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I Only Have Fangs for You (Young Brothers #3)

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Bite Me!

One thing you have to know about my brother Sebastian: he loves being a vampire. After all, what's not to love? He's eternally twenty-five. He's single, and frankly, he's a chick magnet. Yeah, undeath is good. . The only thing he's serious about is his nightclub, Carfax Abbey. It's the sort of dark, happening spot where vampires can really let their fangs down. You

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Paperback, Brava Paranormal Romance, 320 pages
Published December 1st 2006 by Brava (first published November 28th 2006)
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Natasha
"I Only Have Fangs For You" is the third installment in the Young Brothers series by Kathy Love. This is my first Kathy Love novel and I was impressed. I was glad that I got this spontaneously. Sometimes the spontaneous ones are the best, huh?

Sebastian is your typical vampire; Handsome, Rich, Charming, Older than he looks and popular with the ladies. He's the only one of his famiy who truly embraces the life of being a vampire. No bagged blood for this fella. Of course, he doesn't kill his prey,
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Stacie
Feb 01, 2008 Stacie added it
This is the third book in the series about the Young Brothers. This one is Sebastian. He is a womanizer and owns a night club. Mina is a vampiress and she takes a job as a waitress at the nightclub. But she is a terrible waitress. She is there undercover for a secret society trying to keep vampires from using humans. It is funny and a very good, light read.
Kayleigh {K-Books}
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I really love this series. I think they are light-hearted and funny.
I definitely think this one is my favourite one of the series.

Sebastian is the bad-boy of the family. He doesn't want to find love and settle down into a serious relationship, he likes having different women falling all over him every night. Then he meets Wilhemina, his new waitress and starts feeling things he can't explain. Why is he attracted to her when he can h
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KareBare
Jun 03, 2008 KareBare rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Anyone who enjoys a happy ending.
It's been awhile since I read the first two books in this series, so it was a pleasant surprise to find I slipped into this book as easily as I had the first and second books. I truely believe any of these three books can be picked up and read in any order. Yes, there are a few things that are probably easier to understand when reading subsequent books, the books to follow don't hinge on the reader having read them in sequential order.

Overall a very fun and quick read. I couldn't put it down!

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Caro
This was another pretty good book. I loved the characters and the plot. There was some suspense, some really steamy scenes, plenty of emotions, and some learning to do. I liked the part of learning to be a vampire. It shows a new POV and was easier to put myself in the characters books. This book has quite of few scenes that'll stay with me and a new appreciation for the senses. It makes me want to slow down and savor life and my surroundings in a different way. I liked the ending too. Perfect s ...more
Paranormal Romance
A woman who joins a society of vampires that are pro-human rights and freedom, goes undercover into a nightclub in order to bring down her boss and his evil ways. But the hero is anything but evil. Sure he's a womanizer and flirt but he's kind to his employees and allows them to speak to him in ways I couldn't imagine speaking to by boss. The heroine is skittish after her traumatizing turning, she's pale from surviving on animal blood and she's not a very good spy. She tries to bring the club do ...more
Jacqueline
Mar 07, 2010 Jacqueline rated it 2 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Wallpaper paranormal romance readers who prefer character driven stories
Recommended to Jacqueline by: Impulse Buy
My first reaction after having finished this book was literally "eh, alright."

I'm actually a bit surprised that I didn't end up tossing this book into the tried and failed pile. But, despite my many issues with this novel and struggle in reading it, I'm glad I didn't.

And yet while I have quite a few problems with I Only Have Fangs For You, the biggest is the fact that the story is very much character driven. Normally, every book is character driven to some extent or another since the characters
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Sharal Hunter
Without starting a debate on the pros and cons of vampires and being a loyal member of Team Jacob, I will say that I have been a fan of vampire-themed romance novels for a very long time since I read my first Amanda Ashley novel. Over the years there have been many variations on the vampire theme, which includes humor and some tongue-in-cheek wit and banter. I almost didn’t read this book because the last book in this story seemed too campy on the humor for me. Poor Christian went from pretty ev ...more
Fairyblood
Now that we have had two of the Young Brothers finding their soulmates, we see Sebastian loving his life as a playboy. He runs Carfax Abbey ( Yes, named after the place in Bram Stoker's Dracula) the hip spot for vampires and weres to get together with humans. Surrounded by beautiful ladies all the time, Sebastian has no intention of ever being with one woman.

Everybody loves Sebastian, well, almost everyone. He becomes aggravated by attempts to close his club down. When he finds out that it is f
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Samantha
I have mixed feelings about Kathy Loves books. Most of the one's I've read haven't left much of an impression and were just good fluffy fun at the time, but after I've finished the book I often sit down to write a review and am left wondering why I enjoyed a story that seems so cliched. The answer is that Love has a great writing style which is just humorous enough to make you forget that you're reading about a rake vampire falling for the awkward woman who stumbles into his path.

In this case,
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Jenni Ebba
This is the third installment in Love's hilarious Young Brothers series. It takes off shortly after the second one ends. While the youngest brother, Sebastian, was more than happy to play match maker for his brothers, he himself is a bite-them-and-leave them sort of vampire. He's all too happy being a lady's man, but he cannot help but be attracted to the very type of woman he never noticed before.
Wilhemina Weiss is a vampire- and she wasn't made by her own choosing. No, she was brought over br
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Kathy
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Gladys Gonzales Atwell
Original review (posted on www.amazon.com): June 29, 2012

I love love love this series!!! Sebastian is my favorite and his love for Mina was true. What I loved about it was that she was scared of what she was and he wanted to show her how great being a vampire!!!

Just like her other two books in the series, this was so fun and comical it reminds me a lot of Kerrelyn Sparks Lovers at Stake Series!! If you love them you will love these books. Sad that there are only 4.
Amyiw
Hm... Well I liked the first couple of books. I actually loved the first because it was funny as hell. There was very little humor for me in this book. The only part that I really found humorous was his encounters with his brothers.

So not humorous but that doesn't necessarily mean it is not a good novel. Well this is a romance and it was OK as such accept, I kept wondering why Sabastien was attracted to Mina. Close to the end of the novel, Mina asks herself, "what does he see in me?", and I neve
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Cindy
I like this series about vampires a lot. From this writer it is the third book I am reading. Her style is a bit different than others in this series, but I like it.
Seeing Mina discovering the nice things about being a vampire and seeing bad boy Sebastian fall in love was nice.
But the last page and what happens there was great, looking forward to read the next book from this writer
Jan
Jan 18, 2008 Jan rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Paranormal Romance - Vampire Lovers
Book #3 of the Young Brother’s series. Stories encompassing the vampire brothers Rhys, Christian, and Sebastian Young.

“I Only Have Fangs for You” tells the story of the youngest brother Sebastian. The story is in the same vein as book #2 only it’s Sebastian who trying to help out a naïve and mixed up vampire named Wilhelmina Weiss.

Sebastian is known as mister “Promiscuous Super Fang” with a new neck every night. It was funny seeing him try to keep his libido and fangs under control, in - another
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Becca
I think that this may be my favorite book in the Young Brothers series.

I was great watching Sebastian be put in his place after all the crap he gave his brothers.

There are some MASSIVE surprises in this book and I loved every second of it. The romance rocked and I often found myself hoping that they could just figure out how right for each other they were.

This is a DEFINITE must read!
Michelle
Yes, yes, I know. I have to stop reading vamp chick-lit. I need to pick up the copy of Dostoyevsky's The Brothers Karamazov I started last year and actually turn the freakin' page. I would, I really would, but it's doing such an awesome job holding up my window blinds, I hate to disturb it. I will get around to it, though, I swear. Soon. In the meantime, I keep reading light supernatural romances like I Only Have Fangs For You, which I didn't realize was the third book in the series. And since i ...more
Amy
I'm liking these books more and more. I hate that it's such a short series. Sure, there are plenty of eye-rolling, "yeah right" moments, but the storylines are pretty good over all. In this one, the self-proclaimed Don Juan Young brother, Sebastian, falls in love with Wilhelmina, a vampire who was horrifically turned 100 years prior. Due to the circumstances of her turning, she knows nothing about being a vampire and has joined the Society aiming to eliminate the world of what they consider to b ...more
Lenna Wright-Berry
Loved it, this grabbed my attention from the beginning and kept it glued to Sabastion & Mina's story. It took Mina's plain Jane attitude to capture the playboy of the vampires attention to stop his biting & whoring ways to bring him down to a level where he is content with one woman and one woman only. Plus his brothers all agreed that he is totally fang whipped with Mina and is happy to have their brother calmed down. Big surprise at the end of this story, turned out Mina's best friend ...more
Jennifer
Awwwww man......Sebastian is ALL THAT and a bag of chips...........

Hot damn! I can't figure out which brother is the hottest. Sebastians book was awesome.............LOVED the woman the author paired him with. Mina was TOTALLY not the type you'd expect him to fall for and yet he fell hard..............like his brothers said, "he's totally fang-whipped". lmao

Great story, hot sex and watching a confirmed player fall in love was awesome...........

On to the last and final story, their sister, Elizab
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Ness
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Julie Johnson
A really great read for a book in this genre of vampire-comedy-romance. Some of the books in this genre are poorly written & a bit too silly for my tastes...but I definitely enjoyed this one! Great mash up between the dashing, slick and way to handsome-for-his-own-good Sebastian and the uptight-self righteous-a-bit-of-a-confused-ditz Mina.

The end was a bit too neat of a tie up & that always irks me. Hence the 3, not a 4. Otherwise, a fun book!
Emily
Kathy Love's books are so funny. I got a kick reading this book about a playboy vampire who is trying to convice is mate that she love being a vampire also. Sebastian owns a bar where Wilhemina is a waitress and member of secret society determined to shut Sebastian's bar down. They eventually kill the other vampire that is out to kill Wilhemina and convince the group that he is not all that bad. It is filled with great lines and senarios for dates.
Meaghan
fun romance, but not the most original vampire book ever. enjoyed it.
Diane ~Firefly~
This is a light, but entertaining read. Wilhemina is a vampire who doesn't know much about being a vampire and has joined Society of Preternatural Against the Mistreatment of Mortals and has taken on the mission to close Sebastian's (#3 most dangerous) nightclub. Her attempts are pretty bumbling but do bring her to Sebastian's attention and he strikes a deal with her.
Kristy
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Gladys Shem
I didn't expect to love this book but I did! Well, this proves that you cannot judge a book by its title. haha! Because obviously the title is just too cheesy! I thought it was just some lame love story but then it was kind of worth the while to read. Anyway, I like it and that's that. lol
Cassie
Finally, Sebastian's story! Ok, it didn't read as smoothly as Christian's story, but I enjoyed it nonetheless.

One thing I really like about Kathy Love's women too, is that they are "real" women - plump or bespeckled, who cares - their special qualities come through.
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