fangjunkie27 By Lyssa Dering

Price: $2.99 fangjunkie27 by [Dering, Lyssa]

Page Count: 99

Category: Paranormal, LGBT, Literature & Fiction

Format: Kindle

Released: February 2, 2017

Reviewer: Bibliofiles13

 

-My Enemy, My Ally-

 

I was really excited about reading this book ever since I added it to my Amazon wishlist about 3 months ago and then I finally bought it the other day.  I wanted to read it because it isn’t like any other book I’ve read before. Eli is addicted to being punctured by vampire fangs and everything else that entails afterwards that happens when staying with a vamp. fangjunkie27 is also about Eli meeting Orion, who is a dhampir, which is half vampire, half human.  Being that Orion is a dhampir, he doesn’t have actual fangs so he wears metal points on his two fingers so he can still feed to survive. Eli and Orion meet at Orion’s den during during a social networking event between vampires and humans and that is where they interact.

I found this book really fascinating because it was just so different from anything that I had read in the paranormal world before. I really enjoyed that aspect of that and am curious what made Dering think of something so creative. There were SOME twists that I didn’t see coming. Like the ending, I really didn’t see the book ending like it did. I really thought it would end another way.  I would love if this author would do another book like this, possibly make a series of this with a new couple to see what she comes up with.  I feel like that would be really intriguing to see a new couple but to also see how Eli and Orion are doing.

So even though I really enjoyed this book, there was something that was missing. Maybe it was because there needed to be more development of characters and the story in general but it was just missing something. If the story would have been a little longer and developed maybe I wouldn’t have felt a little sad and lost after reading the ending. I guess I just wanted more from it than I got, especially from Eli’s character.

Although, overall it is a great book, I am giving it 4 stars.

 

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