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Review ↠ Blood Candy (Fangs Deep #1) É PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ø Blood Candy A Paranormal ComedyEighteen year old Candy's summer vacation spins out of control when she becomes the target of a stalker with a thirst for her blood Private school should have offered a class on E care of themselves without babysitting Candy as well If they don't want to all become vampire snacks they'll have to learn to trust each other and Candy will have to come to terms with her feelings for Jimmy. I have read worse but not many It was very terrible Like someone had an acid trip and then watched Twilight and got confused about whats going on Then decided to write a book about it I don't think I liked any of the characters expect Jimmy and even he gets the shit end having to shift in to a donkey

Matthew Tomasetti ✓ 2 Review

How to survive the night from a lunatic with fangsThings only get complicated when she goes on the run with Jimmy and his pack of teenage shapeshifters Jimmy may have saved her once but his pack can barely tak. Despite seeing one star reviews for this book I give 5 stars I really enjoyed reading this book It actually managed to shock me in a few places but also made me want to slap Candy for being so silly I couldn't uite make my mind up with the whole BlakeJimmy thing I really felt for Jimmy but when Candy was with Blake it just seemed right the chemistry and a better match for her I thought but poor Jimmy had no clueCan't wait to see what the next book brings

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Blood Candy Fangs Deep #1Blood Candy A Paranormal ComedyEighteen year old Candy's summer vacation spins out of control when she becomes the target of a stalker with a thirst for her blood Private school should have offered a class on. Review brought to you by OBS staff member HeidiBeware of spoilersYoung Candy Shuler is fresh out of high school and looking for some fun She uses a fake ID and her sexy outfit to get into the bars of her choice Maybe she should have uit while she was ahead In walks the biggest dork she’s ever seen Rupert He comes up beside her and offers to buy her a drink and then she sees a beautiful man in his place the effects of a vampire’s glamour She ends up leaving the bar with him and is later saved by another bar patron Tinch but not before Rupert bites herTinch and his friend Jimmy are ready to take her home when they realize that Rupert hasn’t given up on Candy He and his brother show up at the diner Tinch Jimmy and Candy stop off at and Rupert tries to reclaim Candy for his own Tinch stays and fights as Jimmy runs Candy to safety That is where Candy discovers her heroes are actually shapeshiftersTinch and Jimmy end up taking her to the kennel a place where they live with a group of shapeshifters that call themselves the misfits Tinch leaves to take care of some business and tells the others to stay put But when Rupert starts calling Candy and making it clear that he knows where she is the misfits know they have to do somethingThey end up meeting with another vampire family that is willing to help them but whose side are they really onWhen I first read the blurb to this book I thought that maybe it would be written in a Christopher Moore’s love story style; crude humor and an interesting take on the vampire genre Instead I got what appears to be a spoof on all things vampires and werewolves I saw many things that were reminiscent of Twilight and true blood too much for me to believe it could possibly be accidental From Tinch telling Candy that Rupert wanted to “do bad things to you” ueue up the True Blood theme song to the treaty between the vampires and shapeshifters and the vampire family that doesn’t eat humans named the Mullins and then having the Magister called inthere was just too much true blood and twilight stuff going on to be ignored This felt like a Scary Movie type spoof of the vampire world Unfortunately I’ve never been a big fan of spoofs and this book was not an exceptionI found Candy to be VERY annoying As I read on I felt that maybe even she was part of the spoof that she seemed to be a mix of Bella and Sookie She was having trouble choosing between a nerdy shapeshifter and sexy vampire Blake And then two vampires had fed on her and she was trying to fight a blood bond She was about as dumb as they come and it annoyed me how the shapeshifters are putting themselves in danger to save her and yet she sits there and calls them dorks and laughs in their faces It was awfully amazing how uickly she could go from kissing Jimmy to wanting to be with Blake I don’t think she was looking for Mr Right but instead for Mr whoever is available at the moment I have to agree with White Paul I would have given her up to the vampires in a heartbeatAs for the misfits they just all kind of blended in together to me and really didn’t bring much to the story I found the characters Candy included to be one dimensional and boring And whenever the misfits were talking I felt like I was in junior high boys locker room where talks of large craps and penises sent them into a fit of gigglesThere were also several scenes in the book that I just didn’t understand the purpose of for instance when the misfits were sitting around playing Dungeons and Dragons When everyone was trying to figure out what game to use for the challenge I thought for sure that it was where the Dungeons and Dragons would come in but nope they played basketball and left me scratching my head a little bitThis book may appeal to those who like spoofs but it just wasn’t my cup of AB positivehttpopenbooksocietycomarticlema