Teeth: The First Bite

Teeth: The First Bite

by Chele Cooke

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BN ID: 2940154280355
Publisher: Chele Cooke
Publication date: 01/08/2016
Series: Teeth , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 255,578
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Chele is an independent Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and paranormal author based in London, UK.

Chele's also has a collection of short stories of multiple genres available for free via the website www.CheleCooke.com

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Teeth: The First Bite 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
IceDragon More than 1 year ago
The story started well, but later the plot seemed more random than interesting. I liked Chele Cooke's ways of describing the characters and the events which was what intrigued me in the beginning of the book. Chele Cooke's style of writing is straightforward and crisp, there's no going in circles to get to the truth, so this was a quick read which I enjoyed. This is an unbiased review and I'm sure the second book will be exciting with werewolves!
DiiMI More than 1 year ago
Move over fluffy vamps who sparkle, step back dark denizens of the night, Chele Cooke is out to make her “mark” in the paranormal world with Teeth. Remember back in the day, when you woke up after partying a little too hardy? Did you find yourself in a strange bed? (Hey, I’m not going to tell.) That is exactly what happened to one medical student/party boy, but what he woke up to made his worst nightmare seem like a trip to Disney. Blood, blood, and the body the blood was coming from and it smelled good? How barbaric! For Thomas, it was the end of his medical career and the beginning of his life as a vampire. Is he ready to give up everything he ever knew for something he didn’t want or will he adjust and learn the “rules” of Vampire 101? Spencer is assigned to teach Thomas the ropes and August is the dark one, the one everyone goes to for leadership, although officially he is the enforcer, the one who does Charles’ bidding, who assures the nasty business of all things ‘vampire’ get taken care of, no matter how gruesome. Told for the most part from the perspectives of Thomas, Spencer and August, this tale is splattered with some violence, blood and gore told in graphic detail. I shuddered more than once, not because it was too much, but because it was well done. There is a secret agenda and it concerns the ancient leader, Charles, is he still leader material? Has someone been biding their time to overthrow the regime? Thank you Chele Cooke for your wicked sense of humor and your ability to paint a fresh, if gritty take on the paranormal world. For a while now, vamps have lived in the past, thanks to Ms. Cooke, we have the 21st century version to forward to in her new series. Deceit, danger and loyalties still get top billing, but that little touch of romance softened the edges while the attitudes and dialogue dripped with magnetic charisma. Dress for danger, cover your necks, grab your silver, we going out tonight to the darkest side of town with Chele Cooke’s Teeth. Catchy title, eh?
aly36 More than 1 year ago
This book was not what I expected and I'm glad. I was a big fan of the Twilight series but anything can be over done. I liked this book because it was fresh and different. If you like to read about vampires and what something different, you should check this book out. * This book was given to me from the author in exchange for an honest review*