Blue Bloods #3: Revelations by Melissa delaCruz
This remains my favorite teen vampire series. Schuyler's grandmother has died and Schuyler has been placed in the home of the Force's where she is ignored by most of the family, treated badly by Mimi, and is carrying on a forbiden romance with Mimi's twin, Jack. It is rumored that the Silver Bloods are once more reappearing and that becomes evident in Rio de Janeiro where the whole Blue Blood Conclave has met. The book leaves you hangning, which I don't like. I like for series books to have definite endings rather than ending in chaos. Hopefully, the next installment won't be long in coming.