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Kat Duarte

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Chicago, IL, The United States
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July 2008


Katharine Duarte is a gypsy at heart, a romantic by nature, and lover of all things otherworldly. The first time she saw “Frankenstein” with Boris Karloff, she cried when the monster died. Is it any wonder she writes stories that feature heroes with preternatural powers and heroines who see past their rough exteriors and into their hearts?

Kat studied Art in Europe, then traveled the British Isles before returning to the States. She’s a Chicago girl, born and raised. No matter where her explorations lead, her heart remains in the Windy City.
Most of her story ideas come to mind late at night after being walked by her dog, Rosie. Gondor, her cat, helps iron out the plots but he prefers to stay curled up inside their book-filled, ivy covered co
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Average rating: 4.53 · 15 ratings · 5 reviews · 3 distinct works
Rise of the Wolf

4.50 avg rating — 10 ratings — published 2008 — 2 editions
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Goldie and the Three Bares

4.67 avg rating — 3 ratings — published 2009 — 3 editions
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Angel Gets Her Wings

4.50 avg rating — 2 ratings — published 2008
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Rise of the Wolf (Romance)
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Description: This doesn't really fit into any one category. It's about werewolves and vampires; it has a lot of humor and a good measure of steamy romance.
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Happy Ever After by Nora Roberts
"Happy Ever After/ The Bride Quartet is a toast to lifelong friends, to making memories, to celebrating moments, and to first and final loves.

Happy Ever After is likely my favorite novel of the series. Like the other novels in the series, the frien..." Read more of this review »
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Soulless by Gail Carriger
"Here is a most edifying (and highly scientific) quiz you may use to ascertain whether this novel is one that you will enjoy.

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I have to confess that one of the reasons I read this book is because of the movie version in which Viggo Mortensen starred, which I still haven't seen yet. It helped to visualize Mortensen as the main character as I was reading, especially since thi ...more
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Oscar Wilde
“The truth is rarely pure and never simple.”
Oscar Wilde, The Importance of Being Earnest

“The script sits in front of you. The writer’s translated into ink what is in his spirit and his soul and his mind. Bum. [Thumps table.] I come along, I pick it up, and the ink goes into my eyes, into my mind, into my body, flows around and that part starts to inhabit me. And I know a good part when I see one.”
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