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Vampires that are turned via advanced technology from the time of Atlantis (some nano-thingie that constantly heals them, but requires “extra” blood to work properly). Living in our world, blending with humans, and my favorite part? Easy reads that always have a moment or two of danger but mostly just funny and super romantic.

She has been enjoying the single life after she split from her Vampire Diaries co-star Ian Somerhalder in 2013.

And now it is now reported that Nina Dobrev, 28, has found love once again with Glen Powell after they were spotted sharing a steamy smooch at her pal Julianne Hough's wedding over the weekend.

This series is what introduced me to vampires and werewolves and captured me fully for weeks. She takes already existing story lines but throws a fantasy/romance twist on them.

It really deserves to be at the top for me, because of all I have gained from this series. I’ve only read the Christine/Dylan (kind of a reverse Little Mermaid) and the Persephone/Hades ones but I really enjoyed them. C and Kristen Cast I love the idea of being born a vampire and going to a school JUST for vampires.

The Perks of Being a Wallflower star was spotted getting hot and heavy with her new beau in a photobooth at her best friend's lavish nuptials to Brooks Laich.

According to Hollywood Life.com, Nina and Glen are said to be 'loving every minute' of being together as she underwent bridesmaid duties for her BFF's big day.

Oh and, yeah ok, I also cheated cause there are more than 10 (this is also a , so comment here, or join me there, and maybe we can change this list even more! This is one series that I can easily read again and again. 2.) Charlaine Harris’s Southern Vampire Mysteries (Sookie Stackhouse Series) This was the second series I read in the genre, and I hesitated because I didn’t think it was possible to ever love any vampire more then Edward. While only a few of the heroes have a “vampire-y bite” in this series, they are all fighting a war against a certain kind of evil vampire.

Warrior vampires that protect the human race from an evil group of “turned-soulless” humans that are just plain gross. Read his book and you’ll see But first, read all the others, and I promise. Greek gods and goddesses (and then some other gods on top of that), shifters, demons and humans and again, swoon-time! Secret government agencies, cover-ups, vampire wars (and you might as well add ghosts and zombies to the mix) and you get non-stop action, and heartbreaking moments and plenty of funny (although more like snarky-funny).

Against his better judgment (he’s got a few vampire-y secrets up his sleeve), he brings her home for a one night stand, but…well can they keep it to just one night? Imagine my surprise when I “tweeted” with “Ren” (the main character of book#1). This series was actually based on a real band in New Orleans that inspired the author.

Good series if you’re just looking for that camaraderie feel, and some very steamy romance too. As the series progresses, paranormal danger threatens in the background… Of course…the whole “vampire” thing might be made up. *giggle* 9.) Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight Saga No explanation needed cause I’m sure you’ve all heard about it. I just started reading the Goddess Summoning ones and I love them so far.

It’s the whole “love at first site in a bar” thing, but that’s actually what hooked me. It’s about a trio of girlfriends on vacation in New Orleans.