Thursday, October 6, 2016

Book Review: Fanged Outcast

Title - Fanged Outcast 
Author - Elisabeth WHeatley
Series - Fanged #2 
Genre - Fantasy Paranormal 
Format- Ebook
Published - November 25th 2-13
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Living with a family of Huntsmen is a bit awkward, but it beats the alternative. Especially considering the vampire king’s enforcers have a standing “stake on sight” order for Haddie. It isn’t a permanent solution, but after hiding out with the Faulkners for a few weeks, Haddie’s biggest problem is grocery shopping with Madelyn.

When a surprise attack ends their reprieve, Haddie’s not so sure their dad is the only one after them. With reluctant new friends and mysterious new enemies, it’s set to be a battle over the Damian and the human girl who stole his heart. 

Fanged Outcast starts off a month after the end of Fanged. Haddie and her brother and his girlfriend have been staying with the Faulkners after the encounter with their uncle. Things haven’t been going as great as Haddie would like because she just had a blow up with a stranger while with Madelyn. However, while she may have accused a girl of being a harpy little did she know that she was right. Now the Harpy has paid them a visit determined to bring Damian back to their father. When he goes missing will Haddie be able to get to him before it’s too late?

I like Haddie she’s a vampire princess but unlike her father she doesn’t drink blood from humans but instead uses a blood bank. Her boyfriend has forced her to be a good vampire even thought her bite makes the humans forget what happened. He brought out the good side in her it’s just a shame her father had to step in. I like Haddie a lot she’s has a tragic past when it comes to falling in love with a human and it doesn’t keep her from protecting her brother’s human girlfriend. 

Fanged Outcast is the second in a vampire series that tells the story of siblings on the run from a crazy father. A unique vampire fantasy that takes the vampire concept but adds it’s own unique spin creating a captivating story. The characters are great they are easy to connect with you can’t help loving them. I really enjoyed the author’s writing style, it’s easy to get lost in the story and I found it hard to put down. My only complaint about the novel is that it’s just not long enough I wanted more than just a novella but a full-size novel. I can’t wait to get my hands on the next book in the series and see how Haddie handles her current situation. If you are looking for a quick vampire novel than I highly recommend you check out the Fanged series. 

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