Nebraska Authors

Chloe Neill

Born 1975 AR (USA)

Chloe Neill is an American author of paranormal romance and urban fantasy.

Places Lived

Lincoln, NE
Omaha, NE

Author Of

  • Fiction

Keywords

Fiction; Gothic; Vampires

Education

University of Nebraska Law School

Occupation

Lawyer

Places Worked

Omaha Law Firm

Associations

Romance Writers of America

Bibliography

Chicagoland Vampires series:
Some Girls Bite. 2009.
Friday Night Bites.2009.
Bitten. 2010.
Hard Bitten. 2011.
Drink Deep. 2011.
Biting Cold. 2012.
House Rules. 2013.
Biting Bad. 2013.
Wild Things. 2014.
Blood Games. 2014.
Dark Debt. 2015.
Midnight Marked. 2016.
Blade Bound. 2017.

Novels of the Dark Elite series:
Firespell. 2010.
Hexbound. 2011.
Charmfall. 2012.

Novellas:
High Stakes. 2013. (Kicking It anthology)
Howling For You. 2014. (eBook)
Lucky Break. 2015. (eBook)
Phantom Kiss. 2017. (eBook)

Devil's Isle Series:
The Veil. 2015.
The Sight. 2016.
The Hunt. 2017.

Heirs of Chicagoland series:
Wild Hunger. 2018.
Wicked Hour. 2019.

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