Written by Amanda Hocking, narrated by Hannah Friedman. Download and keep this book for Free with a 30 day Trial. Flutter – the third book in the My Blood Approves series Being undead doesn’t make life any easier for Alice younger brother’s love life is heating. Read “Flutter (My Blood Approves, #3)” by Amanda Hocking with Rakuten Kobo. Flutter – the third book in the My Blood Approves series Being undead doesn’t.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Yocking. Refresh and try hockig. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Flutter by Amanda Hocking. Being undead doesn’t make life any easier amanxa Alice Bonham. Her younger brother’s love life is heating up, while hers is Mae is falling apart, her best friend Jane is addicted to vampire bites, and if Alice doesn’t get her bloodlust under control, someone will end up dead.
Alice volunteers for a rescue mission with Ezra. But going up against a pack of ra Being undead doesn’t make life any easier for Alice Bonham. But going up against a pack of rabid vampires might be too much, even for him. PaperbackSecondpages. My Amandda Approves 3. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Flutterplease sign up. Who is the man in the book cover?
Katrine Austin I want to know too! See 2 questions about Flutter…. Lists with This Book. So, Alice is still being her fabulous self. At first she and Ezra are going after Peter who is on a suicide mission. First he refuses to come home with them, but after two and a half words from Alice, he changes his mind. Her bond with Peter is gone, but that’ doesn’t stop her from kissing him for god knows what hkcking.
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Later in the book, Peter throws this in Jack’s face and Jack leaves. But like, one chapter later Alice gears up in sexy lingerie and Jack gives her some sweet lovin’. Which really didn’t live up to my expectations, with all the close-but-no-sigar-moments they had, I was ready to explode. In the meantime, Mae’s nervous breakdown is still going downhill I felt like slapping herand I understood she turned her great granddaughter into a vampire because she didn’t want her to die.
Good luck with telling that abomination why she can’t go to parties. Or have a boyfriend.
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Or do anything that doesn’t involve watching purple dinosaurs on TV. My prediction about Jane becoming a streetwalker wasn’t that far off, apparently. Instead she became a happy blood hooker, addicted to the bite of a flutfer. Milo almost killed his boyfriend, Jane almost got killed by her boyfriend, Peter almost got killed by a rogue xmanda pack, Ezra almost got killed by said rogue vampire pack.
Either way, I’ll keep on reading, bring on the next one please. View all 29 comments. I have such a mixed opinion on this series. On one hand I think the vampires here are an interesting concept. I like the humor and lack of supernatural angst, making it kinda laid back there.
Problem is, though, the plot and drama is pretty much split between insatiable bloodlust, petty relationship issues, and extremely poor judgment creating unnecessary problems. So, it’s funny and frustrating I flktter I’ll give it three stars and leave it there. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
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To view it, click here. The first two volumes are by far the strongest, and Flutter takes a serious nose-dive in comparison. I will not be reading the fourth, which is out now, as I do not feel the series can be redeemed.
There are so many repeating phrases that I could not help but start counting their occurrence, while reading, and it really pushes one away form the story. Too often someone speaks “not unkindly” or curls a lock of hair behind an ear, or asks “are you coming with? I can’t imagine a year-old vampire speaking that way.
I can’t accept every single character in every book that I have read by Amanda Hocking speaking that way. That just doesn’t work for me. Yes, to the the first two; she shot up two inches in a matter of days, her complexion improved, and over all, she became hotter. Her love life, however, lives a lot desired. The fight over the pillow did not help. Add the fact that Mae was turning into a whiny Valley Girl who was not getting what she wanted.
I suppose Flutter is not all bad. The parts that made me read on had to do with Ezra and Milo: Flutter is an OK read for a stormy night when one has nothing better to read as was the case for me. I don’t usually pay attention to reviews, but in this case, I should have. I must have some serious issues with torturing myself with bad editing and verbages throughout the book that make absolutely no sense.
How did I actually end up finishing the story you ask? By skipping major boring parts throughout the books, and getting to the ones that sort of made sense. Let me highlight the story itself: Alice is, naturally, a vampire now. She is a bumbling, trip over own two feet, unable to control herself vampire which is a perfect explaination for the past three books in this series. She supposingly loves Jack, but ends up nearly biting Peter after playing kissy face with him.
The whole Peter, Jack, Alice 3-way athon…been there done that hated it! This is me turning the pages:: For some reason, vampires can’t get enough of Alice’s emo blood and thus she has even more bad vamps chasing after her. Jack has turned into a whiney spoiled little brat and jealous of anything that Alice does without him around. I hate possessive characters in books as well as real life. Jack and Peter end up fighting over a silly pillow which really means that they are fighting over what happened between them and Alice.
Later, Alice and Jack decide to move out and get their own apartment but thanks to the brilliantly sick mind of Mae, they will probably end up staying. Milo finds a human gay boyfriend who Alice believes is a male version of a blood whore.
Naturally, Bobby did in fact hang around with vampires and Bobby wasn’t his only lover. Milo nearly kills Bobby by draining his blood. Of course, we later forget that Alice nearly does the same exact thing in order to save her life from some weird vampires the writer decides to call Lycans.
Peter tells Alice that the reason he bit her was so that Jack would rush in and kill him. Peter reveals some shocking information to Alice, who naturally, turns around and tells Jack. Mae claims that she and Peter and the abomination she creates are moving to Australia.
Violet the vampire, who chased Alice with Lucian, is still around but less likely to be trouble. Jane is now a blood whore thanks to Milo drinking blood from her in the last edition of this series. Involved with a vampire named Jonathan. Alice et al attempt to save her but she runs away and ends up in the hands of the Lycan Vampires.
Mae for some reason decided it was a good idea to visit her human family and is now having a nervous breakdown. Has a great granddaughter named Daisy who is dying of cancer and feels that it is her right to save her by making her a mini-Mae. Mae turns her five her old great-granddaughter into an abomination and infuriates everyone around her. Mae and Ezra are so overwith. Really WTH are you smoking moment: I mean, how many vampires live in the water? May I just say that I am really, really, really glad that I didn’t have to spend money on any of these books?
Flutter has a lot more action and less all around depression. Alice is now a vampire, and she and Jack are a couple. Shortly after the book opens, Alice and Ezra go try to save Peter from a suicide mission. Peter returns home with them and the love triangle is still a big issue. Milo has a human love intrest, and I was glad that he finally got over Jack.
Mae really got on my nerves in this one, but I can definitly see why she does the things she does.