Series: Take It Like A Vamp #2
Published by Entangled Covet on July 28th, 2015
Genres: Paranormal Romance, Romantic
Sexual Content: Multiple explicit sex scenes.
Reviewed by: Kim
A paranormal category romance from Entangled's Covet imprint...
Some consequences bite...big time.
Bennett Langdon has a firm no-relationships policy. Still, it doesn't stop her from hooking up with a super-sexy bad boy at her best friend's wedding. After all, it's only one night-what harm could it do? Ten weeks later, a pregnant Bennett has her answer...
Linc Monahan can't believe it. This wasn't supposed to happen. He's a werewolf, and shouldn't be able to father a child with a human. Now Linc has to find some way to tell Bennett that not only do werewolves exist, but she's about to have a baby with one.
But when word of their surprise conception gets out, the fur hits the fan. There are people who don't want this baby to be born-even if it means killing. Now Bennett and Linc aren't just fighting each other...they're fighting for their lives.
I love paranormal romance books that don’t take themselves too seriously. I always find that it’s easier to get through a book when I am laughing, and BABY’S GOT BITE had plenty of humour and ridiculous situations in it while still managing to have believable characters and truly emotional scenes.
I also love the ones that get straight to the point. Although it’s sometimes fun to have the guessing game (he’s a vampire/werewolf, how will he ever tell the woman he loves what a monster he is), in Bennet and Linc’s case, a surprise pregnancy means that all those games go out the window. Bennet needs to know what is going on right away, and that kept the story from stalling over the discovery. There was more time spent trying to figure out what their new family would look like (two single parents? would she leave with the child? would they stay together?) than fighting against the werewolf reveal, and that made their story more realistic.
The book is quite short, but there was still a good enough passing of time to make sure the romance feels genuine and developed. Linc knows that his child will be an easy target for his enemies, so he moves Bennet in with him for the duration of the 3-4 month pregnancy. You get to see them clash in non-romantic scenes quite a bit, and with Bennet’s mad hormones, it was super entertaining.
I'm interested in reading the first book of the Take It Like A Vamp series to get a better look at the supernatural world-building, and am looking forward to checking out more of what Candace Havens has written. Overall a quick, fun read that will make you smile.Series Titles:
- Take It Like A Vamp