Twice Bitten (a gay teen paranormal romance)

Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Jesse Hartwick, teen celebrity, suddenly finds his world turned upside-down when he is bitten by both a vampire and a werewolf. Now he’s exhibiting powers from both creatures, neither side knowing what to make of him. People want to take advantage of his unique abilities, leaving him with few people he can trust as his two worlds collide, and his heart is divided between two mysterious men. More

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About Dave Ferraro

Dave Ferraro grew up in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, where he was warped by a steady diet of comic books, horror movies and young adult novels. He is the author of the paranormal fantasy series "Hunters of the Dark," as well as "Dark Genesis" and the gay teen paranormal romance "Twice Bitten." He graduated with a B.A. in English and creative writing from Saint Cloud State University, and currently resides in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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Review by: beginstomorrow on July 31, 2014 :
A lot of telling instead of showing, barely any character or relationship development (the main character instantly falls in love with the other two protagonists and vice versa), and weak plot despite the promising premise. I understand that this is supposed to be a teen story, but good writing is good writing irrespective of the maturity of the intended audience. I still believe that the idea of the story is interesting, but the delivery leaves much, much to be desired. I wish the author the best of luck and recommend that (s)he takes another shot at rewriting this story in a few more years when (s)he's honed his/her skills further.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Penelope Frost on Dec. 10, 2011 :
I really liked this one. I liked the elements in the story and how difficult it can be when two species clashes and you're smack in the middle of it, and still remain true to yourself no matter how difficult it is. The story also portrayes how it feels to feel attracted to two opposites who're as different as the sun and the moon - the day and the night.
A very recommendable read.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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