Ubyr, Rachel's Heartache [NOOK Book]

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Rachel Sullivan is the best witch she knows. Her family and friends always come to her when they need something done. Everyone expects so much from her and it is all becoming too much for her seventeen year old mind to handle. Rachel’s twin brother was born the night before and she always celebrates her birth on his day and not her own. This year she was hoping it would be different but it is not. Her day starts with her mother wishing her happy birthday a day early. Her twin then rubs her up the wrong way and ...

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Rachel Sullivan is the best witch she knows. Her family and friends always come to her when they need something done. Everyone expects so much from her and it is all becoming too much for her seventeen year old mind to handle. Rachel’s twin brother was born the night before and she always celebrates her birth on his day and not her own. This year she was hoping it would be different but it is not. Her day starts with her mother wishing her happy birthday a day early. Her twin then rubs her up the wrong way and Rachel simply cannot take it anymore. With the use of her superior witchcraft she sends her brother through two walls injuring him only a little, nothing magic cannot fix. Rachel’s mother throws her out of the house. She has nowhere to go and wants to be alone. After teleporting to the only place to come into her mind Rachel discovers magic that no one thought was possible.

She spends the night happy and alone in a hotel room that she teleported into Rachel sets about the start of new quiet life on her seventeenth birthday. Her plans are come undone when she discovers an enemy from her best friend and crush Ryan Krazer’s home planet. What is Rachel to do? She is in a room illegally and a dangerous tortutain is working behind the front desk. The tortutain and his bossy sister are not what they seem. Both become friends and give Rachel permission to live in the hotel for free. However it is not long before her twin and friends discover where she is. Rachel decides to take off again. She teleports to America to the house of another friend and Earth Protector Sandy.

Nothing Rachel does to ease the pressure and pain she faces everyday will work. More trouble falls on her in bucket loads. More new mysteries wait to be solved. Another witch is discovered who shows all the same signs of death as Dennis, only like Dennis this witch is not dead. Dragons are stopping them from Teleporting and trying to devour Ryan. Is Ryan’s tortutain brother gaining strength to make another attempt at word domination or is there a new enemy that is stronger and more deceiving. Rachel is the strongest witch in her family. She is the most powerful witch that she knows but she cannot escape the teenage life she lives. Her best friend needs her help and support for all her problems. Her mother will not have her back so she needs to get an after school job to live. Ryan will not get out of her mind no matter how hard she tries. With all the problems of a regular teenager and that of a witch how will Rachel cope when the battle heats up bigger than ever before?

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044694385
  • Publisher: Andrew James
  • Publication date: 6/21/2012
  • Series: Ubyr , #2
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 616,756
  • File size: 245 KB

Meet the Author

Andrew James is a pseudonym for the Ubyr books. The Author herby known as Andrew James, was born in the Western Suburbs of Sydney Australia. After working in various management and analysis roles in Sydney, Andrew is now studying for a more fulfilling career (than management) as a teacher. He aims to one day teach those, where English is a Second Language and French to whomever wants to learn. When Andrew is not studying, being passionate about his books, and cleaning the house, he is watching whatever code of football he can, either on the television or at the ground with his beautiful wife.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 14, 2012

    I quite enjoyed this book. It was a better read than the first U

    I quite enjoyed this book. It was a better read than the first Ubyr

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