Fangtastic by Lucienne Diver

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Can you work for the Feds and still be fabulous? When “undercover” involves infiltrating a lair of nightclub poser vamps killing people in Florida (like, real murderers!), the only way to blend in is to stand out. The job certainly has its upside: five-alarm hotties, wicked fashion tips from the steampunk crowd, and partnering with my BFF Marcy and my gorgeous, genius boyfriend Bobby. And it helps to have a team behind me when facing my deadliest mission yet, where we might not actually be the scariest things to go bump in the night.

Perks of this assignment: I get to spend a lot of time in clubs and my undercover outfit is smoking hot, with no VPL (visible panty lines for those playing along at home).

Downside of this assignment: I have to offer Bobby to the killers as bait!

“Gina never fails to please, as she strides down the runway of afterlife with just the right mix of humor, make-up advice, youthful lust that never crosses the line, and a kung-fu style all her own. [Fangtastic] doesn’t miss a beat.”—KIRKUS REVIEWS

"Gina has a biting, sarcastic voice that makes the Vamped books quick and entertaining reads."—VOYA

"Diver spins an action-packed story that is filled with humor. Gina is a sassy heroine who tackles issues and challenges with proper vampire style."—SCHOOL LIBARY JOURNAL

"A welcome lighthearted departure from gloomy vampire romance."—BOOKLIST


About Lucienne Diver

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Lucienne Diver is a literary agent by day and a writer by night. A graduate of SUNY, Potsdam, New York, she is the author of the novel Playing Nice, and her fiction, The Problem with Piskies, has been serialized in Quantum Barbarian magazine. The author lives in Florida. Find out more by visiting
Published January 8, 2012 by Flux. 240 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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Dressed to kill but never taking more than a sip, Gina’s working for the Feds, who keep her on a tight rein, cutting into Gina’s idea of a good time.

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I didn't have to wince even once (although I got a chuckle when Gina refers to the Black Veil as "the vampire Magna Carta."

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Gina Covella, the Macy's-worshipping teen fashionista from Ohio turned vampire after an imprudent neck-nibbling, is back for a third adventure, and it's a delight.

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