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If you like Fangs 4 Freaks by Serena Robar

 

If you liked Fangs 4 Freaks by Serena Robar and haven't read the others in the series, you should try Braced 2 Bite and Dating 4 Demons. Here are some other humorous fantasies/paranormal/supernatural books that I hope you will like:

 

Circus of the Darned by Katie Maxwell.

Fran isn't your typical teenager. She can sense an object's history and
discern a person's thoughts with a mere touch. Oh, and her boyfriend is
a vampire. But her concerns are the same as any teen's-finding her place
in the world, finding someone to love...and finding some time (and a
cool outfit) for an actual date. Unfortunately, life-and the craziness
of traveling around Europe with a band of witches, mediums and
magicians-keeps intruding, and the hundred-year-old Viking ghosts she
accidentally conjured into being are unmanageable to say the least.
(from Publisher description). If you like this, Maxwell has another one
called "Got Fangs?" which actually came out before Circus

 

Bras and Broomsticks by Sarah Mlynowski.

Living in New York City with her mother and her younger sister, Miri,
fourteen-year-old Rachel tries to persuade Miri, who has recently become
a witch, to help her become popular at school and to try to stop their
divorced father's wedding. If you like this, it is the first in the
Magic in Manhattan series. The second one is Frogs and French Kisses
and the third is Spells and Sleeping Bags.

 

Vampire Kisses by Ellen Schreiber.

Sixteen-year-old Raven, an outcast who always wears black and hopes to
become a vampire some day, falls in love with the mysterious new boy in
town, eager to find out if he can make her dreams come true.

 

Hidden Talents by David Lubar.

When thirteen-year-old Martin arrives at an alternative school for
misfits and problem students, he falls in with a group of boys with
psychic powers and discovers something surprising about himself.

 

Vampire High by Douglas Rees.

When his family moves from California to New Sodom, Massachusetts and
Cody enters Vlad Dracul Magnet School, many things seem strange, from
the dark-haired, pale-skinned, supernaturally strong students to Charon,
the wolf who guides him around campus on the first day.