Eve Sinclair and The Moonstone [Book 1]
Say you've spent the first 14 years of your life in a foster home.
Then, in an absurd twist of fate you find yourself surrounded by vampires, a pet wolf cub, a vampire boarding school, and a evil identical twin sister who bears a grudge against you for taking the life that should have been hers.
Not only that, but you discover that you are a vampire yourself, but your human!
This is exactly what happens to young Eve Sinclair in Stephanie Dylan's enchanting, funny depute novel, The Vampire Savior.
In the non-vampire human world-the world of "Breathers" - Eve is a very nice, normal, ordinary healthy girl. But she has spent her life raised in Shady Pines Foster home with her nasty Uncle Ethan, Aunt Maria and step-sister Charlene and step-brother Robbie.
But in the world of vampires, small, skinny Eve is famous as a survivor of the vampire who tried to kill her. She is left only with a birthmark of a sun and a moon united on her back, curiously refined sensibilities, and a host of mysterious powers to remind her that she's quite, yes, altogether different from her foster father, and foster sisters.
Then on the eve of her 14th birthday, a mysterious man named Archer appears at the home requesting to adopt Eve, and the matron's all too happy to get the girl off her hands.
Eve dreams of adventures like the ones she reads about in her books - until she is spirited away to Twilight Academy, a boarding school for young vampires in the middle of New England. There she learns she has a legacy-not only to the school, which her parents also attended, but to save her people.
All the students at Twilight Academy have powers, and although Eve's hasn't manifested itself yet, the tutors insist she has one. Eve isn't sure she cares.
Soon enough, however, Eve finds herself at Twilight with her pet wolf Odo ... and that's where the real adventure-humorous, haunting, and suspenseful-begins.