Fendi, Ferragamo, and Fangs
Stories by Julie Kenner, Johanna Edwards, and Sere
Berkley Jam Books
Rating (0 - 10 scale)
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Flamingnet Student Book Reviewer KMeng
Olivia, or Liv, is a seveteen year old girl that is very intelligent. Veronika is a plus-sized model, so some girls pick on her. Lastly, Sydney has the impression of being a bad girl. They have all just won a contest and now are models for Vamp Modeling Inc. in New York City. Shortly after they get there, they are all taken to special parties where they are all bitten and turned into vampires. Finding prey isn't that hard to do when they are all so gorgeous. After a while they all want love. Olivia has a boyfriend back at her old home and she struggles to say with him. Veronika found a super cute boy named Jackson and Sydney fell in love with her body gaurd, Carl. Will the girls stay happy with Vamp? Or will they run away with their loves?
I thought it was a very interesting book. The whole book was spilt into three differet stories, but they all combined together. The three characters were very different and had a variety of ways to add to the story. Also, each different mini-story, had several new characters that played as the person in charge, hairdresser, boyfriend, and so on. That became confusing for a little bit because i had to remember so many names. The only thing I didn't really like, was that the stories all ended the same way pretty much. I do recommend this book to anyone interested in vampires or fashion.
It includes kissing and description of blood.
City, State and Country: Carlisle, Pennsylvania United
States of America
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