Fangs and Lullabies A child s birth His first teeth and first steps School friends and bullies recess school plays and science projects A girl a crush and a broken heart These childhood experiences are shared by count

  • Title: Fangs and Lullabies
  • Author: Kallysten
  • ISBN: 9781458123084
  • Page: 374
  • Format: ebook
  • A child s birth His first teeth and first steps School friends and bullies, recess, school plays and science projects A girl, a crush and a broken heart These childhood experiences are shared by countless little boys from different horizons.And yet Jacob is anything but average For as long as he has been able to understand, a secret has shaped his life, kept even froA child s birth His first teeth and first steps School friends and bullies, recess, school plays and science projects A girl, a crush and a broken heart These childhood experiences are shared by countless little boys from different horizons.And yet Jacob is anything but average For as long as he has been able to understand, a secret has shaped his life, kept even from his closest friends his father, Andrew, is a vampire And so is his other father, Nicholas.In a strange era when demons are beginning to appear all over the world and threaten humans and vampires alike, the three of them form quite an extraordinary family And yet, at the same time, they could hardly be normal.Two fathers raising a son neither of them ever thought he would have A Sire and Childe resuming their relationship after years of estrangement Through snapshots covering Jacob s life from birth to adulthood, discover this unusual family, and how, in the end, all it takes is love.

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    1. OkayI'm calling it at 39%Clicking around on GR I came across this book. I was so excited because it looked different and had some really good reviews. Unfortunately, it didn’t work as well for me as I hoped. But please don't let this stop you from reading this book. Maybe I shouldn't have read it right after a 5 star read where I could really see how the mc's loved and cared for each other. But here, there were just things that didn't work for me that may not bother other people.Here’s why: [...]

    2. How sweet can be a paranormal story with a baby?Very very sweetAndrew is vampire, the owner of a Special Task Force against demons, and most of all, Andrew is a widower. The story begin is the saddest and happiest moment of his life The birth of his son, and the lost of his wife. When I read those first pages I was already thinking it was a big mistake I was searching for a light book something to distract me from the hardness of real life. Well, it took only more few pages and everything change [...]

    3. I know, that was a low blow, having a small baby on the cover trying to attract unaware women with the strong power of their maternal instinct… problem is that, I’m not really a motherly type, and in any case I fell for the trick. But the cover, the blurb, a mix of both pushed me not only to buy the book but also to read it as soon as I downloaded the file. Fangs & Lullabies is everything cover and blurb promised, a story about two unlikely fathers, not only since there is now woman arou [...]

    4. Two Vampires and a Baby - sounds like the beginning to a joke, right? This is what author Kallysten has written about in this book "Fangs & Lullabies" which is book one in the series "The Demon Age". The vampires in this story are Andrew who is Sire to Nicholas. When the story begins we meet Andrew with his human girlfriend, Cara, of twenty years as she is giving birth to their son, Jacob. Cara doesn't survive long into the story, leaving Jacob who she conceived using advanced science and ma [...]

    5. This book is something special, unique plot line, beautifully executed. Vampire partners Andrew and Nicholas are left to raise Andrew's half-vampire son Jacob after his mother dies in childbirth. This book charts Jacob's life from birth to aged 17. Andrew also runs a 'Special Enforcer Agency' that is battling the growing demon menace.'Sometimes his daddy wasn't in his office, and that usually meant he was wrestling with Nicholas in the training room or in the bedroom. They wrestled a lot. They n [...]

    6. This isn’t a story about two guys falling in love, apparently that all happened a 100 years beforehand. It isn’t even a story about their getting back together, because that takes all of 5 pages. Really this is just a slice of life story, granted a vampire life, that takes place over 17 years. 4.5 Stars in the end I think.Andrew has spent almost 20 years with Cara and he couldn’t deny her her one wish, to have a child with him. It shouldn’t have been possible, he was a vampire after all, [...]

    7. 4.5 stars for this new (at least to me) take on the "one child, two dads" theme. The premise of two male vampires raising a non-vampire boy really appealed to me. I also liked how the author broke the story down to time periods within the child's life as he was growing up. Overall this was a really good book and I look forward to reading more from this author. (view spoiler)[The one thing that I thought really detracted from the story was the section where the two dads were magically transformed [...]

    8. I really love this book!Is different from other vampire books: romance/companionship and forming a family, with a little action on the side.The relationship between Andrew and Nicholas and how it evolves with time is great.The love they have for Jacob and how they raise him is really sweet.This book is a must read.

    9. This was such a lovely story.Although, there were a few things that it bothered me a lot, for example when Andrew hit Nicholas and physically harm him because Andrew was upset with him me that is plain and simple physical abused.Andrew wasn't a nice vampire, he was a very jealous person, so strict that he behaved like an idiot, and if it wasn't for Andrew I don't know what would have happened to that child, also, Andrew sometimes treated Nicholas like shit, for sure Andrew wasn't one of my my fa [...]

    10. This was an unique vampire story. I thoroughly enjoyed the writing style. At first I thought just getting a snippet of each year would leave me feeling unsatisfied, but that wasn't the case. The story moved along at a fast pace, but with enough detail for it to give the reader plenty of information.All three of these males that made up a very different family grabbed my heart equally. Andrew and Nicholas had a wonderful relationship with each other, although a long way from perfect, and how they [...]

    11. A second chance at love with a son as a bonus! The fatherhood experience here is great. The power balance between the two heroes is well done. Real good read.

    12. Rating: 4.5Heat Rating: 4 out of 5Once again Kallysten sets herself apart from the masses with her own special style of storytelling. This novel was written in such a unique way that I've never read anything like it before. Each chapter is dedicated to a year in the life of one of the three main characters, Jacob. These years span from birth through his 17th year.Another thing that's truly unique to this book is that there's really only protagonists in it. There is no real villain or conflict th [...]

    13. How this story came to beI toyed with the idea of writing a sequel to Baby Steps for a while, to explore the idea of the 'vampire dad', and I had even started throwing down ideas for an outline But the more I thought about it, the more I wished the child would have some special abilities, too. I scraped the idea of a sequel and decided to start from scratch. Something else I had been thinking about was the return of the demons. They were sealed away in Her Last Words, so what brought them back i [...]

    14. One could say that this is the Seinfeld of love stories: on the surface, it is about nothing, but it is really about one of the most important things in life - family. Fangs and Lullabies is not your traditional male-male love story where two men meet cute and fall in love. Rather, our main characters have already met cute-ish (if turning a human into a vampire can fit this paradigm), broken up, and a century later, reconciled. Theirs is definitely a love story, though. It is simply one that foc [...]

    15. I honestly didn’t expect to love this book as much as I did. It was fabulous! This was a story in which the “child” (Jacob) was a very prominent character and added so much to my reading enjoyment overall. Then, of course, there was the “Childe” (Nicholas) who was mischievous and sexy and surprisingly often the most logical of the father figures when it came to raising Jacob. I loved how the story was told in chronological chapters covering a year of Jacob’s life. From the very first [...]

    16. Прочла бесплатные 20% с Амазона. Дальше даже не буду пытаться. Могу сказать, что это один из тех случаев, когда паранормальный мир описывается по образу и подобию нашей заурядной действительности, только что есть особенности в виде многовековой продолжительности жизни и сп [...]

    17. So much could have gone wrong with this book and honestly, I loved it. I can see how some may find it boring and long (it is a long one), but it was written very well and the characters in this book are well done. Each chapter is a year in Jacob's life as the family navigates a business killing demons and having 2 vampires raise a quasi human baby. In the end the same things transpire as you would think in a 'normal' household, bullies, dangers, girlfriends, drinking, learning to fight, super hu [...]

    18. I love vampires, butI don't usually like kids in my books, however without Jacob there would be no story. This is a totally different story than most books I've read as it's told in snippets and not a lot of time is spent on the details. The entire book covers the first 18 years of Jacob's life, from his tragic birth to how he is being raised by his two vampires dads, Andrew and Nicholas. I will definitely be moving on to the next book. I need for Andrew to tell Nicholas he loves him or I will b [...]

    19. I liked this story apart from when Andrew and Nicholas became children. This story is more a condensed type of diary and follows Jacob from birth till his late teens.4 stars

    20. This book starts with Andrew and Cara. One vamp and one human. Both made a child by mixing both dna. Now 9 months on and Cara has passed away in childbirth and Andrew is left to bring up the baby by himself.A bit further on in the book when Andrew is learning to bring up the baby (Jacob). He gets a visit from a Vampire named Nicholas turned up wanting to stay. Andrew was the one to change Nick into a vampire but made him leave because he couldn't stop killing humans but now he's back and given u [...]

    21. Friends and Readers! Read. This. Book! You won't regret!! You would think this by the title, it might be shallow, cliché, boring someone else's baby book. I don't know about you, but I did. And Wrong. I was so Wrong. There is a reason why this books's rating is so high though the number of how many people have rated is relatively small. I feel like I really know them, understand them, three of them as individual and family. This book is not about vampire's lusciousness, not only about raising a [...]

    22. I truly see the appeal of the book: vampires hunting demons for the good of society and at the same time being devoted to the child they raise together.There might be tiny stabs of disappointment if you were expecting ANYTHING to do with vampires or demons actually happening in this book, though! The plot solely focuses on family life and some thrilling questions, such as whether whether the kid will call his father's partner 'dad' and how his father has to then deal with this (because, big dram [...]

    23. Now this was a good book. Good, interesting characters that were developed and you invested in; very unique storyline and twist on vampire theme and some humor; I enjoyed it very much. That said I would have liked a little more delving into the storyline of Andrew's demon hunting and something resolved there and maybe something on the fact that he had a human child and what was going to happen or how they planned on handling his mortality and all but I understand there are more books so maybe it [...]

    24. This was a nice and sweet story about 2 vampires and how they raised a child. It was quite nice to read yet another view on vampires. I did find the structure of the book a bit hard to get used to, because each chapter portrayed one year of Jacob's life, however in that year the time the events happened sometimes got a little bit confusing. I sometimes needed to go back to read over a segment because I didn't know if it was still the same day, a day later or even a week or month later. Other tha [...]

    25. This book surprised me. It was very sweet without being sappy or boring. I really enjoyed the pieces in Jacob's (the son) POV. I also really liked how each chapter was a portion of each year of Jacob's life from 1 - 17. I think that helped it from dragging.It didn't have much drama, but I didn't feel like it wasted any of the pages, either. Definitely recommended.

    26. I'm sorry. I want to give this book a five star but i just can't. There are some stuff in there just pissed the hell out of me. The way Andrew treated Nicolas is horrible sometime and just talking about the wife isk. I feel sad for Nicolas.

    27. Beautifully done book. The style, which is descriptive and espouses innocence, reminds me of many children's books from when I grew up. Particularly Laura Ingalls Wilder's Little House on the Prairie.It's very emotional book, without having to indulge on angst or toothache sweetness.

    28. I didnt realize this was going to be part of a series. The ending just drops off and leaves you hanging!!! But it was a great read.

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