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  • Taschenbuch: 368 Seiten
  • Verlag: NAL (2. November 2010)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0451232593
  • ISBN-13: 978-0451232595
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  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 13,7 x 2 x 20,8 cm
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Als Kind war die US-amerikanische Autorin Katie MacAlister eine Leseratte. Einmal in der Woche ging sie in die Bibliothek, um anschließend ihre Zeit im Bann der ausgeliehenen Bücher zu verbringen. Auf die Idee, selbst Romane zu schreiben, kam sie allerdings erst, als sie einen Softwareratgeber verfassen musste und sich dabei mit der Trockenheit des Stoffes quälte. Seither hat Katie MacAlister sich auf Romane spezialisiert, die sowohl im Heute als auch in der Vergangenheit spielen können. Besonders ihre paranormalen Romanzen, in denen Vampire die Hauptrolle spielen, oder die "Dragon"-Reihe sind inzwischen weltweit bekannt. Ihr Zuhause teilt sie sich mit ihrem Mann und einigen Hunden.

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Katie MacAlister lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and dogs, and can often be found lurking around online game sites.

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6 von 6 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von J.K. am 16. November 2010
Format: Taschenbuch
Die 16-jährige Fran kann sich weitaus was besseres vorstellen als mit ihrer Mutter, einer Hexe, mit dem GothFaire durch Europa zu reisen. Vor allem da sie sich nichts sehnlicher wünscht als einfach nur normal zu sein. Bis sie Benedikt über den Weg läuft. Der ist nicht nur wahnsinnig gutausehend, sondern auch noch ein dreihundert Jahre alter Vampir, oder Dark One, der behauptet Fran wäre seine Beloved.
Nur ist Fran sich nicht sicher ob sie mit 16 schon so weit ist sich fest zu binden. Und das auch noch für die Ewigkeit...
dazu kommen dann erst noch die mysterioesen Diebstahle auf der GothFaire und im zweiten Teil einer überaus lustige Bande Wickingergeister...

Confessions of a Vampires Girlfriend ist die Neuauflage zweier Romane von Katie Macalister unter dem Pseudonym Katie Maxwell, Got Fangs? und Circus of the Darned. (2005 und 06 erschienen)
So wie ich es verstanden habe sollten sie eigentlich der Auftakt zu einer Jugendreige über Dark Ones werden, diese wurde aber dann eingestellt.

Da aber viele Handlungstränge, und vor allem die Beziehung zwischen Fran und Ben, noch offen waren, hat KMA die Geschichte der beiden nun in ihre erwachsene Dark Ones Reihe eingebaut. (In the Company of Vampires)

Da Got Fangs? und Circus of the Darned Jugendbuecher sind ist die Erotik deutlich zurückgeschraubt, obwohl es einige nicht üble Kuss Szenen gibt.
Und natürlich darf auch hier KMAs Situationskomik nicht fehlen. Manchmal frag ich mich echt, woher die Frau all die abgedrehten Ideen nimmt...
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Von Maria K. am 25. Juni 2013
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Some laughs, some crazy ideas. But not as captivating as the other MacAlister titles from the "Dark Ones" series I've read so far.
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Confessions is not as satisfying as her full-length novels, but together it left me wanting the next novel. 27. November 2010
Von Bookaholics Reviewer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Confessions of a Vampire's Girlfriend by Katie MacAlister
Paranormal Romance -Nov. 2nd, 2010
4 stars

Confessions of a Vampire's Girlfriend is one book containing two short novels for Young Adults. Both novels are romance with paranormal and mystery elements. This book is a much younger and innocent version of Ms. Macalister's Dark Ones series novels.

In "Got Fangs", Francesca "Fran" Ghetti is sixteen and her father is remarried to a trophy wife. Fran, however, is abandoned to her mother's custody in a traveling circus, the GothFaire and Circus of the Darned, in Europe. Unlike other teenagers, Fran has special abilities. When she touches anybody with her bare hands, she can read their minds.

When Fran literally walks in front of a vampire, Benedikt, "Ben" Czerny on his motorcycle, Ben discovers that he has finally found the savior of his soul, his Beloved. Because of their link, they can talk with each other using their minds. But Fran's not ready to give up her independence and future, so she agrees to see Ben on the condition that he does not read her mind unless she authorizes it.

When somebody is stealing from the circus, Fran's mother, who's a witch, asks for Fran's help. If Fran helps the catch the thief, she is allowed to keep a horse she saved from the glue factory and date Ben without too much parental intrusion. Fran better find the culprit soon because the same person wants to stake her boyfriend. If she has anything to say about it, that won't happen.
In "Circus of the Darned", Fran is fitting in well with the strange characters that make up the attractions. Fran helps Tilbot, her wizard friend, to keep a enchanted necklace, the Vikingaharta. But through it, Fran accidentally resurrects a dozen Viking warrior ghosts. Now Fran has to find a way to send them home to Valhalla.

Worse, Ben is back. Right after she agreed to be his girlfriend, he left without an explanation. Even though Fran is mad at him, Ben refuses to share what kept them apart. Then her horse, Tesla, gets stolen. Can't a girl catch a break?!

Confessions of a Vampire's Girlfriend is a fun read for people of any age, but without the sex scenes. There are no sex scenes in this book for those of you familiar with this author. Even the violence is much less than in her adult books. It happens off stage for the most part.

The book still has Ms. MacAlister's sense of humor and wit that has drawn me to continually purchase her books. Because the stories were much shorter than her full size novels, she relied on a lot of stereotyping for her characters and scenes, which saddened me because her characters are her strongest points in her adult books.

Confessions is not as satisfying as her full-length novels, but together it left me wanting the next novel.

Reviewed by Jackie Fleming from Bookaholics Romance Club
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two tongue-in-cheek young adult tales 7. November 2010
Von Harriet Klausner - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
"Got Fangs?" Oregonian teenager Francesca Ghetti is six feet tall and reads minds by touching objects. Her divorced mother is a witch who has dragged Fran to Hungary on a traveling show filled with freaks and geeks. Fran is almost run over by a motorcycle. The driver is a hunk who is actually taller than her, which is what freaks her out. She does not blink when she learns he is Benedikt Czerny, a Moravian Dark One over three centuries old, who believes she will save his soul. When Benedikt demands Fran and his sister stay home while he fights a demon; his American Amazonian prepares to kick demon butt and his if necessary.

"Circus of the Darned". Teenage psychic Francesca has somewhat adapted to her abilities like summoning the dead and her abnormal lifestyle as a member of the touring Gothefaire. Even for Francesca used to the absurd being the norm, things are more out of control than usual starting with the twelve dead Vikings she brought back to life or her dating a motorcycle riding vampire who is almost three centuries her senior. While mom objects to his bad overbite with dental costs so high; Benedikt insists she is his life-mate, he needs to insure that his beloved GOT FANGS too. However the biggest problem in Francesca's mind is he is a night person and she has a curfew.

This reprints the two tongue-in-cheek young adult adventures of Francesca the Amazonian psychic written as Katie Maxwell. The cast in each tale, whether they are normal, supernatural, or hybrid in-betweeners, make for a fun time. However, this omnibus edition belongs to kick-butt Francesca whose action-packed escapades will be enjoyed by the targeted audience and long-toothed readers; while writing as Katie MacAlister has brought Francesca back in a delightful adult adventure (see In the Company of Vampires).

Harriet Klausner
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My Confessions (Sexy Vampire Edition) 2. November 2011
Von Kristin Feliz - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
You know you're a fan of Katie Maxwell because you still refer to her as Katie Maxwell -- She goes by Katie MacAlister nowadays. And thank the Book gods for her, because her novels were my first introduction to the Young Adult lit world.

Before I start, I should explain that Confessions of a Vampires Girlfriend is comprised of two books: Got Fangs? (2005) and Circus of the Darned (2006)

I did read both books separately, but because they are currently Out of Print I decided to just review the omnibus edition, Confessions of a Vampires Girlfriend.

Got Fangs? and Circus of the Darned were some of the earliest vampire books I read. I am talking before Borders (R.I.P) and Barnes and Nobles' shelves were flooded with Paranormal/Fantasy YA.

Francesca was "every-girl" and I related to her instantly. She was an awkward teen trying to figure out where she belonged. Um, story of my life! How could I not find her incredibly endearing? And of course Ben was my first vampire crush. Yes, people, there were other sexy, less sparkly, vamps to choose from before Edward Cullen. Plus, Ben was different. He was all man...and he came with a sexy motorcycle. *le sigh*

Note to Self: Must stop using the word sexy.

As weird as it sounds, I have so many great memories with this little series. Like all of Katie's books, this one is such a quick and enjoyable read. If anything, just buy it for the HILARIOUS Viking ghosts. Trust me.

If you're interested, Katie published In The Company of Vampires (2010), a followup to Confessions of a Vampire's Girlfriend. Please note, however, that this is an ADULT book, so racy, sweat-inducing scenes are sexily strewn throughout the book.

Don't say I didn't warn you...
What do you else would you expect from a YA book. 2. April 2013
Von Musings & Ramblings - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
So, I am a huge fan of Katie MacAlister's Dark Ones books. And I have several on the TBR shelf. But I have been waiting to read them, because #8 In the Company of Vampires is actually a continuation of the adult relationship of Ben and Francesca. The main characters from Got Fangs? and Circus of the Darned. They have since been combined into one book, Confessions of a Vampire's Girlfriend.

Now I am going to be very clear, most of the time, I am not into YA Romance. The whole Twilight thing? *shudder* Let's just say, that I have a name for it: The Teen Drama Trauma and move on, shall we? So, I have had this books sitting and waiting to be read. I kept putting it off and putting it off. It would probably still be on my TBR shelf, if not for all these Reading Challenges I see going up. It got me to thinking, it is time to start clearing out some of the older books in the TBR pile. On that note, I finally worked up the nerve and dived in.

Honestly, it wasn't as bad as I feared. The signature Katie MacAlister humor and snarkiness is there. Yes, the 16 year old Francesca is moody and broody, but I think most anyone would have been in her shoes. She is trying to make the best of it, but as she keeps saying, "Her Life is Weird."

Fran is with her mom, touring around Europe as part of a Goth Faire. The only one near her age is a 15 year old boy, Soren. Fran's mom is a witch, her new friend Imogen is a Marovian (female vampire/Dark One) and Fran herself is a psychometrist. Plus she is surrounded by all the other members of the Goth Faire, all of the strange and just a little out there.

Then she meets Imogene's brother Benidikt, who is a Dark One and claims that she is his Beloved. The only one who can save his soul and that they are destined to be together. It is right here, that the book could have made that sad, turn down Twilight lane and been all "Oh, we must be together forever" and "I can't exist without you". Thank God it did not.

First of all, Fran keeps calling Ben a Vampire, a term he dislikes. Secondly, she doesn't really believe in the whole "Beloved" thing. She wants to take it slow and just be friendly. Ben keeps stepping in to save and protect her and Fran keeps telling him to let her fight her own battles. It was wonderful!

I read both books fairly quickly, and will admit I thought the second one ended rather abruptly. It left me hanging and kind of wondering, "What the hell?" I didn't really feel that there was a natural conclusion to the situation and it felt both rushed and forced. I am hoping that when I start on In the Company of Vampires, set years later, it will resolve some of these feelings of "And???"
Very good! 19. Mai 2014
Von Savannah (Books With Bite) - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
To be honest, I picked this book up during my whole vampire obsessed phase. It sat on my shelf after the phase ended and while digging through my book pile, I found it. I remembered why i picked it up. The title. Confessions. I wanted to know what confessions. So I dived in.

Plot: What you should first know is that this book carries two small stories. The first is called “Got Fangs?” and this story is the beginning of Ben and Fran. They met unexpectedly and before you know, their lives are changed. Then there is,”Circus Of The Darned” and this is a second short story of Ben and Fran, on solving a mystery/adventure. Both stories are short due to the fact that these stories lead up the the adult novel, In The Company Of Vampires. From reading both stories and finishing them pretty quickly I can tell you that I’m definitely interested in reading the adult book cause I want to know how it ends.

Ben/Fran: Their relationship begins rocky. Fran is taken back by Ben and does not like the fact that she is his,”beloved.” She wants to be a teen and live her life. Which I can totally understand. Still, they became great friends.

Ending: I think Ben and Frans stories does cut off short which is why I’m tempted to read the adult novel. I want to know that they end well and together.

This is good book. I really getting to know these characters and hoping can read their final adventure soon. Confessions Of A Vampire’s Girlfriend is great.
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