A Vampire and a Werewolf walk into a club... and fall in love.
Elise is a 300-year-old vampire in the body of a 26-year-old Goth Girl.
Jimmy is a young man who shapeshifts into a white wolf every Full Moon.
Based on other paranormal romance novels I've read, one wouldn't think this matchup should work out. At all. But somehow, despite their many differences (sleeping schedules, food preferences, spiritual beliefs, and otherwise), Elise and Jimmy are perfect for each other. Fangs is a peek into their life together, which, taking away all the paranormal stuff, really isn't much different than that of a normal couple.
Typically, I'd scoff at a paranormal romance. I mean, it's soooo 2009, right? But Fangs put a cheeky spin on the genre. It pokes fun at all the vampire and werewolf clichés and weaves them into an opposites-attract romantic comedy that totally appeals to the dark side of my humor. And that I can truly appreciate!
Fangs can currently be found on the New shelf. IF it's not checked out, that is.