Series: What You See Is What You Get #4
Author: Nicole Zoltack
Publisher: Echelon Press (July 11, 2011)
Source: Purchased on Amazon Kindle
To Purchase: Amazon
Description: Ana and Eric managed to survive an attack from two vampires, but the encounter was not been without danger, and Frank, Ana's friend, has paid the price. A vampire bit him, and now Frank is in a coma. He might never wake up… or up might, as a vampire.
Newly self-declared vampire hunter, Ana will not allow that to happen. She would never stake her friend!
Luckily, there is a recipe to save someone from vampire venom. A tear from a pegasus or a unicorn's horn. And a fang from the deadly basilisk that kills those who catch its gaze.
Vampires aren't the only evil creatures in the world. And to save her friend, Ana is going to need to make new ones, ones who can see what she can't.
Time is running out for Frank. Will Ana be able to save him?
Review: Nicole Zoltack's A Sight for Sore Fangs, the fourth installment in the What You See Is What You Get series, is an emotional rollercoaster where choices can dangerous consequences.
After Ana's friend Frank was bitten by a vampire, she and Eric have to find the magical ingredients to save his life before it is too late. There is a problem, though. Neither she or Eric can see the Pegasus, unicorn, or basilisk. They have to persuade the seers who can before it's too late and Frank either dies or becomes a vampire.
A Sight for Sore Fangs picks up from where Or Not to See left off. Zoltack's writing tugs at the emotions as Ana feels the guilt from her recklessness. A slight rift forms between her and Eric as they find a basilisk and unicorn seer. The characters learn how their actions have consequences, which lends to the realism in the characters in this fantastical world Zoltack has created. The best part of this world revolves around these magical creatures, and we get our first glimpses of more than just vampires. The ending is surprising and leaves the reader what will happen next.
I look forward to the next installment of this series. I recommend it to lovers of fantasy and the paranormal and all ages. A Sight for Sore Fangs is well-worth the read!