Fangs over America

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Mårten Larsson is one of the rich­est blood­suck­ers ever, but his unlife isn’t exact­ly a flight in the park. There are some things mon­ey can’t buy — like an instruc­tion man­u­al on what to do when the vam­pire queen quits and leaves you in charge of Europe. Sud­den­ly Mårten has to jug­gle pol­i­tics, his roy­al wardrobe, and this new­fan­gled thing called “e-mail.” And his Ger­man still sucks.

But hey, Mårten can han­dle it. After all, he (sort of) sur­vived World War I, being mar­ried to two vora­cious­ly horny vam­pires (at the same time), and life as a sniper tak­ing out the most dan­ger­ous vamps in his­to­ry. A lit­tle respon­si­bil­i­ty should be no prob­lem… right?

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[three][quote2]“Hamlet is a dead­ly vam­pire who loves to kill. He doesn’t go after humans just because they’re handy. He hunts until he finds some­body he thinks needs to be hunt­ed. His idea of sport is to put him­self in a sit­u­a­tion where he’s attacked by gangs of skin­heads. He attacks the attack­ers, dis­as­sem­bling them piece by piece, and dec­o­rates the Alps with strands of homo­phobes. Thug kid­ney here. Homo­pho­bic spleen over there. I’ve seen him do it, singing “for­get your trou­bles, c’mon, get hap­py” as he toss­es fin­gers and eye­balls around the moun­tains, usu­al­ly with his own lit­tle fin­ger dain­ti­ly point­ing out­ward. He once car­ried a ruffian’s remains into the Alps, pulling off body parts as he repeat­ed, ‘He loves me; he loves me not.’

That part made me laugh out loud.. and my dog is look­ing at me fun­ny now.”

a read­er in Hol­land

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Hearts on Fire Reviews by Kev­in
http://heartsonfirereviews.com/?p=3974
Rat­ing: * * * * * (five hearts on fire)

Fangs Over Amer­i­ca is the fourth in the Vamp Camp series and I have to say I am glad Wynn Wag­n­er saved the best for last. 

Mårten Larsson has yet to learn his big mouth only gets him in trou­ble. Now the new King of Europe, he also finds him­self being sin­gle after 100 years. But fate has a whole lot in store for the new king. To start with, he has those in his clan who do not wish to accept him in his new role. He finds the true love of his life in just one man and only one man. In amongst all of the day to day respon­si­bil­i­ty in being the king, he finds time to pop over to the Amer­i­ca to take out a rogue vam­pire or two who have strayed. He also has a new prob­lem with his pres­ence in Amer­i­ca: he is now want­ed as the next King of Amer­i­ca. What!?

I real­ly found this book to be thor­ough­ly enjoy­able. It has plen­ty of action, lots of romance and the humor was out­stand­ing. It kept my inter­est through­out and was hot and sexy besides.

Mrs Con­dit and Friends
http://mrsconditreadsbooks.com/index.php/?p=4131

MRS CONDIT’S OPINION: FANGS OVER AMERICA, Wynn Wagner’s fourth book in the Vamp Camp Tril­o­gy (“Hey, I’ve got bills!”) is a com­plete hoot. This book has the sassi­est dialog I’ve ever seen in a para­nor­mal romance.

Cocky Tex­an vam­pire Marten Larsson doesn’t know when to keep his com­plain­ing mouth shut and winds up the Vam­pire King of Europe when Queen Cecile quits and leaves all her prob­lems with him. But that’s only the begin­ning of Marten’s prob­lems. He is still called upon to use his assas­s­in skills when the job of tak­ing out a bad vam­pire run­ning amok in Cen­tral Amer­i­ca is botched by two oth­er assas­sins with an unfor­tu­nate tie to Mar­t­in. And now that he’s in Amer­i­ca the Mayan Vam­pire King of Amer­i­ca decides to call it quits, too.

I haven’t read the first three books of the tril­o­gy, which the intro­duc­tion says aren’t nec­es­sary to enjoy the fourth book, but I still felt like some of the fun­ny stuff were inside jokes at the expense of those of us com­ing to the par­ty late. Nev­er­the­less, I was able to keep up and thor­ough­ly enjoyed this roman­tic com­e­dy. I do love wit­ty dialog and fast paced enter­tain­ment, which Mr Wag­n­er has sup­plied in spades in FANGS OVER AMERICA. The char­ac­ters are great, the plot is clev­er, and there is a love­ly epi­logue that ties up the loose ends of where-are-they-now. I do rec­om­mend that if you are going to read FANGS OVER AMERICA, you go all in and get the com­plete VAMP CAMP set. Enjoy!

MRS CONDIT’S RATING: 4 bliss­ful sweet peas!

Bijou van Hofwegen
Commented:  April 13, 2012 at 11:45()

Ham­let is a dead­ly vam­pire who loves to kill. He doesn’t go after humans just because they’re handy. He hunts until he finds some­body he thinks needs to be hunt­ed. His idea of sport is to put him­self in a sit­u­a­tion where he’s attacked by gangs of skin­heads. He attacks the attack­ers, dis­as­sem­bling them piece by piece, and dec­o­rates the Alps with strands of homo­phobes. Thug kid­ney here. Homo­pho­bic spleen over there. I’ve seen him do it, singing “for­get your trou­bles, c’mon, get hap­py” as he toss­es fin­gers and eye­balls around the moun­tains, usu­al­ly with his own lit­tle fin­ger dain­ti­ly point­ing out­ward. He once car­ried a ruffian’s remains into the Alps, pulling off body parts as he repeat­ed, “He loves me; he loves me not.”

that part made me laugh out loud.. and my dog is look­ing at me fun­ny now

this is a must read guys! it’s awe­some and absolute­ly hilar­i­ous! go buy now!!

AgathaCassella
Commented:  April 13, 2012 at 11:55()

Con­grat­u­la­tions on the most hilar­i­ous vam­pire book in his­to­ry. It works also as the romance between two men. One is cocky (“I meant to do that”) and the oth­er is his French lover. I am not sure how you do brash and ten­der all at the same time, but Fangs over Amer­i­ca does this on page after page.

Fangs over Amer­i­ca is my favorite gay book of all time, and there are not even any run­ners up in this con­test.

The nar­ra­tor is the cocky one and the book starts out with him get­ting all sassy on my ass. Me. The read­er. Nobody is safe here, and I love it.

My favorite quote: She’d steal a dead insect from a crip­pled spi­der. She’s that mean.

Although this is a romance, it made me laugh and gig­gle until my neigh­bors thought I was nuts.

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