Along the same lines of the "Twilight" series, comes this amazingly beautiful series about Zoey Redbird who belongs to the "House of Night" school. A mix between "Twilight" and "Harry Potter, " this is the second book in the series and is so named "Betrayed." I am a hopeless fan of the series and have been since I started reading the first few pages of the first book entitled "Marked."
In this chapter, we find Zoey Redbird beginning to feel comfortable at her school. She finally find a place where she is becoming accepted for who she is. She has an almost unrealistic amount of boys after her and even finds herself "imprinted" with her ex human boyfriend Heath. If this isn't enough, someone or something is killing the teens at the school. I can't say this book is unpredictable but it gives you a sense of expectation and, at times, hilarity. The characters that surround Zoey each have their own amazing personalities add emotion to the complex plot.
In my opinion, this is the best of the series. It reveals Zoey as a real character that the reader can identify with as well as reveals her own weaknesses. I relate to her. Even being a soon to be vampyre I can relate to her character the most. She becomes the new leader of the "Dark Daughters" and finds a new enemy is the previous leader, Aphrodite. (Not that they were ever really friends, anyways.) At the same time, Zoey is caught between her new found love for Erik and her old human flame Heath. Her mentor Nephritide begins acting strange, especially when somof the fledglings do not make it through the "change." This dramatic tale of vampire-hood will grip you from the beginning. Move over Bella, there's a new almost vampyre in town!