☃ Misguided Angel PDF / Epub ✑ Author Melissa de la Cruz – Dolove.info

Misguided Angel After Inheriting The Dark Van Alen Legacy, Schuyler Fled To Florence With Her Forbidden Love, Jack Now The Two Of Them Must Embark On The Mission Schuyler Was Destined To Complete To Find And Protect The Five Remaining Gates That Guard The Earth From Lucifer, Lord Of The Silver BloodsBack In New York, Mimi Has Been Elected Regent Of A Crumbling Coven Struggling With Her Heartache Over The Loss Of Kingsley And With Her Overwhelming Desire To Destroy Jack, She Must Focus All Of Her Energy On A Perilous New Threat Vampires Are Being Abducted And Their Captors Are Planning To Burn Them Alive Onlinefor All The World To See Help Arrives In The Form Of Deming Chen, A Venator From Shanghai, Who Must Untangle The Web Of Deceptions Before The Killers Strike AgainAs The Young Vampires Struggle For The Survival Of The Coven, They Uncover A Deadly Secret, A Truth First Discovered By Schuyler S Mother During The Renaissance But Kept Buried For Centuries And As The Blue Blood Enclave Weakens Yet Further, Fate Leads Schuyler To A Terrible Choice That Will Ultimately Map The Destiny Of Her Heart

About the Author: Melissa de la Cruz

Melissa de la Cruz is the New York Times and USA Today best selling author of many critically acclaimed and award winning novels for teens including The Au Pairs series, the Blue Bloods series, the Ashleys series, the Angels on Sunset Boulevard series and the semi autobiographical novel Fresh off the Boat.Her books for adults include the novel Cat s Meow, the anthology Girls Who Like Boys Who Like

10 thoughts on “Misguided Angel

  1. says:

    I do not exaggerate when I say that absolutely nothing happens in this book to advance the overall plot, very disappointing I would be annoyed if I had actually purchased this novel Barely worth the read The writing is trite and cliched in the extreme Teenagers act like they are 50, which I guess I could accept had that been the case from the start of the series, but it wasn t.

  2. says:

    I m almost half way done this book So far, its really boring so i have finally finished this book and there are no words to describe how disappointed i am the first five books were amazing however this book kind of ruined the series I guess you can say that I m in between loving it and totally hating it To be honest it wasn t that bad, but it wasn t that good at the same time the book needed something to make it interesting.

  3. says:

    Update So it s 06 02 2014 and I decided it was time to marathon the series in honor to read the final book OH MY I was such a cringey 15 year old covers face However truth be told, I still feel the same way I felt 3 years ago Schuyler does have some spunk but I genuinely find myself eye rolling at everything she says in regards to Jack BARF Moving on to Jack, why is he so bland and boring Book 1 Jack seemed exciting now not so much Also what s with calling each other L

  4. says:

    The Blue Blood series didn t interest me as much as other books I have read They are very good and will keep you on edge I am skeptical though The last book, The Van Alen Legacy, was not as good as I had hoped I was not sad when it was over It was probably my least favorite in the series to date i hope that Misguided Angel will be better than the last I do recommend these books though.

  5. says:

    The flashbacks are getting and confusing First of all, the author seems to get bored having to type out their full names Andreas becomes Dre Tomasia becomes Tomi and Giovanni becomes Gio This is all fine and well and very lazy but later on when a character drops a huge bomb by saying Andreas I started flipping through the book trying to remember who that was Oh yeah, Dr Dre Started a rap group with Snoop Tomi Tom and Lil Gio Why make an already messy storyline featuring characters

  6. says:

    I ve never liked the series very much, mainly because of those clothes digressions and useless descriptions, but the story wasn t so bad, so I kept reading I thought the author was just showing off a bit and well, it s not like I know much about fashion, so it was a little annoying, but I could just skip that and give for granted she knew what she was talking about.Now, here s the fifth book, and where are we Italy, my country, apparently the new trend I knew from the beginning it would en

  7. says:

    Blue Bloods series has always been a guilty pleasure for me, I know the series s flaws, but I can live with them.Actually I m here to pimp my Blue Bloods fanarts a bit.Drawing of Deming Chan, Angel of Mercy Kuan Yin.Mimi and Kingsley link The rest of my Blue Bloods fanarts

  8. says:

    Okay so I definitely give these books credit than they deserve but THIS one was SO ROUGH Honestly it was just petty and dumb and I read this book LESS THAN 12 HOURS AGO AND I CANNOT REMEMBER HOW IT ENDED The formatting was very uncomfortable in this one It s broken up into three different characters POVs, but rather than switching from one to the other, it s just separated into blocks The first third of this book follows Schyler and Jack and after that we see absolutely nothing of what they are doing u

  9. says:

    Misguided Angel is the fifth book of the Blue Bloods Series Instead of getting old it just keeps getting better..at least to me This book in particular is told in 3 parts There s Jack and Schuyler s story, which is about their lives on the run in Italy and trying to find one of the gates to the Underworld and finish Lawrence s mission The second part is about Mimi and her status as Regent of The Conclave and how she tries to deal with some difficult obstacles thrown her way.And last but not least the third par

  10. says:

    I feel strangely unsatisfied I just finished Misguided Angel and my initial thoughts were that it was disappointing filler The book doesn t really have an ending There is no resolution for any of the characters Very little happens in the book The only excitement was in the first section and it was short lived I couldn t really remember why the main characters were in Europe or why they needed to run away from their captors Perhaps too much time had passed since I read the fourth book, or maybe it just wasn t that mem

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