Night, the Series


Welcome one and all to Carnival Diabolique- or what I affectionately like to call, the carnival of the damned. My name is Pandora, and though my face might not look familiar to you, you do know me. I'm a Nephilim. What does that mean? I'm half demon, what's my other name? Lust. I'm the dark craving that drives you mad, makes you want, makes you reckless and stupid. I'm the drug you'll do anything to get your hands on. But I'm not all bad. 

I fight for light, for goodness and truth. I love my job, killing vampires and werewolves, zombies, and freaks... it's what makes me happy. But people are starting to disappear and lately I've felt a dark presence lurking around me. I think it might be a death priest and that's really bad. There isn't much a demon like me fears, but I fear them. This should have been easy, me killing the fanged freaks, getting rid of my pesky priest problem, but I'm about to be betrayed by the one person I thought I could trust with my life and before the night is through I'll be covered in crimson...


BUY LINKS: Smashwords


Secrets and truths, lies and deception… which is which? That’s what Pandora’s trying to figure out. Ever since the death of her best, and probably only friend by her own hands, she’s not sure who to trust anymore. The Priest is dead. The Gray Man is… she’s not even sure what. Luc, well, Luc is Luc.

The Order has sent her deep into the heart of Mexico to investigate a potential zombie uprising. She arrives at the start of the Dia de los Muertos festival—a celebration for the dead and immediately things don’t feel right to her. For one, bodies (the living kind) keep disappearing. They’re not being kidnapped, no, if only things were that simple. Literally there one second, gone the next, she’s not sure what to make of it. On top of that mum’s are floating all over the place. Is that merely symbolism associated with the festival, or is it a clue of something far more sinister?

In this explosive sequel to the USA Today Bestselling, Crimson Night, an old ally returns and a shocking truth is revealed. One that will turn her investigation into The Order’s duplicity on its head and make Pandora question everything she ever thought she knew… 

BUY LINKS: Smashwords

The Priest was back. Her home was safe. And Pandora had even managed to secure a powerful ally in the Zombie Queen. But in one fell swoop none of it mattered. She’s been abducted by a secret organization known only as the Triad, and they’re conducting experiments, treating her like a lab rat: cutting her open, dissecting her, and keeping her hostage. And she’s slowly going mad. Her demons are asleep, and no one knows where to find her. She’s completely isolated, and the Triad mean to break her. But for what purpose? And to what end?

Desperate to get back to her life and the people she loves Pandora manages a miraculous escape... Or has she? All she knows is she's woken up in the woods, alone and terrified and with no memories of who she really is.

Only one thought keeps hammering away at her. The prophecy. A legend, that states Pandora is the key to unlocking Armageddon. The truth of who she is, of what the Triad has made her become, has been sealed in her memory banks. And if she can just remember, she knows she can stop whatever they've got planned.

"And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him..."

From NY Times & USA Today bestselling author Marie Hall comes the third installment in the dark and riveting Night Series.

BUY LINKS: Smashwords


Pandora has been through hell and back. Literally. She’s been kidnapped and tortured, found freedom, and then lost it all over again. She’s now the newest pawn in the age-old war between Heaven and Hell. The Triad owns her mark, Asher owns her heart, but the demon Wrath might just own her soul. 

Death—aka Dean—is her constant companion in these final days. She knows she can’t afford to trust anyone, and yet, she can’t afford not to. Armageddon breathes down her neck. Her only hope at redemption might just lie in the hands of her one-time lover now turned comatose enemy, Luc. Asher believes her a traitor to her people. Bubba and Vyxen are out for her blood. Friends are enemies and enemies might just be friends. Her only chance at walking away from this alive is figuring out who is who before it’s too late and she’s transformed into the creature of legend. The creature destined to bring about the end of all mankind, the Scarlet Woman. 

Red Rain is the final and epic conclusion to the bestselling Night Series. 


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22 comments:

Carrie G said...

Just finished crimson night and left a review on good reads. This is the first book I have read by Marie hall and it was fabulous!! Looking forward to reading more❇

Marie Hall said...

Thank you so much, very glad you enjoyed it! :D

Kerri said...

Any release date for Howler's Night?

Marie Hall said...

My editor just told me today that it'll be an end of the month release. I won't know exact dates until she gets the edits back to me for sure, but I'm thinking final week of August at this point. It could still change, which is why I haven't posted a hard and fast date yet. I'll know more once I get close to finishing the book. :)

Carrie Ray said...

I was at work today thinking that I needed a date with Pandora and wondered about the new book. Looks like I'll have to settle for reading the first two again.

Marie Hall said...

lol, well the book is over half way done now, so that's a good thing, right? :)

Dionne Gardner said...

I really enjoyed your Night series. I can not wait til Book 3 comes out. I finished them both in 2 nights. On to another of your series til it gets here.

Marie Hall said...

Thank you so much! So glad you've enjoyed them. :D I'm hard at work on Book 3 and expect it to be finished and ready for edits by as early as next week! The book is flying off my fingers, which always tends to happen when I write her story. :p

Happy reading!

Trish Dixon said...

this series is amazing u are such a fantastic writer, can not wait for howlers night to arrive xx

Marie Hall said...

Thank you so much! :D So glad you've enjoyed the books. :D

Michelle Swart said...

I stumbled across your book, Crimson night when I bought Magic After Dark Boxed Set.. I loved the book and just bought the second book. I will keep up and hope to buy the third as soon as it is released!

Marie Hall said...

Thank you! Howler actually comes out very soon, next month in fact. :D If you'd like to know the exact date then make sure to either check back here or subscribe to my newsletter. :)

Very glad you enjoyed the book.

Susan Brown said...

I came upon the Night Series by getting the 1st book free and now I'm addicted. I finished Howler and can't wait for the next one. Keep up the good work. To keep myself busy I've now started on the Kingdom Series. My life has been ruined as I can no longer put your books down lol xx

Marie Hall said...

Thank you so much, Susan, glad you enjoyed it! :)

scott said...

When is book four coming? Damn good read!

Marie Hall said...

Thanks, Scott, glad you've enjoyed them. Red Rain comes out the final week of December. You can either check back here for updates, or sign up for my newsletter. Either or for actual release dates. :)

sophiatapia said...

Loved it best series I read in a while. Can't wait for book four.

Audra Zimmel said...

Someone help me!! I fell in love with crimson night and desperately want to buy the rest of the series. But there not at Barnes and Noble (store or nook) nor do they seam to be at amazon. Someone please tell me where I can buy them because I'm hooked and need to finish this amazing swries.

Marie Hall said...

Hi Audra, the only place you can find them right now is on Smashwords. And those will be coming down soon. I'll be making an announcement as to why in a few days on my newsletter. So if you haven't signed up, please do so that you can see what's going on.

Both AHN and HN can be found here:

https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/414382

Marie said...

i absolutely adore the Kingdom Series!!!! Can't wait for the next book..Curious?? will they continue to be available on Kindle, bummed i can't get the night series, they were next on my read list.:( Will that change?

Thank You for writing despite all thats happened:)

Tiffany Rodie said...

The link for Barnes and Noble is not working, and I'd like to get Howler's Night on my Nook. I keep looking for it but can't find it :( any suggestions?

Sherri said...

I just finished the final book in the Night Series. I LOVED IT!!! I'm a new reader of your books, but the Night Series has made me a die-hard fan of yours under any name! "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet!
I am looking forward to reading more of your work, and will tell my " reader " friends about your work! Thank you for the Night "ride"! I am looking forward to the next one with fierce anticipation!