Traitors (Crooked Fang)

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Vampire Xan Marcelles and his band, Crooked Fang, have been sitting idle for almost two months when Xan's given a job offer he can't refuse. Only it is not a music gig — it's a multiple hit in a Texas town called Bartlett. Given no details except six names and a location, Xan hits the road.

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Words: 23,910
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781301005550
About Carrie Clevenger

Carrie Clevenger landed in the urban fantasy genre when she couldn't decide between horror and humor. When not writing she enjoys listening to music, hanging out with musicians, attending local venues, catching her favorite bands on tour, and obsessing over The Next Big Album release. Carrie resides in Austin, Texas.

Also in Series: Crooked Fang

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Review by: Alyssa Breck on Aug. 31, 2014 :
Fantastic follow up to Crooked Fang. Once again, Clevenger pulls us into the world of vampire bass player, Xan Marcelles. While his band is on a sort of hiatus, we get to see a side of Xan that's only been alluded to before. The vampire assassin side and it's fabulous. We're dragged along with him and fellow vampire, Nin, as they embark on a journey to take out a small group of bloodsuckers. The chemistry between Xan is Nin is hot as hell and funny at times. This story takes off running from the first page and leaves you breathless on the last page. You don't want to miss this.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: David G Shrock on Sep. 20, 2013 :
Xan introduces his world with a playful style touched by his dark-offbeat humor. I feel I’m right there with Xan at Pale Rider, a little drinking hole, and riding with him in his Camaro. It’s a fun ride, too. Xan keeps things lively even when picking music on the radio. The love that went into writing and editing Traitors bleeds through at every turn, a smooth ride winding through the Xan’s feelings for his friend, Nin, and rising over the peak into a blaze at the Traitors bar. Xan realizes there’s more to this mission, and the story leaves us with a taste of things to come.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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