Review: Harem of Fangs (Stairway to Harem # 1) by Emma Dawn

Title: Harem of Fangs

Series: Stairway to Harem #1

Author: Emma Dawn

About:

When renowned novelist Ally Swift goes to help a friend out of a jam, she finds herself thrust into a world she previously thought only existed in the paranormal books she wrote.

A world of vampires, magic, and mind-blowing sex that she could never have dreamed was possible.

Caught between five powerful vampires, she is trapped between the strength of their hands, the fire in their touch, and the ache in her skin for the thrust of their teeth.

She is the key to their survival, and for the four she denies, their lives will be forfeit.

Can she find a way to save them all, and place her heart in the hands of the one whose soul resonates with her own, and still finish that damn book she’s got a deadline for?

Full length, stand alone, reverse harem, happily ever after.

Be prepared for laughter, love, and a harem you will dream of coming for you.

MY RATING: 4 Stars

MY REVIEW:

The Good:

Uhmmm what part about Ally and 5 of her own hot as sin vampires didn’t you understand? Yes Please. And even though the book starts of making you think that she is going to have to choose, it becomes pretty obvious early on that she won’t be able too and therefor…YAY us. She keeps them all… and maybe baby a bonus one to boot?

I was completely in love with Ally’s fierceness, determination and strength. She was thrust into this completely different world with rules she didn’t know and mean uglies out to get her and she kind of just takes it all in stride.

The Great

All of the characters were really fun to read and get to know. As always when it comes to a RH novel with so many lovelies to choose from you kind of get a 7 dwarfs feel when it comes to the men. The Grumpy one, the Funny one, the Romantic one… but someone it didn’t feel completely cliche and even a little believable (as much as a RH with vampires can be I guess).

The not so good:

Ever read a book and know, just know deep down in your bones that this book was meant to be waaaaay longer. That so much was rushed and could have been expanded upon and it would have been epic? This is exactly what happened here. It was a really good book. It could have been great. It all felt a little rushed and the ending felt a little too abrupt. And easy. But still a really good book.

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