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About Linsey Hall
Before becoming a writer, Linsey was an archaeologist who studied shipwrecks in all kinds of water, from the tropics to muddy rivers (and she has a distinct preference for one over the other). After a decade of tromping around in search of old bits of stuff, she settled down to start penning her own adventure novels and is freaking delighted that people seem to like them. Since life is better with a little (or a lot of) magic, she writes urban fantasy and paranormal romance.
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I thought I could trust my memories. I was wrong. A spell has made me forget who I am. But there are two things I do know: I'm the fated mate of the first and most powerful vampire, Drakon, and I'm the Daughter of the Arcane Order.
I don't know what the Arcane Order is, but it's already led to one kidnapping attempt that I barely escaped. It’s also linked to a plot to kill hundreds of werewolves. It’s up to me to save them, but I can only do it with Drakon’s help.
To make things more complicated, Drakon has only a week before he's consumed by a curse meant to entrap his soul in granite. I’m not even sure I like him, but I do feel like our souls are pulled together. He’s enraging and sexy all at the same time, and I’m as desperate to save him as I am myself.
Suck It is the second book in the Vampire Bride trilogy. If you like kickbutt heroines, powerful heroes, humor, and enemies-to-lovers, then this is the series for you.
I can handle anyone who walks into my pub. Except him--the most powerful vampire who ever lived. The First. Dark, damaged, and hot as hell. He says I’m his one and only Vampire Bride, and that five years ago, I buried him alive.
Obviously he’s crazy, because I don’t remember any of that. All I know is that if I want to escape his vengeance, I have to help him infiltrate a deadly secret society.
I’m going to use the time to prove that I didn’t try to murder him, and that I’m not his Vampire Bride. Because if I am, he’ll be forced to kill me. But we're like colliding stars, and the heat is irresistible. As the danger thickens, I start to wonder if maybe I did kill him. Whatever happens in the end, there’s no escaping our twisted fate.
If you like kickbutt heroines, powerful heroes, humor, and enemies-to-lovers, then check out Bite Me, the first book in the Vampire Bride series.
I’m supposed to be the Alpha's mate. Screw that.
Since I was born, I was destined to be one thing—the Alpha’s Mate. It should be every girl’s dream. Not mine, though. He’s too dark and damaged, and I’ve got a secret he can never know: I’m not a true wolf.
Instead of waiting for him to figure out I’m an abomination, I left on my fifteenth birthday. But I didn’t go far. No way in hell would I let fate drive me from the town I love.
Ten years later, I’m still hiding in plain sight. When I occasionally see him on the street—deadly, sexy, powerful--I just walk by. Keep my head down.
Until that night. Wrong place, wrong time, and suddenly I’m accused of murdering someone from my old pack. And he’s there. Blaming me. I’ve got one chance to prove my innocence and find the real killer, or I'm dead by shifter law.
Fortunately, the Alpha doesn't recognize me because I'm no longer the same ugly duckling. He senses I'm special though, and he won’t stop until he figures out the truth. But when he does, I’ll be in danger from more than just the murderer.
My secret is out, and the Alpha knows what I am.
Despite ten years of secrecy, Lachlan has realized that I’m his mate. He is not pleased that I’ve been hiding from him. And the fact that I escaped from his cell? Yeah, he hates that too. It’s hardly my worst problem, though.
There’s a killer after me. Multiple killers, if our source is to be believed. As much as I want to run a hundred miles from Lachlan to avoid the mate bond, it’s too dangerous. I need his help to find the people who are after me, and there’s no way he’d let me go, anyway.
As much as I hate it, we’re going to have to team up to stop a madman. The hunt forces us together, and despite our best efforts to resist each other, it becomes harder every day. It's going to take everything I have not to fall to temptation, but I must--especially if I want to survive.
I'm a hero. And I'm locked in a cell. Fantastic.
A week ago, it took everything I had to save the werewolves from the Dark Moon curse, but I did it. Unfortunately, it left me with a nasty case of the curse myself. To make matters worse, I'm the most powerful werewolf who ever lived. And I'm apparently a goddess. As a result, I’m stuck in a cell because I’m a danger to everyone around me.
Even though I don't want to be locked up, I know it’s the best thing for everyone. If I were to get out and succumb to the curse, I would destroy us all. The only way to save myself is to find a cure and defeat the Maker, something that has proved impossible so far.
My fated mate Lachlan is determined to help me, but we're still haunted by our own curse. According to our most powerful seer, if I fall for him, I’m dead. So yeah, let's just say things are complicated.
The final book in the bestselling Wolf Queen series by Linsey Hall.
My Alpha mate and I are running out of time
In a world where magic is power, I should consider myself blessed. I'm loaded with the stuff. Except I have no control over my new magic, and no idea what I really am. All I know is that I’m running out of time before my magic tears me apart.
When a series of thefts reveals clues about my past, I must follow them. Unfortunately, the only way to save myself is to work side by side with Lachlan, the Alpha werewolf who is also my mate.
The chemistry between us is insane, but if we fall for each other, the Dark Moon curse will steal his sanity. The only problem is—we can’t seem to resist each other. It seems we're damned if we do and damned if we don't.
For centuries, my kind was thought to be extinct. It turns out that we aren’t, but I'm the only one left. I was chosen for reasons that I don't understand, and it’s up to me to save the werewolves when the Dark Moon curse strikes.
To make matters worse—or maybe better—my fated mate Lachlan has been hexed to forget me. Suddenly, I’m a stranger to him, but it could be a gift, because as soon as we fall for each other, I’m fated to die. In order to save the packs, I’m going to need Lachlan's help. We should be resisting each other—and it should be easier because he has no memory of me—but the attraction between us is irresistible. But no matter what, I can't allow myself to fall for the alpha werewolf who is my mate.
I'm going back to hell, and Hades awaits...
Two weeks ago, I escaped Hades fortress. He might not admit it, but we’re on opposite sides of a war. He wants to spread eternal darkness; I want to stop him.
To succeed, I must master my magic before it destroys me. But Hades still thinks he can seduce me to the dark side. I let him think he’s right, because he’s the only one who can teach me how to use my magic.
But this practice requires that we touch, and once we do, our connection is impossible to resist. Soon, I’m torn between my goals and Hades. If I can’t resist his darkness that calls so sweetly, we’re all doomed.
The god of hell wants me to be his queen.
I’ve screwed up. Big time. A day ago, I mistakenly released the evil Titan Chronos onto the Earth. He’s spreading devastation in his pursuit of ultimate power, and it’s all my fault.
The only way to stop him is to fulfil an ancient prophecy and unite with Hades. Problem is, Hades plans to rule in Chronos’ place, spreading the underworld to earth. He wants me to rule by his side, a dark queen to his dark king.
As much as I want Hades—I might even be growing to love him—I can’t be part of something so terrible. Underneath Hades’ dark exterior, I know there is goodness inside. My only hope is to convince him to turn to the light, because I’m afraid I can't live without him.
I work for the Order of Magica, the supernatural version of the FBI. Sounds fun, right? Except I spend my days chained to my desk, writing reports, and wishing that I was out solving crimes.
Well, be careful what you wish for.
When my best friend is abducted, my life in Chicago turns upside down.
I’ll do anything to get her back—even work with Damian Malek, a wanted criminal, notorious crime lord, and dangerous fallen angel. He’s hot, lethal, and he's the only one who can help me master my dangerous powers. I don't want anyone to know about my magic, but I have no choice if I want to save my friend.
Here's the catch: if the Order finds out that I’m working with Damian, I’ll get canned. Maybe even be hunted for what I am. But if I don’t give him what he wants, he’ll reveal my secret to the world.
An action-packed urban fantasy, Wicked Wish features a rebel heroine, a dark angel hero, and slow burn romance. Prepare yourself for edge-of-your-seat adventure amongst ancient ruins and fantastical worlds.
If you enjoyed the archaeology, history, and daring in Linsey Hall's original Dragon's Gift books, this adventure is for you!
Finally, I’ve found a place where my weirdness fits in—Guild City, a secret magical place deep in the heart of London. And it’s great… for about 2.5 seconds. Right up until the Council of Guilds discovers I’m a magical misfit with too much magic I can’t control.
When they throw me in prison, my only hope is The Devil of Darkvale. A prophecy states that the lethally sexy vampire is my Cursed Mate. Whatever that means. He’s so powerful that he can get the Council off my back, but he’ll only do it if I work for him.
I want to refuse because the attraction between us is undeniable, but I don’t have a choice. I agree on one condition—he trains me to control my magic so the Council won't toss me in a dark cell to rot. He agrees, but as we work to solve a mystery from his deadly past, it becomes a question of whether or not we’ll even survive.
People say I'm a weirdo. Sure, my idea of a party is a mini box of wine and hanging out with a feral raccoon, but it works for me.
When I’m accused of murder, things get crazy. One, I learn that I have magic. Two, there’s a secret magical city hidden right in London itself. And three, my only hope is a vampire who’s sexy as sin and scary as the devil himself. He's called the Devil of Darkvale, and he all but owns Guild City.
Some say I should just quit and turn myself in. Not a chance. I’m going to solve this murder myself, which means surviving in a new world of witch parties, magical guilds, and a sexy vampire with a tortured past. I should avoid him, but if I want to save my own life, he’s my only hope.