Saturday, October 1, 2016

Book Review: Fanged

Title - Fanged
Author - Elisabeth Wheatley
Series - Fanged #1
Genre - YA Paranormal 
Format- Ebook
Published - January 20th 2013 
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Family dating rules were pretty clear—no humans. But the undead heart wants what it wants and Haddie’s high school boyfriend ended up dead because of it. Now her brother Damian is repeating history and the same fate’s lined up for a very non-vampire, Madelyn.

With the girl’s throat on the line, they don’t have many options. Soon all three of them are on the run. Hunted across country by dear old dad’s enforcers, they’ll need help from the humans who hate them most. Assuming they all live that long.


Haddie and her brother may be vampires but the are far from what their father expects them to be because they both broke the rules and fell in love with a human. Haddie know’s all too well what happens when you break the rules and fall in love with your food. You would think that Damian would learn from his sister's mistakes after watching her go through punishment for Fletcher. 

Instead of being as his father expects Damian falls in love with a human heading down the path just like his sister. They hope that by sending her in will help him change his mind but instead it only makes her more determined to help keep them both alive even if it means leading them into the path of those who hunt them. Will Damian and Haddie be able to prove they aren’t like their father and that they don’t kill humans? 

I like Haddie she has some emotional baggage but after what she encountered at the hands of her uncle it’s to be expected. She may be a vampire but she’s a good person with a good heart who is willing to risk it all for the love of his brother. I’m a little on the fence about the Faulkners (hunters) however, they do have potential. 

I picked this one up because I was craving a quick vampire fantasy story which is exactly what I got when I picked Fanged. The concept it interesting teenager vampires rebelling against the ways they were raised choosing to love who they love even if it is a human. I liked Fanged it’s a quick fast paced easy to read in one sitting whirlwind action packed story. The author’s writing style is smooth it’s easy to get lost in the pages. This is my first book by the author but I can’t wait to check out the next book which is sitting on my kindle. 

1 comment:

  1. I love vampire books, especially quick fast-paces ones! Great review! *heading to Goodreads to add this one onto my TBR*
    Miranda @ Miranda's Book Blog