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Something is wrong with Kit's boyfriend, really wrong. Kit knows he's under a curse, but no one seems to believe her or want to help her--except Fain, the vampire with ulterior motives.
Seabingen Book Two. Sequel to SEEING THINGS. More

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Words: 81,130
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465726056
About Kater Cheek

Kater Cheek is a graduate of Clarion San Diego, class of 2007.
Kater has sold work to Weird Tales, and Fantasy Magazine among others. Her short story “Voice Like a Cello” was chosen for the Locus Recommended Reading list for 2009. She has contributions in The Living Dead and Last Drink Bird Head.
Kater is also an artist with more than twenty years of experience, primarily in sculptural and utilitarian art. When not writing, she throws pots, binds books, and plays with molten glass. She has folk danced professionally, taught English in Japan for two years, and spent five months backpacking alone through Europe. She has learned six languages and forgotten four of them. Her garden kicks ass.
To read her reviews and blog about the writing life, visit For a more detailed resume and portfolio, see her artblog: For a hilarious and inappropriate comic about chickens, see her webcomic:

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Review by: Gail McFarland on Aug. 05, 2011 :
Seabingen is still the place to be! Looking forward to the next tale in Kit's life.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Jenni M on July 01, 2011 :
Deliciously entertaining and fun. I can't wait for the next one!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Aprile on June 26, 2011 :
As the 2nd book and a continuce to "Seeing Things" I loved every bit of it. Kit was tried and faced with more challenges than she would ever dream. Rising to face everything thrown her way, she learned some hard lessons by not thinking how her gut instinct answers would have her beholden to others as well as learning that no matter how hard she tried, sometimes it just wasn't enough. That's not to say this is a sad book - it's far from that - full of surprise & unbelieveable adventure. At this point I really really want to read the final book of this awesome trilogy
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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