A 300-year-old vampire meets a cute werewolf boy in a bar and the rest is history! Fangs is a sweet love story by Sarah Anderson, the author of Herding Cats, Big Happy Mushy Lump and Adulthood is a Myth. It's drawn in a very different, more realistic style than her other work, and is presumably less autobiographical.
Elsie, the goth babe vampire, and Jimmy, the flannel shirt wearing werewolf, do cute couple things with a twist, like snuggling together in a coffin and walks in the park (with much sun protection for Elsie, while Jimmy tries to resist chasing squirrels). They discover difficulties that are probably unique to them, such as Jimmy's struggle to convince his friends that his girlfriend really does exist even though she is absent from his social media accounts because she is invisible in all his selfies with her.
Fangs is a sweet book full of both romance and quirky humour. It will appeal both to fans of Sarah Andersen's earlier work and lovers of vampire and werewolf fiction.
Disclaimer: I was given a complimentary copy of this book by Andrews McMeel Publishing, via NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review.