Book Review: Fanged Kindred (Fanged Series #3)

FANGED KINDRED was just released yesterday for the Kindle! AH! It’s the third novella in the Fanged Series. I had the honor of proofreading this novella for Elisabeth, and I’m just so excited it’s published for you guys now too! *insert eighty heart-eye emojis here*


Also, isn’t this cover just spectacular? 5/5 stars for the cover alone!


Here’s my official review of FANGED KINDRED:

Elisabeth Wheatley has an incredible talent for telling stories. The verbiage in which she uses to express her idea is sharp yet beautifully sewn. I love, love, love reading her works! Her style is so fresh, unique, and well-constructed.

Wheatley wastes no time getting the story, and that I love! Haddie, the MC, is beautifully constructed with flaws and a heart-wrenching past that follows her through her adventures and aids in decision-making. The unconditional love she has for her baby brother is sweet and heart-wrenching as well, especially when something bad happens to him and Haddie is doing everything in her power to save him from pain.

This book is an intense, thought-provoking, edge-of-your-seat kind of read. I read the whole thing in one sitting. Nothing beats a good book that you can’t put down! The storyline of this book is continuous from the previous novellas in the series (FANGED and FANGED OUTCAST). But it could be read by someone who hasn’t read the first two and they’d follow along just fine!

5 out of 5 stars!


Here is the summary of FANGED KINDRED that I retrieved from Amazon:

With her brother kidnapped, at least Haddie and her inconveniently unliving mother want the same thing—sort of. Even with it clear that Madelyn and the Huntsmen are fair game, Haddie needs all the help she can get. Now hunted by her father, the human authorities, and possibly whoever took Damian, it’s not exactly a time to be picky.

Forming an uneasy partnership, Haddie is quickly dragged from the vampire dominion into the werewolf territories where Damian has been taken. With the Huntsmen out of reach and even her father’s enforcers too scared to follow, it’s setting a new precedent for risky plans. Between age-old blood feuds and questionable allies, it looks like Haddie will get to prove just how much she’d risk for family.

Buy Fanged Kindred now! You won’t regret it 😉

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