Read “Blue Bloods: Keys to the Repository” by Melissa de la Cruz with Rakuten Kobo. Lavish parties. Passionate meetings in the night. Bone-chilling murders. Blue Bloods: Keys to the Repository by Melissa de La Cruz, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Lavish parties. Secret trysts. Bone-chilling murders. Angels. Demons. Midterms. The day-to-day lives of Schuyler Van Alen and her Blue Blood friends (and.
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To view it, click here. In many ways this reference book is kind of dry: I like this book and I am giving it a five star rate. Repositoory the Home Gift Guide.
Keys To The Repository – Melissa de la Cruz
Overall really good to have and the sneaks are awesome. More books by Melissa de la Cruz. Immediately after this short story, it went back to more character records. Also, I think the cover is gorgeous and intriguing. Oct 01, Catherine Ford rated it really liked it Shelves: See and discover other items: But this book was pretty much unnecessary. Not as entertaining as Bloody Valentine but useful to fans of this series.
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It’s completely unnecessary to the series. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Excited to continue the series and find out more about the Van Alen Legacy!
I found this informative and a good companion to the Blue Blood series.
Adventure Books for Kids. Keys to the Repository gives you insider information that wasn’t in the other books. I find that novellas are usually very hit and miss and as I find the first three of Melissa de la Cruz’s books to be fairly average I was convinced that this was going to be a miss. There was a problem filtering reviews right now.
Dance with a Vampire. Technically, this is not a novel. The first 3 books of this series were really good and the last one was a little boring to get through.
I enjoyed the snapshot stories, and the sneak peek into the newest Blue Blood novel. Thhe lost a star for me because there wasn’t enough new stuff. However, like some readers, if I had purchased it, thinking that it would be the next novel in the series, I would have been disappointed.