlerin prensi) bir kızın kendisi, hayatı ve şu cadı vampir toplulukları hakkındaki gerçekleri öğrenmesi ve sürekli olarak iki grup arasında çıkan savaşları önleme çabasını anlatıyor.Bu kitapta Ana üç erkek arasında sıkışıp kalıyor, Thompson (Normal b [...]

    13. Loved this book, it was a great addition to the series! I am sad this is the last book though, I still have so many questions! This book definitely had a lot going on supernaturally and with the guys in Ana's life. She really doesn't get much of a break in this book and there are some events that I didn't see coming. There really isn't much more I can say regarding the plot because I don't want to give anything away.Ana is a fun character and I really like her. Although I don't think I would wan [...]

    14. My Thoughts: Another cute novel by Hallaway! I love this series so much!We are back with Ana who you may remember from the previous two books. She’s part vampire/part witch. This sure does complicate things in her life! And we also are back with her awesome best friend and the two guys who she pines after. Elias and her ex-boyfriend Nik. Both are still irresistible. But, there is also a new guy in the picture. He goes to her school and his name is Thompson. He’s a sweet guy and he is very un [...]

    15. POSSIBLE SPOILER!Quite the story. This story ended perfectly with not cliffhanger, which makes me happy. It was insane what happened in the end to Ana, and yet amazing at the same time. She found love, and happiness, and also power over much she did not expect. I am glad the the story ended with her happy, because she deserved it. She got to stay the way she was meant to be, which was my favorite part. For some reason I just didn't want Ana to loose her witch half, and just keep her vampire half [...]

    16. Almost EverythingA Vampire Princess NovelByTate HallawayMy "in a nutshell" summaryAna Parkerhalf witch, half vampired the funniest heroine ever in trouble yet again!My thoughts after reading this bookAnastasia the most lovable freak accident prone dhampyr ever! I so love this series. Ana is such a sassy spunky character and the premise is quite believable. Vampires and witches live in Minnesotaey know each other exists and some humans know they existcluding Ana's newest boyfriend. Ana's mom is t [...]

    17. Vampire Princess of St. Paul sērija kopumā ir interesanta lasāmviela jauniešiem, kas aizraujas ar visu mistisko. Es īsti neatceros, kāpēc izvēlējos lasīt, bet nenožēloju padarīto. Kopumā stāts ir par Anastasiju- vampīru- raganu princesi. Protams sākumā viņa to nemaz nezin; nav jau nekāds brīnums, ja vampīri un raganas ir visļaunākie ienaidnieki. Tomēr viņa ir Raganu karalienes un Vampīra karaļa meita. Abi vecāki cenšas meitu piesaistīt savam klanam, bet galīgo lē [...]

    18. This book was really good, confusing at some parts but still very good. I have to admit it got confusing at some parts and a love square that's a really hard story line to gone but Tate Hallaway made it wrok. This book I have to is fast-paced but still amazing. It was as twist and turning like the first but it kept me reading. I really like this author has a more lose writing, she had a more adolescent writing I guess, and I guess that's just easier but funner to read. I also like how for her lo [...]

    19. Life is hard when your parents don't teach you any survival skills, and especially hard when you are a vampire princess. Ana Parker's distinct lack of knowledge of anything vampire makes for fun reading in Tate Hallaway's third installment of the Vampire Princess series, "Almost Everything."Ana Parker, raised by her witch mother to loathe vampires, finds herself endowed with vampiric rather than magical abilities. Having had no education in things undead, she finds herself adrift when negotiatin [...]

    20. LOVED ITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT!!!!!!! GREAT ending!!!! Loved Ana, loved Elias, even kind of loved Matt. SO glad this ended the way it did, even though not entirely the way I thought it would havebut besides that I thought it was FABULOUS!!!!! And such a great series!! I really loved it and while I am sad for this to be the end, I am glad too, because the ending was not so open ended that it's not fulfilling, but not so closed that there can never be anymore to the story, while the GREAT part is that An [...]

    21. I enjoyed this. Ana isn't a vampire or a witch, but half of both and she has some powers from each, but wants to protect both species even though they hate each other and warred for ages. Her love life, and excess of interested guys, continues.Ana has interrupted the Hunt twice already, so when she discovers the vampires are hungry almost to the point of insanity she's determined to save them, but not by giving them a witch to kill. Interesting solution she came up with.However, I didn't know un [...]

    22. This book was ridiculously awesome. I didn't think it would be as good as it was. Ana is one of my favorite YA paranormal characters. She's not perfect but she's selfless, kind and admit when she makes mistakes or is unsure. He'll she even admits that she was stringing along three boys. Speaking of the boys I hated Nik, was kind of indifferent and weirded out by Thompson and absolutely adored Elias. Her parents were very strong and caring in this book. The ending was a little open ended but I di [...]

    23. 3.5It was a good end to the series, my favorite of all 3 of the books. Some very funny parts had me laughing out loud. Poor Ana seeing her dad in his birthday suit on more than one occasion and then seeing her ex-bethrothed getting married to a dude was just weird not to mention awkward. Even though by the end she still had all 3 dudes vying for her affections, kind of drives me a little batty that she didn't end up with one of them but at least that is better than her not picking anybody at all [...]

    24. Ah, why isn't there a fourth book in this series? I need it Or thicker books at least. I love the unusual love triangle with three guys; it's mostly two guys and a girl in books like these I have read so I appreciate this concept. I think Hallaway managed to combine witches and vampires well in the story, I got to know Ana's personal struggle and why she felt the way she felt. 5/5 stars for sure. Something else I liked about the series is that the author named a character Bea but she's not all t [...]

    25. I have to say I'm in love with the cover, so beautiful! The book was a bit disappointing. It was all about Ana and her boy problems. She dates with some human boy Thompson, and I thought there was no chemistry there. I didn't get the whole romance with him, it was kind of all of a sudden and just forced. Then there is Nick, the rocker, while I liked him in the first and the second book, I didn't like him in this book at all. He became shallow and pushy, like only he was good enough and not some [...]

    26. I was actually close to giving this 5 stars, but I really didn't like the ending. It was very, very sudden; the curse was lifted and everything was right in the world. Bah, humbug. And it ended on a very open note that is sure not to be closed since this is the last book in the series, and that is really friggin' annoying! But other than that I found it hard to put this book away and read in less than 3 hours - that must be a good thing.

    27. I liked it a lot until I read the end. I have enjoyed the series and going in to this book I knew it was the final one. Which is why when I read the last page I kept looking for the next chapter. Nothing, and I mean nothing was resolved or had a definite end or decision. Ana could have a least picked one guy, I don't like to be forever wondering, even if it wouldn't be happily ever after for them. So I liked the series, but I really wish there was another book!

    28. I really like the way this series wrapped up. However, I would really love an epilogue sometime in the future. I guess her longtime love would most likely be Elias, as he is also immortal. But, I think she'll have time with Matthew and Nik before that. Now that she doesn't have to study bioengineering, I wonder what she will do?

    29. mmeeeehhhhh i liked it but sometimes i just felt too bored.e way breaking the hex was so quick i mean it was like tate remembered she didn't metion it before and she just wrote it there for good measure i mean like all these boring details and when it came to real action she would just finish quickly anyway i love the series so i feel like there is a lot more to it now than ever

    30. Sad this is the last book in the series. I was really hoping to get more of a resolution to all the conflicts.SPOILER ALERT Instead, we are left believing that Ana could possibly have relationships with three guys & she's now the queen of all vampires. Really wish the publisher would have allowed her to write one more book to at least square some of that away.

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