Genre: Fantasy, Romance, Graphic Novel, Humor, Adult, Fiction
Pages: 112 pages
Publication Date: September 1st 2020
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
My Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars
Synopsis: A new gothic romance story from the creator of the enormously popular Sarah’s Scribbles comics.
Vamp is three hundred years old but in all that time, she has never met her match. This all changes one night in a bar when she meets a charming werewolf. FANGS chronicles the humor, sweetness, and awkwardness of meeting someone perfectly suited to you but also vastly different.
My Thoughts: I had been wondering if Sarah Andersen had came out with anything new or was going to be coming out with anything new. I had discovered this on Netgalley and once I saw it was Sarah Andersen, I got excited and had to pick it up. Plus I mean just look at the cover. I love the artwork for it.
This is different from Sarah’s Scribbles. It tells the story of a vampire falling in love with a werewolf. I would say not really a story more like little snippets into their lives. They end up couple that ends up working so well together. It’s a super quick read. It was very witty. It had very cheesy werewolf and vampire jokes. I love how Elsie is just super goth. She wore such awesome clothes. Jimmy is such a sweet softie. The two just worked so well together. It was such a delightful read. I recommend checking this out!
*Thanks Netgalley and the publisher for giving me a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion.*
Have you guys read this book early? If so did you end up enjoying it? If not are you planning to pick it up when it comes out? It was available I would love to hear from you guys in the comments below.
This was available for Read Now on Netgalley when I picked it up last week. I’m not sure if it still is. If it does interest you, it’s worth checking to see if it is. If not it does come out next week.
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2 thoughts on “Mini Arc Review: Fangs By Sarah Andersen”
This was an enjoyable book, and despite them being monsters, their relationship issues are relatable as they work through the awkwardness and excitement of being a new couple.