I Only Have Fangs for You

I Only Have Fangs for You

by Kathy Love

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ISBN-13: 9780758211361
Publisher: Kensington
Publication date: 09/01/2009
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.80(d)

About the Author

Kathy Love writes for both Zebra (her Stepp Sisters trilogy—Getting What You Want, Wanting What You Get, and Wanting Something More) and Brava (Fangs for the Memories, Fangs but No Fangs, I Only Have Fangs for You, and My Sister Is a Werewolf). She lives in Maryland with her beautiful daughter, Emily, a crazy Boston terrier, and a very squeaky guinea pig. Kathy would love to hear from you via her website. Please check out readkathylove.com.

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I Only Have Fangs For You


By Kathy Love

Kensington Publishing Corp.

Copyright © 2006 Kathy Love
All right reserved.

ISBN: 0-7582-1135-X


Chapter One

"Why are you so scared of me?" Sebastian asked softly.

She shifted away as if she planned to move down a step and then bolt. He couldn't let that happen, not before he understood what had brought on this outburst.

"Wilhelmina, talk to me." He placed a hand on the wall, blocking her escape down the stairs.

She glared at him with more anger and more of that uncomfortable fear.

"You can bully your mortal conquests," she said, her voice low. "But you can't bully me."

Sebastian sighed. "My earlier behavior to the contrary, I don't want to bully you. Or anyone."

"You can't seduce me, either," she informed him.

"I don't ..." Seduce her? Was that what all this was about?

"Do you want me to seduce you?" he asked with a curious smile. Maybe that was the cause for her crazy outburst. She was jealous.

She laughed, the sound abrupt and harsh. "Hardly. I just told you that I didn't want you to seduce me."

"No," he said slowly. "You told me I can't. That sounds like a challenge."

Irritation flared from her, blotting out some of the fear. "Believe me, I'm so not interested."

He raised an eyebrow at her disdain. "Then why do you care about me being with that blonde?"

"That blonde?" she said. "Is hair color the way youidentify all your women? It's got to be a confusing system, as so many of them have the same names."

He studied her for a minute, noting that just a faint flush colored her very pale cheeks

"Are you sure you don't want me to seduce you?" he asked again, because as far as he could tell, there was no other reason for her to care about the identification system for his women.

She growled in irritation, the sound raspy and appealing in a way it shouldn't have been.

Sebastian blinked. He needed to stay focused. This woman thought he was a jerk, that shouldn't be a draw for him.

"Why did you say those things?" he asked. "What have I done to make you think I'm so terrible?"

Her jaw set again, and her midnight eyes locked with his. "Are you going to deny that you're narcissistic?"

He frowned. "Yes. I'm confident maybe, but no, I'm not a narcissist."

She lifted a disbelieving eyebrow at that. "And you are going to deny egocentric, too?"

"Well, since egocentric is pretty much the same as narcissistic, then yes, I'm going to deny it."

Her jaw set even more, and he suspected she was gritting her teeth, which for some reason made him want to smile. He really was driving her nuts. He liked that.

He was hurt that she had such a low opinion of him, but he did like the fact that he seemed to have gotten under her skin.

"I think we can also rule out vain, too," he said, "because again that's pretty darn similar to narcissistic and egocentric." He smiled slightly.

Her eyes narrowed, and she still kept her lips pressed firmly together-their pretty bow shape compressed into a nearly straight line.

"So you see," he continued, "I think this whole awful opinion that you have formulated about me might just be a mixup. What you thought was conceit, which is also another word for narcissism," he couldn't help adding, "was just self-confidence."

His smile broadened, and Wilhelmina fought the urge to scream. He was mocking her. Still the egotistical scoundrel. Even now, after she'd told him exactly what she thought of him. He was worse than what she'd called him. He was ... unbelievable.

"What about depraved?" she asked. Surely that insult had made him realize what she thought. "What about it?" he asked, raising an eyebrow, looking every inch the haughty, depraved vampire she'd labeled him.

"Are you going to deny that one, too?" she demanded.

He pretended to consider, then shook his head. "No, I won't deny that one. Although I'd consider myself more debauched than depraved. In a very nice way, however."

He grinned again, that sinfully sexy twist of his lips, and her gaze dropped to his lips. Full, pouting lips that most women would kill for. But on him, they didn't look the slightest bit feminine.

What was she thinking? Her eyes snapped back to his, but the smug light in his golden eyes stated that he'd already noticed where she'd been staring.

She gritted her teeth and focused on a point over his shoulder, trying not to notice how broad those shoulders were. Or how his closeness made her skin warm.

He shifted so he was even closer, his chest nearly brushing hers, his large body nearly surrounding her in the small stairwell. His closeness, the confines of his large body around hers, should have scared her, but she only felt ... tingly.

"So, now that we've sorted that out," he said softly. "Why don't we go back to my other question?"

She swallowed, trying to ignore the way his voice felt like a velvety caress on her skin. She didn't allow herself to look at him, scared to see those eyes like perfect topazes.

"Why are you frightened of me, Mina?"

Because she was too weak, she realized. Because, despite what she knew about him, despite the fact that she knew he was dangerous, she liked his smile, his lips, those golden eyes. Because she liked it when he called her Mina.

Because she couldn't forget the feeling of his fingers on her skin.

She started as his fingers brushed against her jaw, nudging her chin toward him, so her eyes met his. Golden topazes that glittered as if there was fire locked in their depths.

Once again she was reminded of the ill-fated moth drawn to an enticing flame. She swallowed, but she couldn't break their gaze.

"You don't have to be afraid of me," he assured her quietly.

Yes, she did. God, she did.

(Continues...)



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I Only Have Fangs for You 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 51 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Kathy Love has written a delightful story that you can really sink your teeth into in ¿I Only Have Fangs For You.¿ Sebastian Young is a major play in the vampire club scene. He owns one of the hippest night sports Carfax Abbey. His newest waitress Wilhelmina Weiss is one odd duck. But there is something about her that draws him like a moth to a flame. Mina Weiss agrees to go undercover as a waitress to bring the evil Sebastian Young to his knees. One plan after another fails and she is at her wits end. But the longer she works at the bar the more she realizes Sebastian is not the evil man her club makes him out to be. She gets Sebastian to agree to no biting of humans for one month, but in return he will show her the true joys of being a vampire. Sebastian and Mina are made for each other they are funny and sexy. But will Sebastian forgive Mina when he finds out the truth about her. Kathy Love has another keeper on her hands. I hope the Young¿s Sister Elizabeth gets her own story soon.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Sebastian Young loves everything about being a vampire living in New York City, but especially enjoys the mortal females who flock to his nightclub Carfax Abbey. Other vampires frequent the in spot as they can let loose and not worry about exposing their kind. However, Sebastian seems a bit taken with his new vampiric cocktail waitress Wilhelmina Weiss.---------------- Unbeknownst to Sebastian, Wilhelmina is working undercover to close the club that she feels is immoral and brings harm to vampires everywhere. She also hopes to reform Sebastian of his biting ways. When she rejects his fangs, Sebastian takes that as a declaration of gender war not seen by the undead since his brother Rhys suffered amnesia (see FANGS FOR THE MEMORIES) or perhaps when his sister Jolee took on the reformer (FANGS BUT NO FANGS).------------- The third fangs take Manhattan paranormal romance is a humorous tale that fans of the series will appreciate while newcomers will seek the backlist. The lighthearted story line is actually a battle between two opposite types as Wilhelmina believes that biting humans is wrong while Sebastian loves a nip or two until he meets the reformer whose only chance to reform him rests in his biting her. Kathy Love provides a fun Manhattan vampiric romp.--------------- Harriet Klausner
emilyjo2001 on LibraryThing 23 days ago
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.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is the best book I've ever read I read it every month and still enjoy it more then any other book I own
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this story. At first I was thinking it would be stupid because Im more into wolf storys then vamp but this book did not disapoint. I thought it was well wrighten and though missing the usiwel violince with vamps it was still cute. I aspeshaly like how Sab reacts when he thinks he's starting to fall in love with Mina and literly runs to his brothers to make shore what he's feeling for her isent love. Also how he starts to relize at the end how empty he feels without Mina and his brothers kind of have to give him a slap upside the head before he can admit it outloud. The very end was a happy twist that needed to be there and after I read the other brothers storys I could understand what a big deal this was to them. These books are a must read and I sugest them to others who like romance with bite (over done saying, I know but it gets my point across.). across.)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What can I say? Sebastian is my favorite brother in the series. I found him sexy, funny and confident. Mina can be a bit annoying but I love Sebastian enough to give him 5 stars. Easy and fun read.
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