There's a recurring strain in the book that vampire relationships are inherently kind of BDSM-y but reformed vampires are safe to date as long as you can navigate certain problems, and then there's another strain that says vampires are inherently dangerous and it's your job to navigate that.
I feel like one of the writers held one opinion and the other held the opposing opinion and they just sort of blurred that together.
Were Married, Husband and Wife (Stefan died, leaving Caroline widowed); Best Friends, Former Allies; They were in love with each other, Cared about each other, They were willing to start a life together, Caroline will always love him. He became her mentor, teaching her how to control her emotions and thirst for blood.
When Damon was about to stab Caroline, Stefan stopped him, promising her that he would never let anything happen to her.
But I feel uncomfortable with the central dilemma that vampires can kill you, but somehow it's your fault if they do and it's your job to protect yourself.
A lot of it was advocating for what would basically be an abusive relationship and feels like advice for how to navigate an abusive relationship, while at the same time firmly in denial that that's what it's doing.
I think part of this is the result of the two different writers.
This Sim date suposed to be longer, but I got tired of making it , so I just quickly finished it, couse if I didn't I think it would never be finished..
THIS IS SO FREAKY IT ACTUALLYActually there's only few people who ask, so nope..
I got this because I'm a Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab fan and I love vampires.
This is a fun book, and I like how it feels to play pretend that you live in a world where vampires are real.