Neill, Chloe

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The Bright and Breaking Sea

Neill’s (“Chicagoland Vampires” series) newest series start is a fantastical sea journey, filled with conflict on multiple levels. Entertaining for its fun, fast-paced action, political drama, and slow-burn romance. [See Prepub Alert, 4/29/20.]

Wild Hunger

Fans of Neill's "Chicagoland Vampires" series will rejoice to see the next generation in their own spin-off. Featuring her trademark snarky characters and colorful backgrounds, this is a fun and action-packed urban fantasy launch.

The Hunt

This third volume in Neill's Southern urban fantasy series (after The Sight) plunges readers into the aftermath of the Paranormal War and those caught among warring factions. Liam and Claire's romance offers a charming counterbalance to the fast-paced action that will entertain urban fantasy fans.

Blade Bound

With loose ends neatly tied up, this final installment (after Midnight Marked) of Neill's consistently strong urban fantasy series will happily satisfy its many followers. [See Prepub Alert, 10/31/16.]

The Sight

Neill's sequel to The Veil continues to prove her adept at worldbuilding and nonstop action. Claire's honesty and straightforward attitude make her a great character for a harrowing time.

Midnight Marked

Neill (Dark Debt) keeps the series fresh with its fast pace and modern heroine. Merit shines with a sharp mind and strength that will appeal to fans of Ilona Andrews's "Kate Daniels" and Faith Hunter's "Jane Yellowrock" urban fantasies.

The Veil

Neill's Big Easy is a dangerous place—still recognizably NOLA yet ravaged by war. The occult conflict of a breach between our world and the faerie realm has been done before; however, for readers who enjoy romantic urban fantasy, this is a promising start from the author of the "Chicagoland Vampires" books.

Dark Debt

This consistently enjoyable series finds ways to keep a romantic relationship intriguing even after the will-they-won't-they phase is over, and Merit's female friendships continue to be an important part of the books. The political maneuvering among the various vampire houses is another aspect that Neill has kept percolating, even 11 books in (after 2014's Blood Games).

Blood Games

A killer is on the loose on the streets of Chicago, leaving magical souvenirs on his victims...

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