In this second book in the series, the activity, love triangles, and strife proceed at St. Vladimir's all inclusive school for vampires. Lovely and savvy Rose, now a senior, is months from being a Guardian, and ready to secure her closest companion, Lissa, a Royal, full time.
Be that as it may, just before the occasion break, the school is assaulted by the detestable vampire aggregate, the Strigoi. Watchmen have been acquired to ensure the school, including Rose's offended mother. The school is put on high caution and wipes out the understudies' vacation leave, rerouting everybody to an Idaho resort. Be that as it may, the school's arrangement does not as a matter of course keeps the understudies protected as the risk, dramatization, and sentiment proceed.
Likewise with the first book, this is a quick paced, grasping vampire read. The story opens with a slaughter at the school however the book is for the most part low on blood and substantial on sentiment, love triangles, and sexual
strain. Such sexual pressure proceeds between seventeen-year-old Rose and her twenty-four-year-old more established male coach, furthermore between the two young ladies themselves as Lissa keeps on considering Rose when she is making out with her beau, Christian.
Rose defies her mom (whom she is furious with as her mom picked a profession over bringing up youngsters) in a workout/battle scene that is entertaining and may be relatable to high schoolers with such sentiments. A character smokes clove cigarettes. Three understudies flee to battle the Strigoi and Rose slaughter two of them. This book is presumably more proper for a more established high schooler, instead of the distributer's suggested age of twelve and up.