Olivia is a vegetarian. Ivy is a vampire. And they're twins ?!? Ever since Olivia discovered that her long-lost twin sister, Ivy, is a vampire, she's been soaking up everything Ivy will tell her about Franklin Grove's vampire community. It's all top secret, and Olivia's sworn that she'll... read more
Olivia and Ivy just found out they are twins! Olivia and Ivy were adopted also. Olivia moved to the same school where Ivy was going too. That is how they found out they were twins. They haven't told anyone except, Sophie, Ivy's best friend. The thing is..... Ivy is a vampire! Another vampire... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
Olivia and Ivy just found out they are twins! Olivia and Ivy were adopted also. Olivia moved to the same school where Ivy was going too. That is how they found out they were twins. They haven't told anyone except, Sophie, Ivy's best friend. The thing is..... Ivy is a vampire! Another vampire from a group called, the beasts, was taking a nap in a coffin. Someone took the wrong coffin and when they were about to burry it, he jumps out! Then the news comes and this girl, Serena Star, is trying to prove that vampires are real. She talks to Ivy's worst enemy, Charlotte Brown. She says Ivy is the queen of the goths. Serena takes Ivy on her show and interviews her. Trying to see if she would die. She gave her holy water. which isnt true that vampires will die with that, but then she tries to give her garlic which is true. so Sophie and Brendan, Ivy's outrageously cute boyfriend statr distracting her saying vampire! So Serena leaves with the camera man. Ivy and Olivia switch places. So when serena gets back olivia eats the carlic. Eventually, she goes crazy and the vampire world is safe!
Please do not look at me when I bring this afternoon’s tea. I do not think I could bear it! With love and sadness, EdnaHighlighted by 46 Kindle customers
My Dear Duke, You know that it cannot be. We are of different worlds. Oh, how I wish we could be together, but I dare not allow myself to imagine a future in your arms. How wonderful it would be to live together in a home of love and peace, to have a precious child—a babe with your handsome eyes…But I must not write of such dreams. How my head battles against my heart!Highlighted by 46 Kindle customers
“My great-aunt Edna died!” her mom replied, clapping with delight.Highlighted by 36 Kindle customers
“Just promise me Garrick Stephens isn’t going to pop out of a casserole at dinner,” Camilla joked. Olivia grinned. “With my mom’s cooking,” she said, “he’ll be sliced, diced, and sautéed way before that.”Highlighted by 14 Kindle customers
Oh, my gosh! Olivia thought in shock; she’d never even heard of a Great-aunt Edna before. My mother has lost her mind! She glanced at Camilla, who looked even more confused than Olivia felt, then turned back and said, “And you’re excited about this?”Highlighted by 10 Kindle customers
“All righty!” the woman said cheerfully, and Ivy had the un-Ivylike urge to hug her. It must be the sparkles, she thought. They’ve gone to my head!Highlighted by 8 Kindle customers
secrets,” she said. “There are those that should never see the light of day”—she smiled at Olivia tenderly—“and others that need the sunlight to blossom.”Highlighted by 7 Kindle customers
“Whoooooosss—” “DAD!” Olivia yelled. Her father jumped as if she’d thrown a bucket of ice water on him. “What is it?” he cried. “What are you doing?” Olivia demanded. “I’m practicing li ching,” he answered matter-of-factly.Highlighted by 4 Kindle customers
“If we’re switching clothes, then you’re going to have to wear this to the adoption agency,” she said, pointing to her pink sparkly top. The look of complete horror on Ivy’s face was more than Olivia could bear. She burst out laughing again, which set Ivy off, too. “Ladies!” called Mr. Strain.Highlighted by 4 Kindle customers
baritone—“‘You must look to the future, my Ivy, not back to the past.’”Highlighted by 4 Kindle customers
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