Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Review: Fangs and Stilettos
Fangs and Stilettos by Anthony DiFiore
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Fangs and Stilettos by Anthony DiFiore is a fun romp through the world of fashion, but with a twist. Twins Natasha and Marciano are special. They always knew they were adopted, but the reasons why will soon be revealed to them. They are asked by their fashion designer mother Maude to go with their big sister Betty to Fashion Week in New York. However, this trip will be more than just rubbing elbows with the fashion elite. They will find out about their supernatural roots and how they can unlock their own supernatural powers.
This is a fun book to read, and falls into the category of a mix of supernatural sci-fi and chick lit. Although many details are given as to what is going on in terms of the supernatural aspect of the story, it is still unclear why supernatural beings are forced into the fashion industry. The book also unfortunately uses many common stereotypes that make some of the characters appear flat and predictable throughout the story. I would recommend this as a summer beach read, because it is fun to get into, but you don't have to spend a lot of time in contemplation while reading it.
*Reviewer received the book for free through Goodreads First Reads
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