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A Note From Lynsay

Hello again! Over the last few weeks I heard from some of you who were concerned you'd missed this month's newsletter. Well, don't worry... this is the August newsletter. We wanted it to be as close to the end of the month as possible because the next newsletter will come out September 30th, the day The Rogue Hunter is released... read on

Upcoming Releases

September 30 2008: The new release of The Rogue Hunter, the 10th book to be released in the Argeneau series is scheduled for the end of September. This book is about Garrett Mortimer and the other Council Enforcers saddled with the task of protecting mankind from those gone rogue. Mortimer meets his match in Samantha, a clumsy, sharp tongued lawyer who turns all his preconceived ideas upside down! While Mortimer isn't an Argeneau, Argeneaus are present and will be leads again in future stories... read on

January 27 2009: We are very excited to announce that Devil of the Highlands is scheduled to be released this coming January 2009! Due to a change in publishers, it has been a while since the last historical came out, so we hope that all you historical romance fans get a front row seat and enjoy this romantic roller coaster! It was a lot of fun to write so I hope you have just as much fun reading it.

March 31 2009: As I mentioned, The Immortal Hunter, the 11th book in the Argeneaus has a publishing date!! Yay! Also as I mentioned, it's about Martine's son Decker Argeneau Pimms. He's a sweetie and his Dani is a doll, so I hope yo enjoy their story. But wait till you read the secrets coming out in this one! Jeez!! They even took me by surprise. ;-)

This Month's Contest

August Argeneau Contest: The prize for this month's contest is a signed copy of an arc of The Rogue Hunter. Good luck to you all!

1) Donny Avries, Leigh's friend, made an appearance in which book?
2) Gregory Hewitt was kidnapped by Marguerite for several days. Why didn't anyone report him missing?
3) What is Greg and Lissianna's baby's name?
4) Which main character is a colleague and friend to Chris Keyes?
5) Which Argeneau would be considered the stereotypical 90’s California surfer dude by some?
6) This mortal character has appeared in more than one Argeneau book, loves to cook and his/her name is a misnomer.
7) Ellen Black went by another name in Port Henry. What was her nickname?
8) Which Argeneau was considered to be as mean as a rattlesnake?
9) Bastien forgot to tell his Vice President of UK operations something when he/she was promoted, which created a lot of problems for Thomas in Vampires Are Forever. What did Bastien neglect to tell him/her?
10) Jean Claude found his second life mate and lived happily with her for a few years in the late 14th century until someone murdered her. Who beheaded Jean Claude's life mate and why?
11) Which Argeneau writes romances?
12) What are the names of the 2 enforcers that helped Lucian in Bite Me If You Can?
13) What kind of car does Marguerite normally drive?
14) Name one character from the Argeneau series that is a professional musician.
15) Who accidentally turned himself/herself into an immortal?
16) Name Port Henry's police officer.
17) Victor Argeneau is an enforcer for the North American council. Name the partner he normally works with.
18) Who was the immoral immortal that seduced and humiliated Jackie when she was a teenager?
19) Which Argeneau scared off Bastien's housekeeper in Tall, Dark & Hungry?
20) Name the only known immortal to have had a 3 on 1 performed on him/her and survived?

Please send your entries to by midnight, Sept 05 2008 to qualify for the draw!

Single, White Vampire Crossword Solutions

This is the solution to last month's crossword featuring Single, White Vampire. View solutions

Tall, Dark & Hungry Crossword

This crossword is based on Tall, Dark & Hungry. It's about Bastien, the man behind Argeneau Industries and Terri, Kate's best friend and maid of honor. Good luck and we hope you enjoy it ! View crossword

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