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    Loved it

    Prince Bozhidar Alexandru awakens 500 years later, his immortal slave has moved his castle to America.Prince meets his neighbor Stella who he wants.When I started reading I couldn't put it down.Mimi Jean Pamfiloff is magnifysent and amazing writer.I cannot wait to read more of there books.Keep up the great work.You should definitely read this book.Can't wait for the next book.
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    Highly recommended paranormal love story!

    I thoroughly loved reading the mesmerizing and spellbinding paranormal romance. When Prince Bozhidar Alexandru, Boz, awakens 500 years later, his majordomo, immortal slave, Neli, has moved his castle to America and increased his wealth and vineyards. As Boz is trying to acclimate to this new era, he meets his neighbor, Stella Baker, who he wants with a passion and has a hard time not wanting to attack her. Read the highly recommended, wonderfully written full of humor and captivating characters, and a riveting story from the beginning of the story until the end of the story, and a must read love story by two amazing authors.
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    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.
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    over the top hilarity, complete chaos, and the swe

    What happens when you mix a very aged, very eccentric vampire and a very modern very independent woman? You get over the top hilarity, complete chaos, and the sweetest of romances The back and forth between Stella and Boz was spot on. Watching him stumble through today's norms and learning how to adapt was comical in itself. But when he realized that Stella was more than just a meal - I was dying. The secondary characters were just as vivid and well scripted. Easy to follow story line that keeps you engaged - not to mention the great ab work out Boz was such a stick in the mud grumpy butt when he first awoke. Not that I can blame him. I would be a bit unfriendly if I woke centuries later in a new land with new norms and to find out I was no longer the top dog - let us not forget the splinters! Always a pain in the backside Stella was a fiery ball of positive energy and ambition. Her family's vineyard was deep in the red, her sisters' dreams of being chefs were on the line and her parents - their heart was in the right place even if it left her drowning in debt. But she could fix this. She had the education and the drive. She just needed to talk to the reclusive vineyard owner across the way - The eccentric man who rubbed her in all the wrong places - fine it was all the right places but he was still quite infuriating! An entertaining and fun read that just ... Not to be skipped
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    Fun and romantic

    In the mood for some hilarity, romance and an old fashioned sexy vampire and a sweet hearted girl? Then this is the book to read. I loved this book so much. It was such a fun read. Prince Bozhidar waking up to see the world change and Neli trying to convince him it was real, cracked me up. Gilmore and Pamfiloff did a wonderful job on this!
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