Wildwood Dancing is a stunning, entertaining book chock full of fairy-tale prettyness and multi-dimmensional characters galore.
The story is based primarily upon The Twelve Dancing Princesses (though you can see traces of other fairytales as well) and based in my favorite foreign country--Romania--in my favorite province--Transylvania.
There are five daughters who live at Piscul Dracului. Every Full Moon they open the portal and travel to the Other Kingdom. For that night, they dance at the revels in the wildwood with the otherworldy creatures , and, thanks to Jenica's watching eyes, they have not had any trouble until three new arrivals are introduced at the revels--Night People. Otherwise known as vampires. Suddenly, Jenica and her sisters' lives are turned upside down. And it won't be easy getting everything back to normal. After all--everything comes with a price.
This is definitely one of my new favorites--I love the blend of vampires and Fey, the Romanian terms and names, not to mention Gogu--he is such an awesome frog! (I totally wish I had a frog to carry around on my shoulder!)
Anyway, I would definitely recommend this to anyone who reads the YA fantasy genre.