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I think the best way to describe this book is as an unholy combination of Pride and Prejudice and Twilight. I will admit, I have read P&P more times than is healthy, so I like to think I know the characters relatively well. Indeed, most people who would read this book would have a fairly good idea of what these characters are like. That being said, I'm pretty sure the author picked Lizzy and Darcy to save herself the trouble of developing her own characters, and didn't really try to make her story fit with their established characters. I don't want to say the story is inherently bad, as different people enjoy different types of fiction, it just doesn't work with the characters so many people know and love. Also, the author's explanation about why Mr. Darcy is immune to the established vampire banes is novel but slightly ludicrous. And some parts of it are just plain illogical. If you're going to bastardize a classic piece of literature, at least pick one that no one actually reads, like Ulysses. Or Paradise Lost.