Tuesday 22 January 2019

Fangs #Review

Fangs (Nightshadow Book 1)

But the wolf problem is harder to solve than expected. And Abigail’s cookie-like scent is making me do really stupid things…

Quentin is the last descendant of Dracula. He was saved from certain death and changed into a vampire. For 20 years he has been pampered and has become a poor excuse for a vampire. He doesn’t know mind control or even simple vampire tricks. He’s been feeding off the staff and taking the easy option. His uncle has had enough. Quentin is an embarrassment to the Dracula name. It’s time for him to stand on his own two feet and so he’s sent away to Dracula’s castle. The one without modern upgrades. No staff, no plug sockets and no comforts. It’s just a beautiful gothic castle located in Transylvania.

In the castle, he finds a beautiful visitor. She smells nice and is his favourite blood type, but Quentin can’t even enjoy a quick snack. If he bites her she would tell the whole village. Quentin must learn how to be a vampire or how to persuade a human to like him.

Fangs is a romance and also a mystery. There is a wolf that Quentin is supposed to deal with and the sun isn’t as big of a problem when it’s hidden behind beautiful scenery. This is light-hearted and a different take on vampires. Quentin is a sorry excuse for a vampire and does everything wrong. This is a modern tale in an old fashion setting.

4 stars out of 5. It’s something different. *I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

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