A Tag Team Event – Beware of her Wrath – Fanged Princess by Elisabeth Wheatley

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Laura and I are the Tag Team Bloggers.

You can find Laura at fuonlyknew.

We Tag Team an author and publish our posts at the same time.

Whether it’s for a cover reveal, giveaway, review, interview, or something more, the author will be tagged by us and you will be alerted to go to Laura’s blog or mine to see additional content. It’s really fun to see how differently we view the same book and you get an extra chance to win with our giveaways!

Elisabeth Wheatley’s Fanged Princess series are vampire fantasy novellas that had me racing through the pages as I was drawn into Haddassah’s journey of love, sacrifice, revenge and suspense. I could not quit reading until the last page was read in Fanged Outcast.

I was left hanging off the cliff by my fingertips. I have a feeling all will be well (^_^), but I have to know how.

   Fanged Princess is now officially free on all venues.


I would like to take a moment and introduce you to Elisabeth Wheatley.

She is an outstanding young author that loves fantasy.

Welcome Elisabeth.

How my central Texas upbringing plays into writing about a girly vampire
Okay, so maybe Haddie isn’t what you’d call “girly.” She doesn’t do much makeup and she’s been known to hotwire cars. However, she does like her ankle boots and designer jackets (who doesn’t?) and landing in Texas, where most of the story takes place, is more than a little adjustment for her.
It just so happens I grew up around diehard rednecks of central Texas (though as far as I know, none of them hunted vampires). For the record, there really are girls who wear cowboy boots all over the doggone place and environmental lawyers who carry shotguns in their trucks and belong to the Sierra Club. That part of the series I haven’t made up.
I know all about what it’s like to run through the underbrush of the Texas woods because I did it on more than one occasion as a tomboyish little country lass. I might not be a vampire, but I have gotten second degree sunburns because I was too vain to go without a tan.
Though I grew up around the cowboy culture, so to speak, I must admit I often feel as out of place as Haddie at rodeos and livestock shows. Let’s face it, horses are awesome—but pigs, cows, sheep, and just about everything else is dusty, dirty, noisy, and more or less disgusting.
Somebody once said “write what you know” and while I generally scoff and roll my eyes at that advice (has Joss Whedon ever taken a trip on Serenity?), it seems in this case I have followed it.
Thanks for having me by on your blog of über-awesomeness and helping spread the word, Sherry!
It is my pleasure to have you here today Elisabeth. I would like to thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts.

I love the beautiful cover. She looks so sweet, doesn’t she? Beware of her wrath.


Fanged Princess by Elisabeth Wheatley


OMG. I was completely engrossed in this fantastic fantasy of love, sacrifice, revenge and suspense!

The cast of characters comes alive on the pages and Elisabeth creates some surprising alliances as they struggle to survive. At one point I am leaning forward in my chair as I breathlessly read the words flowing off the page.

 Haddie is an enforcer, A Kaiju, a vampire. She had never killed anyone to feed and because of her own experience never would.

Damian, her brother is in love with a human, Madelyn.Haddie knew her father would not let the relationship continue. After all, he had ended the relationship she had with the human, Fletcher.

The trio are on the run from Haddie’s father and she will do whatever needs to be done to let them have a life together, the life she was deprived of. But they can’t do it alone. Who would help them?

Yeah, this might have been shades of Twilight, but it is so much more than that and I really enjoyed Twilight.

My feelings about Madelyn grow and change as the story unfolds and her love and loyalty shine through.

Chase – Hmmm. What can I say, except I can hardly wait to get to know him better.

I think short stories must be some of the hardest stories to write. How do you pack so much into such a small package and keep the reader at your mercy.? Elisabeth did that splendidly and I can’t wait to read more of Haddie’s story in the Fanged Outcast.

The three humans survey me with apprehension. A fanged princess in their midst.

I received Fanged Princess from the author in return for an honest review.

Animated Animals. Pictures, Images and Photos  5 Stars – Would Buy It For Them (lol)


I will not let my brother suffer the same loss…

Hadassah’s father, the Vampire King, punished her harshly for her choice to love a human. Now her brother, the only person in the world who still matters to her, has fallen for a human girl. Determined to keep the girl safe, the three of them flee from their home in New England and find themselves cornered with their father’s minions closing in. If they want to escape, their only hope may be to join forces with the mortal enemies of their kind…

Be ensnared in this dark tale of enduring love, revenge, and suspense from teenage author, Elisabeth Wheatley.

You can read Laura’s, at fuonlyknew, review HERE.


Elisabeth WheatleyABOUT THE AUTHOR

Elisabeth Wheatley  is a teen author of the Texas Hill Country. When she’s not daydreaming of elves, vampires, or hot guys in armor, she is wasting time on the internet, fangirling over indie books, and training her Jack Russell Terrier, Schnay.

Stalk Elisabeth Wheatley. She doesn’t bite, or does she?



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8 thoughts on “A Tag Team Event – Beware of her Wrath – Fanged Princess by Elisabeth Wheatley

  1. Looks like we felt the same way about everything! That’s funny! I couldn’t believe I opened the book to refresh my memory before writing my review and never closed it until I’d finish it all over agin. Fanged Outcast is intense right from the beginning. Are you reading it yet?

    • I hope you picked up a copy to check out for yourself. It is a fast and fantastic read!

    • Thanks for stopping by Janina. I am eager to get to Fanged Outcast and read on. ^_^

    • Like it? I LOVED it! I am reading Fanged Outcast and I am determined to read all of your books. This was so good I can’t help but think I will love the others. ^_^

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