A Bite to Remember Themes

Lynsay Sands
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Discrimination

Discrimination is an ongoing theme in this novel. Jackie finds herself battling the thoughts that all Vampires are arrogant discriminating people. With Vincent slamming the door in her face when he finds out that she is a "woman" and a "human" Jackie's opinion about immortals is simply reinforced. Jackie first experienced discrimination when she became the victim of Cassius. Cassius hated Jackie's father and how he acted like an equal so he decided to use Jackie to get back at him. Cassius had no regard for humans and truly believed that he was superior to them. When he describes Jackie to his friends he does not show any remorse for what he is doing. Now Jackie finds herself putting up a tough exterior in order to keep people from hurting her or treating her badly. Jackie is determined to never let anyone hurt her again.

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