Foul is Fair

Rated 4.25/5 based on 4 reviews
Sam is a witch in hiding, a pariah of the Community. When a high profile client is threatened with having his vampirism exposed, she couldn’t care less. Forced to take action she draws the attention of a witch-hunter. While protecting her client’s secret identity she also has to fight her attraction to the pyromaniac hunter like a suicidal moth. An urban fantasy short story with British spelling More
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About Chantal Halpin

Chantal Halpin lives in the South West of England.

She mostly writes Urban Fantasy and loves anything in the Paranormal genre. If it has fangs, can shift into an animal or uses magic then it is pretty cool by her.

Radically, she has been known to write the odd normal romance too. *Whatever ‘normal’ is.

*Shameless quote from Quadrophenia

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Mary Henry reviewed on on Aug. 31, 2012

Chantal Halpin has smashed it!! We want more (come on, chant with me!) we want more WE WANT MORE WE WANT MORE!!!
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Laurel C Kriegler reviewed on on Aug. 31, 2012

I really enjoyed this piece of writing. There are some great turns of phrase in here, and the writing is vivid, drawing the reader in. My favourite sentence was: 'My hearing was grateful.' - gave me a good chuckle. Sam certainly had a fabulous sense of humour. I look forward to reading more.
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Wiggiemomsi reviewed on on Aug. 30, 2012

I may not know the correct "buzz words" to critique an author's writing, but by golly, I know when I like something. I really enjoyed this little story; the characterizations, light plot, and good intro to an interesting heroine. Hope the author is busy writing more! :O)
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lupita beltran reviewed on on Aug. 30, 2012
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Loved it now that I've had a taste i want to read a whole book on the spirited heroin!
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Gayle Ramage reviewed on on Aug. 22, 2012

Politicians who are more than they appear to be, sneaky tabloid journalists, and a sexy latino witch-hunter are just some of the people Sam, a London-based witch, encounters in this fun little story.

Written in first-person, the character of Sam, who narrates the story, has a unique voice. She's quite the witty lass!

I'm really hoping Haplin writes more Sam stories in the future.
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