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Red blood cells. Suzana hates her nickname. Her coworkers at The Bureau of Daywalker Affairs have taken to calling her RBC because she shares her taste for blood with the rogue vampires that haunt Southern California. When a lethal entity emerges and begins killing both humans and vampires alike, Suzana must confront her own perilous history that started centuries ago in ancient Japan.
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Language: English
About Tamara Boyens

I'm a PhD student in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching--I study how people learn other languages. I also have degrees in speech-language pathology, audiology, and applied linguistics. In the past, I worked as a veterinary technician. This is reflected in the Feathered Trilogy books, which are all available on this site. All three were NaNoWriMo novels, (the third of which is in progress at the moment) so I apologize for the lack of editing and proper formatting. I hope you enjoy the stories nonetheless, because I had a great time writing them.

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Review by: Engineer Friend on July 12, 2014 :
A very great read! I am hoping for a sequel However, the all too often occurring issues with diction, spelling, and grammar were distracting - a bit more attention to editing would go a long way ...
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Review by: Erica Bridge on Aug. 16, 2012 :
Took me less than two days to read it! Loved it! Waiting for the sequel! Tiffany Bullock is right about the few errors it has, though.
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Review by: Tiffany Bullock on May 26, 2012 :
i loved this book I joined this site just so I could write a review about how great this book is. Aside from a few grammatical errors it was a great read. The plot was wonderful and full of twists and turns, the characters were interesting and full of depth. You are very talented, my only disappointment is that you haven't written the sequel yet.
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Review by: lfsims on Jan. 22, 2012 :
good read, it makes you look at vampires in a whole different light.
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Review by: J.M. Perkins on Dec. 16, 2011 :
Good book. Different premise on the vampire thing. Kept me involved and guessing.
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Review by: Mia Young on Nov. 16, 2011 :
Good Read.
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