This book was silly and fun, in a sort of “don’t take this too seriously” kind of way. I really liked the setup — a vampire losing a fang and needing a 24-hour dentist to reattach it, then falling into the middle of a Russian mob hit on the aforementioned dentist and saving her life.
I was strangely annoyed by the title, which despite setting the tone of silliness did not otherwise feel connected to the story.
The romance in this book was okay, but not my favorite aspect of the book. That could be because I don’t normally enjoy vampire romance, but I think it’s more likely because of the “love at first sight” style. That style works for many readers — you know who you are. 🙂
But I did enjoy the characters, the silliness, and even the suspense of this story.