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    Fangs for the Holidays

    Fangs for the Holidays starts off fast and keeps readers guessing from the very first page. The characters are strong although Tristan is a bit naïve in a kind of too stupid to live way, but at the same time kind of fits him, so it works out. The romance is kind of in two parts with two romances to read about and the sex scenes are super-hot with some m/m scenes. I have some pretty mixed feelings about this story, on the one hand I enjoyed the book, but on the other there were some things that just doesn’t sit right with me so at different points in the story I would find myself questioning what the author was thinking. The book starts off with a delicious sounding m/m romance between Justice and Tristan and then the story ends up being an m/f romance. The characters do some complete 180s, which is a bit too confusing. I think maybe this is because the story didn’t provide a lot of details especially about Justice’s mood swings although it did provide an explanation at the end. Anyway, I don’t want to give too much away. If you love vampire romance, the book is a hot romance that provides a kind of different outlook on vampires and once I started reading it, I definitely wanted to know how things turned out, so like I said above I have mixed feelings about the book.

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