Fangs – Sarah Andersen

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What happens when a 300-year-old vampire meets a charming werewolf in a bar? Well, inĀ Fangs it's the start of a beautiful - if odd - relationship. There's a lot to like about this book. The humour is - sorry not sorry - 'fangtastic' (haha!). I loved the doggish behaviour from a big scary bloke who … Continue reading Fangs – Sarah Andersen

Bloodlust and Bonnets – Emily McGovern

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"Somewhere in Great Britain at the tail end of the Regency..." Take an English Regency setting and a nice young lady who'd rather be anything but, throw in Lord Byron (you know, from books), a mysterious, non-binary adventurer, a giant psychic eagle (who happens to be French), and send them all vampire hunting through the … Continue reading Bloodlust and Bonnets – Emily McGovern

Mythologica – Stephen P Kershaw

An Encyclopedia of Gods, Monsters and Mortals from Ancient Greece. "Myths are important. Greek myths are much more than children's stories... They might, or might not, be true, but this doesn't take away their power. They are traditional tales that are incredibly important to the people who tell them. But they are also free-flowing, adaptable, … Continue reading Mythologica – Stephen P Kershaw