From USA Today bestselling authors, Mimi Jean Pamfiloff and Kylie Gilmore, comes a hilarious, sexy, Vampire Romance about the girl next door and an ancient prince who’s lost when it comes to modern women.
WANTED: MODERN WOMAN WHO APPRECIATES TRADITIONAL COURTSHIP WITH FANGS.
Greetings. My name is Prince Bozhidar, and I am an eight-hundred-year-old vampire.
I am an eight-hundred-year-old, virile, confident, and very sexy vampire—so I’m told. I have wealth, looks, and everything an immortal man could ever want.
Well, except love. But no matter. I am not a one-neck sort of man.
Yet the virginal woman across the road sets my senses afire. And she needs my help with her family’s failing winery. My own is quite successful.
My honor demands I help this enchanting female, and when I do, my heart begins beating anew. She is my mate. Strangely, my gifts of seduction do not seem to work on her.
Perhaps I need to fit in with modern dating customs to win this modern woman.
And then there’s the small matter that she doesn’t believe in vampires.
There is no fighting destiny, sweet Stella. You will be mine.
a fun and entertaining read
This book had me in tears from laughing so hard. Fanged Love is a paranormal romantic comedy that is written by a favorite author of mine and another that is relatively new to me. Their collaboration and fun writing style resulted in an entertaining novel that is astoundingly humorous and a tad campy.
Boz’s character was delightful. After a 500 year slumber, this eccentric being awakens only to discover that the world has changed and his mate is living next door. His human mate. He started off as exceedingly arrogant and clueless of all things modern. This led to some rather hilarious antics and inner monologues that had me howling with laughter. The style of writing for his character reminded me a bit like Michael from MJP’s Librarian Vampire’s Assistant series. The character development is spot on and I really enjoyed witnessing how he evolved throughout the novel.
Stella’s love and loyalty towards her family made her a likable character and I enjoyed her interactions with Boz. She reminded me a bit of girl next-door which is why I think she made the perfect mate for Boz. Those two couldn’t have been more different and that is one of the things that made their relationship so interesting.
Fanged Love was the perfect, light-hearted, humorous, and easy-to-read novel to lift my spirits. It is my hope that these two authors come together again to write another novel. Also, be sure to read the authors’ note at the end of the book because the dialogue between the two authors is entertaining as well.
Great new vamp book!!
This book is absolutely hysterical! Stella has just graduated from college and returns to her parents winery. Finding out that they are on the verge of bankruptcy, she is put in charge of marketing the wine to save the winery. When she meets the eccentric man who owns the successful winery across the road and his assistant, she feels strangely drawn to him. They strike a deal to combine their wines to try to improve her business. Insanity ensues. He’s drawn to her but is afraid to get too close. She really wants him until she sees him kill someone. Will they, won’t they? Will all of the secrets work themselves out? And can they make Mr. Nice happy? The character names and inside jokes for fans are a real hoot!
Boz is so behind the times that it kept me laughing at the things he said and did. Great chemistry between Stella and Boz. Loved their banter