Fang’d (Evergreen Council #1) by Vin George

Jacqueleen the Reading Queen says that Fang'd is "my first book by Vin George and it was so much fun!!! The snark and banter made me one happy reader :)"

From the blurb:

Who is the antsy, beautiful guy in my passenger seat? Or rather, what is he?
Wrongly accused of murder and running for his life, Charley took a chance on the hot stranger with a fast car. He didn’t expect the gorgeous Luc to have any insights into Charley’s increasingly strange symptoms. He certainly didn’t expect to learn the fantastical stories he’d heard as a child were true. And he definitely didn’t expect to feel so strongly for someone he only just met.

Luc’s impulsive offer has landed him in charge of a sexy, enticing, not entirely human someone. Charley might have vampire blood. Surely that should make him less attractive and not more? But the mysterious Charley is irresistible, addictive even. Luc is determined to protect him from anyone and anything…mortal or otherwise.

Fang'd is the sexy first book in the Evergreen Council series, featuring a bratty half-vampire on the run, his stubborn wolf-shifter protector, and a fascinating world of supernatural beings hiding in the shadows. HEA. Standalone.

Jacqueleen the Reading Queen's Review:

Charley is my kinda MC. A little all over the place and with a mouth that just doesn't shut up, even when it gets him into trouble. Then there's Luc. He's a wolf shifter who has taken on the immense task of keeping Charley out of said trouble. Yeah, it really is harder than it sounds. The two have quite the adventure between running from bad guys, figuring out exactly *what* Charley is, and uh, meeting the family?

Fang'd ended with so many more places this series could go. The world-building is really fascinating and I am dying to learn about some of the other paranormals mentioned. Also there was a good amount of heat, which I kind of expect in a PNR book. For some reason, I tend to DNF a PNR genre book with little to no steam, while it can work fine for me in contemporary romances. What can I say, that's how my brain works. Fang'd definitely worked for me and I'm giving George's foray into this genre 5 full stars for all the laughs and enjoyment I got out of it.

Rating: 5 Stars

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