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Saturday, March 15, 2014

Book Review: Fanged Outcast by Elisabeth Wheatley




Fanged Outcast (Fanged Princess, #2) by Elisabeth Wheatley 
Genre: Young Adult (Paranormal)
Date Published: November 26, 2013
Publisher:  Chengalera Press

How much would you sacrifice for a love that wasn’t yours? 

Hadassah managed to befriend her kind’s worst enemies and save her brother and the human girl he loves from the Vampiric King—once. After a month spent in quiet hiding under the protection of the Huntsmen, a surprise attack from a band of Kaiju shatters their brief reprieve. Faced with new challenges and new threats, Hadassah and the others must once more fight for her brother and the girl who stole his heart. And this time, the Vampiric King isn’t the only one they need fear… 

Action, suspense, humor, and romance collide in this anticipated sequel from teen author, Elisabeth Wheatley.

Fanged Outcast is the second novella in the Fanged Princess series by Elisabeth Wheatley. (Check out my review of Novella 1, Fanged Princess) This young author has some imagination. She's created a very unique character in Hadassah. Haddie has every reason to hate the world right now, and yet she's still helping her brother and the girl he loves. Love is something that was brutally ripped from her, so this is a constant reminder of what she's lost. Family is important to her even if her own father wants her dead. Haddie comes to terms with some of her emotions through this story, and I think she's handling things surprisingly well. I have hopes that she will find love again. There is so much that happens within this book. Fanged Outcast is a small book with a big story.

Fanged Outcast by Elisabeth Wheatley was kindly provided to me by the author for review. The opinions are my own.



Elisabeth Wheatley started writing very short (and rather silly) stories when she was around six. She became a voracious reader and after being practically forced by her cousins to watch Disney's version of "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe," she developed a chronic passion for fantasy.

Elisabeth eventually went to work on what would become "The Key of Amatahns" when she was eleven. "The Key of Amatahns" is the first in the seven-book series, "Argetallam Saga."

She is also now working on a urban fantasy/paranormal romance vampire novella.

When she isn't spellbound by reading fantasy books and writing her own, Elisabeth trains and shows her Jack Russell Terrier, Schnay, makes goat cheese, and studies mythology.

To learn more about Elisabeth Wheatley  and her books, visit her blog.You can also find her on GoodreadsFacebook and Twitter.

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