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Robyn Bachar
Born and raised in Berwyn, Illinois, I love all things related to Chicago, from the Cubs to the pizza. When I began writing my urban fantasy series, it seemed only natural to combine my love of fantasy with my love of Chicago, and to tell stories of witches and vampires in the Chicagoland area.As... show more

Born and raised in Berwyn, Illinois, I love all things related to Chicago, from the Cubs to the pizza. When I began writing my urban fantasy series, it seemed only natural to combine my love of fantasy with my love of Chicago, and to tell stories of witches and vampires in the Chicagoland area.As a gamer, I've spent many hours rolling dice, playing rock-paper-scissors, and slaying creatures in mmorpgs.
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Rachel's books
Rachel's books rated it 2 years ago
Talena is a freed Cy'ren who runs her own shop on a tourist (space) ship. Enter Mordackai (or Dack) who is also a Cy'ren and is injured and running from trouble. Talena helps him and Dack, thinking she is a slave, rescues her and takes her to his ship. It turns out Dack is part of the resistance to ...
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BuckeyeAngel rated it 3 years ago
Catherine/Cat had never intended to join Team Evil. But because of her bond with necromancer vampire Councilman Zachary Harrison she was going into a necromancer gathering to fight on the side of Zachary and her husband Lex- who was cat’s soulmate-was definitely not happy about the bond or being the...
Rachel's books
Rachel's books rated it 7 years ago
There were some things I liked and didn't. What I liked: Cat. She's strong and witty, but most definitely not perfect. I liked that she clearly communicated her issues with Lex. "Is it really so much to ask that just once I be worth sacrificing something for?" I thought it was funny that Porti...
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Second Bookses rated it 9 years ago
Reviewed for RT Book Reviews March 2013 issue: http://www.rtbookreviews.com/book-review/bewitched-blooded-and-bewildered
Goat Heads and Sand Burrs, P. Kirby's Reading Blog
Starts off with a strong premise: outcast witch finds herself in the unlikely position of vying for job of Titiana, the intercessor between the land of fairy and Earth's magical critters AND her competition is none other than her father, the man who killed her mother. Unfortunately, the plot fizzles...
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