Reaping the Harvest

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Never stop when you hear someone scream. At least, that's the advice Rhychard Bartlett should have heeded when he heard that blood stopping screech on his way home from work. Now he has been drafted as a Warrior of the Way and tossed into the battle between the Seelie and the Unseelie. And he didn't even believe in faeries! More

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About Robbie Cox

Robbie started writing as a way to escape - escape his teachers, escape his fears, even to escape his insecurities and doubts. However, his stories of seduction and adventure, not only allowed him to hide in the lives of his characters, but also captivated those who wanted to escape with him. Now, he enjoys a full-time career as a storyteller and novelist and invites readers to run away with him- to escape, getting lost in the seduction of adventure.

When he is not writing, Robbie can be found on his back porch enjoying a cigar, a scotch, and a good story. He derives pleasure from his large family and his crazy group of friends who provide the inspiration for his blog The Mess that Is Me.

He is the author of the Urban Fantasy series, The Warrior of the Way, along with the paranormal series, The Witches of Savannah. His Contemporary Romance series includes The Rutherford Series, The Harper Twins, and the Fangirls series.

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Review by: Stewart Bint on June 22, 2013 :
So now we know we're in safe hands....we mere mortals are watched over by a race of warriors battling the bad guys.

I loved the opening sequence -- Robbie Cox doesn't pull any punches right from the off, where our hero faces up to the Big-Daddy of demons in the first paragraph. Talk about grabbing the readers' attention: mine was grabbed and held from start to finish.

The relationship between the mortal who finds himself fighting with the good guys, and his mystical helpers Tryna and Kree, is explored with finesse and humour.

And that humour is skilfully interspersed with drama and well-described battles, including the final battle that takes up the whole of the last chapter, and indeed gives us an unexpected conclusion.
(reviewed 27 days after purchase)
Review by: Katie Weisenberger on March 1, 2013 :
This is a great book! It is hard to put down. I highly recommend this book, even if you don't normally read this genre. You won't be disappointed.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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