Bewitched, Blooded and Bewildered: A Bad Witch Story

It’s been crazy around here. I work for the local university as my day job, so there’s end of semester madness mixed in with the holiday rush. (Speaking of the end of year shenanigans, if you haven’t already voted in the Best of the Best Cover Clash, go vote now!) Admist all the crazy I’ve been doing edits on Bewitched, Blooded and Bewildered, the sequel to Blood, Smoke and Mirrors, and it’s soooo much fun! It’ll be out in Spring 2012, and I wanted to share the blurb:

It’s better to be a bad witch than a dead one.

One thing stands between Catherine Duquesne and happily-ever-after with her soul mate Lex—her unwanted bond with billionaire vampire Zachary Harrison. Married life is hard enough without adding an uninvited vampire to the mix, and being tied to Zach endangers more than just her relationship. If Zach dies, she dies, and with his new seat on the necromancer council being challenged by older, more powerful masters, his life expectancy is dwindling fast.

Vampire politics is only the beginning of Cat’s problems. Hunters are stalking magicians, abducting entire families and killing anyone who resists. As the current Titania and Oberon, Cat and Lex must protect their people, but Cat’s dark past keeps the victims from seeking their help. Worse, the former Titania’s granddaughter wants to oust Cat from the job, believing her vampire ties make her unfit.

To break the bond Cat must broker deals with devils on a journey that will take her to hell and back—literally. Freedom comes at a high price, but Cat will risk anything to save her people and her marriage.

Warning: This book contains explicit language, faerie shenanigans, a field trip to hell, even more magician sex, and gratuitous violence against vampires, demons, hunters, helicopters and the kitchen sink.

So, how are you surviving December? Looking forward to the holidays? Procrastinating? (I haven’t bought a single present or baked any cookies yet. This will come back to haunt me. The writing, however, is going fabulously.) 😉

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2 Responses to “Bewitched, Blooded and Bewildered: A Bad Witch Story”
  1. The story sounds wonderful, Robyn. I hope the kitchen sink survives to tell its own tale. And I’m glad the writing is going so well, because that means there will be more. :~))

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