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rank 1805
word count 26471
date submitted 26.04.2010
date updated 10.01.2012
genres: Fiction, Romance, Fantasy, Young Ad...
classification: moderate


Mandy Pyfferoen

When you're a powerful witch, every vamp wants to bite you.


Ashlinn is a more powerful witch than she realizes. Unfortunately, the vamps have noticed, including the hottest vamp at school, Conor. She finds herself forced to become a vampire's familiar, something she swore she'd never let happen. Vamps start lining up to be the one to bite her, including Conor, and her best friend, Matt.

Will Ashlinn choose best friend, Matt or dream guy, Conor to be the one to claim her?

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E. Apanda wrote 820 days ago

Love how this as told as a modern day teen!

You should explain in more detail- for instance you throw in something random like "vampires go to my school" how did that come to happen? A backstory would be nice.

Overall: Very enjoyable! Reading this was a joy. Keep going, it's great so far!

happy writing,
e. apanda

jessicamoore80 wrote 830 days ago

So i reading this book and i love it! i like guys and plot and so keep going!

NightUnite wrote 1352 days ago

Hey, I read this a while back and wanted to tell you this rocks. Backed with joy and love how you made it modern. Hope you update soon!

Zero-serenity wrote 1420 days ago

i read this with djinnia, and i wanted to support your story from my authonomy account too =D it was pretty darn good ^____________^
~Zero, No Title Needed

djinnia wrote 1423 days ago

i love this!!!! the only problem i had was the blue colored text. i had to change it to black background to read it. the blue blurred to easily on the white background.

are you going to put more up? because you ended on such a relationship cliffhanger!!

this a book i would pick up and read anytime,


AmyJ09 wrote 1431 days ago

What an interesting vampire/love story twist. Your writing and characters are so believable that I felt like I could see the whole story unfold right in front of my eyes. And that is a wonderful gift to have.
Backed happily and hope to read more of your story.
Amy J

mariecapri wrote 1446 days ago

Hello Mandy. I think Wanted is a great title for this. You describe your characters well and it was so refreshing to read in blue print.I think the genre you are writing for will love this. Best of luck, mariecapri (Cosmic Linx)

CarolynJ wrote 1447 days ago

I think this would go down very well with with YAs and you get inside young minds and their mannersims etc. in an age-realistic way. I'm not into vampire stories myself but I found I read most of what's here and I thought equating the idea of taking anything - in this case, blood - without consent, with rape was interesting and a thought-provoking idea for your young audience. I didn't find any major things but one very minor typo: 4 para, chp1 MeEgan. Good luck and shelved, CArolyn.

Word_Hurler wrote 1448 days ago

I wasn't sure about this when I first started, but it drew me in quickly as it settled into a nice story propelling pace. I think that the young adult population will eat this up. Great dialogue and funny, quirky MC. Great work!

Case (Revelation)

eloraine wrote 1450 days ago

Of course I love everything vampire including this, backed with pleasure. I hope you will read mine as well. e.Loraine Royal Blood Chronicles book one

yasmin esack wrote 1451 days ago

Very graping story about vampires

Mpyff wrote 1451 days ago

Thank you, everyone! I will try to get around to reading as much as I can!

lizjrnm wrote 1452 days ago

This is an excellent vampire book because it is so down to earth in prose and dialogue that it reads like a real story and not fantasy! Great characterizations and well crafted! BACKED

The Cheech Room

missyfleming_22 wrote 1452 days ago

This is very authentic of teen today and I'm sure they will love this. Not a huge fan of Twilight but I do see some very positive things in this. It's well written and I really like your main characters, I can actually relate to them even though I'm a little older. Including a witch in this really sets it apart too, It's a wonderful idea! Best of luck with this, I did enjoy what I read.

Mark of Eterntiy

lisawb wrote 1452 days ago

Interesting, funny in places and quite engaging.



Jim Darcy wrote 1452 days ago

Gave this to my Twilight-loving offspring to read some of and she gave it a thumbs up. She liked the teenspeak and the droll humour. Jim Darcy The Firelord's Crown

A Knight wrote 1452 days ago

This is an interesting take on the paranormal/fantasy twist, an dit's got a lot of promise along with a clear level of enthusiasm from the writer.

Backed with pleasure.
Abi xxx

Amylovesbooks wrote 1452 days ago

I like your cheeky humor and in-your-face writing style. This is a fun read, and it's my pleasure to take it for a spin on my shelf.

All the best,

Love Match

Burgio wrote 1452 days ago

Oh, the problems of a teenage witch. Seriously, this is a good story. It’s easy to relate to Ashlinn and want to see how this all turns out (although personally – and I don’t know a lot about witches - why she needs to choose between vampires seems strange to me; seems as if she’s setting her sights pretty low). Either way, your writing style is good; I think fantasy fans will like this a lot. I’m adding it to my shelf. Burgio (Grain of Salt).

AuthorTom wrote 1453 days ago

Backed with pleasure! Tom Ryerson (Carnal Wreckage)

PATRICK BARRETT wrote 1453 days ago

The dialogue makes an impression strightaway, it flows and involves the reader immediately. Well done. Paula Barrett (Cuthbert-how mean is my valley)

SusieGulick wrote 1453 days ago

Dear Mandy, I love when she read the poem to Conor - that was pretty radical. :) As for vampires, that's how I feel every morning when I wake up - I'm so weak, it feels like a vampire has sucked all my blood out - I have lupus. You did well in preparing me to read your book by your recap before your story began. It is a good read because you create interest by having short paragraphs & lots of dialogue, which makes me want to keep reading to find out what's going to happen next. I'm "reading"/"commenting"/"backing" your book to help it move up on the charts (sending a message doesn't move your book up, but only "comment"/"backing"). Could you please return the favor by taking a moment to "comment"/"back" my 2 memoir books to help them move up? "He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not" & the unedited version? "Tell Me True Love Stories," which at the end of the last chapter tells my illness now & my 6th abusive marriage I'm in. Thanks. :) Love, Susie :)

soutexmex wrote 1453 days ago

Welcome aboard, Mandy. This website will improve your writing craft, if you allow it. I'll be your third comment. I can go with the short pitch. With the long pitch, we need more exposition. Also, I would break it down into smaller paragraphs so it reads faster. End it with one succinct question. Perfecting your pitches is how you climb in ranking to gather more exposure and comments to better your novel. The writing is good so I am SHELVING you.

Though I have been a very active member for over a year, I can still use your comments on my book when you get the chance. Every little bit helps. Cheers!

The Obergemau Key

Mpyff wrote 1453 days ago

Thanks for the "nit" :) I will look for it and fix so it sounds better. :) I'm constantly revising, but still miss a lot! :)

Melcom wrote 1453 days ago

You have a very nice narrative voice and this makes your story a compelling read. Ashlinn is a solid character. The dialogue is superb and I'm sure your target audience will gobble this up with glee.

A little nit spotted.

I'm not sure about been crushing on!! Had a crush on, maybe!

Very happily shelved
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