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NO! Ivy's moving! Why, oh, why is she? Well, I'll tell you why. Let's take a look back, and review this book, shall we? Ivy's dad decides to move to Europe, right after Olivia passes the test (Blood Secret). Could that be why? Why, yes indeed it is. Distracting their dad is harder then the sisters taught (especially if he doesn't know that they know he's their real dad). Slowly and slowly, everyine is running out of time to spendwith Ivy. This can't be happening! Ivy had to move soon, but she really didn't want to and she knewher dad didn't want to move, either. *So, why move? Is what had puzzled the twins mind for a long time* It's not just for a job, that can't be all to it. Begging, convincing, throwing parties all doesn't change Charles Vega's mind about moving, not one bit. Until the girls spill the beans, and so does he. Admitting can be hard at some points, but when you get it all out, it's like you've just gotten happier to know that there are no more secrets (keeping Olivia, Ivy, and their dad apart). Ivy is stayingin Frankil Grove with her family! It turns out she's not moving, and netheir is her father. Oh, what a happy day! Ivy is meant to stay with the people she loved!

What a great book! I mean really. You (whoever is reading this comment) should really read the "My Sister theVampire" books! ♥I just can't get enough of them!♥ It's harder to describe it in words on a computer website the it is by just simply, reading these amazing books. Once you're done, it's like you never of wanted it to end so soon. Well, the saying, "Don't judge a book by it's cover," can be actually used in a positive way for these books. Because their covers are simply cool! So if you were possibly judging I would think you'd say something like this, "I'm reading it!" And I would ♥LOVE♥ to hear that! ( )
  LiLLY.afou5564 | Mar 28, 2012 |
THis book is the second book of the frist "My Sister the Vampire". THis time the twins Oliva and Ivy must stop Ivys dad from moving. Oliva just meet Ivy and her real father which is Ivys dad. Oliva always wanted to meet her real father, and it is nice to have a real sister. The same thing for Ivy. You see Ivy and her dad are vampires. Ivys father married a human which makes it posible that Oliva is human. But nothing will stop Ivys father to not move. The twins even tried to make him fall in love, but instead he just ended up wanting to rip his hair out because of the annoying girl the twins brought for dinner. Now they wanted to make a picture show for there dad. He liked it but still didn't change his mind. Now the twins began to think it was hopeless. There father was not going to buge.So Ivy and Oliva swich places so Oliva can hang out with the father who doesn't now she knows about he is her father. They had a great time together. The twins disited to make a surprise good bye party for there dad. While pting the party together Oliva find a jornal that there father wrote when there mother was with child. I said that he thought she died in brith because of him being a vampire. So he didn't want to hurt Oliva so he gave her to a nice family and pretend not to be Ivy's father. The twins told him they knew but he said that he couldn't hurt Oliva. So the twins told a vampire docter and he told the father that the mother died not because of the vampire thing, it was because she was not strong enother for borth. The father was so happy he said he was not moving ever! The twins were so happy they couldn't wait to tell there friends.
I liked this book because I like vampires and that the problem they have to solve. Also that they wanted to stay together. It shows true sister hood. Oliva loves Ivy so much she does not care she was a vampire. I was cool how Ivys father turned out to be th real father of the twins. I thought is was a cool twist in the story. The differences between twins were big but they still make it work. That I think is very interesting, and a good tale between two sisters. ( )
  Alexis.Goodro | Feb 7, 2012 |
Reviewed by Jaglvr for TeensReadToo.com

VAMPALICIOUS! continues where RE-VAMPED! left off. Ivy and Olivia have solidified a bond between them, which only twin sisters can share. It doesn't matter that neither knew the other existed, or that one is human and the other is a vampire. They have just found each other this school year and will do everything they can to stay together.

Now that Mr. Vega has decided to move to Europe for his new job, Ivy and Olivia and their assortment of friends band together to create a way to keep Ivy and her father in Franklin Grove. They brainstorm and decide to do a power point presentation on the pros of Franklin Grove and the cons of Europe. Throwing in World War pictures and information on the Bubonic Plague, they can't fail with their presentation. But Mr. Vega isn't swayed, though he does compliment them on the presentation of the information.

The gang returns to the drawing board, and decides if he were to fall in love in Franklin Grove, there's no way he'd want to be separated from his true love. Ivy, Olivia, and Mr. Vega are at a local restaurant and their waitress, Alice, strikes up a conversation with them. The two girls are positive that there are sparks between the adults and invite Alice, unknowingly, over to Ivy's house for a romantic dinner.

Mr. Vega quickly catches on to the plot during dinner, and informs the girl that the dinner conversation was interesting, but the date was a disaster. So the girls are at a loss for how to keep Ivy and her father in Franklin Grove. Finally admitting defeat, they decide to just enjoy their final days together and plan a surprise going-away party for Mr. Vega.

In the end though, it may be that an option they never thought possible will be the only solution to keeping Mr. Vega from wanting to run away to Europe.

This is yet another cute addition to the MY SISTER THE VAMPIRE series. It is a quick read and fun to watch Ivy and Olivia hatch one crazy scheme after another. The continuation of the series doesn't disappoint! ( )
  GeniusJen | Oct 12, 2009 |
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After discovering that she has a twin sister, Ivy, who is a vampire, Olivia risks losing her when their father decides to move to Europe with Ivy.

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