Clann Doone: Digital Boxed Set

by Cyn Hadyn

Rebel Ink Press

November 21, 2015

Available in: e-Book

Clann Doone: Digital Boxed Set
by Cyn Hadyn

Clann means family and what a family it is. I am pleased to
introduce the family of Clan Doone. Laird Ranald Somerled
Doone is a Finfolk, which is a seal shifter with mage
powers. His wife, Adora Argento, was a former Queen of
Sirens from the Isle of Capri, and their children, Auric and
Aurelia have inherited a combination of their powers.

The Doone-Argento family serve Poseidon, the God of the
Seven Seas, and it is as his agents they seek to punish any
mortal who dares harm his realm by polluting it, or using it
to transport drugs, weapons, or human slaves.
Poseidon has a host of agents who serve him. In fact, the original
SEAL team was his idea. He prefers to field agents who have
the ability to maneuver on water as well as land. He also
has the air covered by a contingent of Blue dragons.
Poseidon runs a tight ship and his agents can expect him to
pop in to their lives at any time. Usually at the most
inconvenient time, especially if there is spumoni ice cream
anywhere on the premises or if there is a hint of
fraternization between his agents. Poseidon’s cardinal
rule is no hanky-panky between agents unless they are
married. You’ll have to ask Aurelia how she and her
partner Bard, a Norwegian dolphin, managed to bend that
rule.

Come meet Aurelia, who has her mother’s
mermaid/siren genes as well as her father’s Finfolk
seal-shifter, healer genes. Her brothe, Auric, started life
as a siren or merman, but a mortal blow sends him to the
Fade to return as a day-walking vampire with new abilities.
Some kick-ass, and some totally unexpected, as in a former
Navy SEAL as a life mate.

You will also meet Emrys Pendragon, King of the Blue wyvern. Emrys is new to his persona of dragon, and if he survives the attempt to unseat him from his throne, he just might make a good ruler.

All families grow with each new member, and Clann Doone is no exception. Come, open a book and meet them.

This digital boxed set includes:
Aurelia (originally published May 2010 in eBook format)
Auric (originally published August 2012 in eBook format)
Clann Doone (originally published June 2013 in eBook format)
Hearts Asunder (originally published May 2015 in eBook and tade paperback)



Cyn Hadyn's Bio

Cyn Hadyn, a career historian with Hungarian/Viking nomadic roots, goes balmy in Florida and has delusions of writing. How’s that for a current biography? Yeah, sounds silly but it’s true. I’m a transplanted Yankee living way south of the Mason-Dixon Line and enjoying the feeling of thin blood, sand, sun, and palm trees. I’ve sworn off snow, bare trees, brown grass, and real Italian food. Uh, not so much the Italian food. Still would sacrifice a small digit for authentic Italian cuisine a la Philly, Trenton, or New York.

Before settling down to write full time in the land of ’bless your heart, and y’all’, I was a Special Operations (US Army and US Marines) military historian/archivist. Now I collect a retirement check and write paranormal/historical romance. I guess my service with Army and Marine Special Operations left an indelible impression on my writing, because my characters, both male and female, are distinctly Spec Ops in their outlook. They leave no man behind, color outside the lines, and are very, very lethal. If you Google Cyn Hadyn, you’ll find my books range from paranormal to historical. I’ve also pushed the envelope a little by including Erotica and BDSM. Which brings me to my latest book, OFF TRACK, published by Decadent Publishing under the pseudonym C. L. Hadyn.

Another book about to appear under the name Cyn Hadyn is NULL SANCTION, published in eBook format by Rebel Ink. NULL SANCTION is a paranormal romance that gives a nod to my Hungarian roots. Although I haven’t included any distantly related vampires, there are one or two werewolves you might find interesting.

If you have a taste for the paranormal or historical romance, I would love to hear from you via Facebook.com/Cyn Hadyn or cynhadyn.com.