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By Luna Lindsey | Comments: ( 749 ) | Date: ( May 31, 2020 )

Some fantasies start with a horror story.Before Sandy Windham became a faerie hunter, she started life as a lonely history major piled up to her elbows in books, facts, and the names of dead kings She s the least likely person to believe in faeries.That s why she s caught the eye of Haun, a wicked faerie who s been put to an interesting challenge Get a banal girl to marSome fantasies start with a horror story.Before Sandy Windham became a faerie hunter, she started life as a lonely history major piled up to her elbows in books, facts, and the names of dead kings She s the least likely person to believe in faeries.That s why she s caught the eye of Haun, a wicked faerie who s been put to an interesting challenge Get a banal girl to marry him.At first Sandy is delighted to receive so many luxurious gifts from a secret admirer All she has to do is play his silly little games It s flattering and fun, and she hopes to one day meet this mysterious romantic.Before long the seduction turns chilling and Sandy wants the game to stop By then it s too late She and her friend Jina are ensnared in a web of illusions they may never be able to escape.Once upon a time, fairytales were scary Now they are again Make Willing the Prey is a horror novella, the prequel to Emerald City Dreamer It will startle you into believing in faeries.


  • Title: Make Willing the Prey
  • Author: Luna Lindsey
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 135
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Luna Lindsey

Luna Lindsey lives in Seattle, WA and writes about fiction and nonfiction on topics of interest to her, including psychology, mind control, Mormonism, culture, and autism Her first story about a hippopotamus crawled out of her head at the early age of 4 After running out of things to say about hippopotami, she switched to sci fi, fantasy, and horror She also became an accidental expert on mind control, computers, and faeries She began writing full time in 2010 and has been published in the Journal of Unlikely Entomology, in the Penumbra eMag as the January 2013 Rising Talent, and in Crossed Genres as the August 2013 New Author Spotlight Her novels include Emerald City Dreamer, about faeries in Seattle and the women who hunt them And her nonfiction book, Recovering Agency Lifting the Veil of Mormon Mind Control is pretty much about what it sounds like it is.Emerald City DreamerMake Willing the PreyGuardian at the Gate



Comments Make Willing the Prey

  • Mary Grace

    This book was a complete surprise! The first time that Lindsey introduced me to her book I was delighted and intrigued. I love anything magical, and this book has become one of my great novella reads for this year. :) Great book to end my week.The idea of a fae to convince a human to marry him out of a bet was genius. If you read the first part of the book, it starts slow but after reading 10 pages or more you will instantly get hooked. The second thing I love about the book is the rhymes. I am [...]


  • Purr More

    Rating = 2 (It was okay)This book took me much longer than it should have to read. I kept picking it up and putting it down. I just wasn’t finding much to pull me from one page to the next. The characters seemed flat to me and the plotting was a little slow until they got into Haun’s house. I was also frustrated with some of Sandy and Jina’s behaviors that didn’t make sense to me. One was the whole secret admirer thing. Haun’s version of wooing isn’t quite what you might expect. It s [...]


  • Flasher702

    I got off to a bit of a slow start feeling like my introduction to Lindsey's fae-universe was a bit fast and jolting with a hint of childish immaturity. About 20% of the way through I realized I was hooked and finished the book on the plane last night (kindle for android). The richly imagined, reality-bending home of S.A. had me rushing through the pages to see what would happen next as the surreal surroundings entranced me just as S.A. seeks to entrance his prey. A sequel is hinted at and I can [...]


  • J.C. Hart

    I picked up and put down this book multiple times, sure that I wouldn't finish reading it. It's not very well written and I felt that the characters were inconsistent in their actions and thoughts. But, I did finish it! I wanted to know how it all panned out so in the end, kept reading.


  • Danielle

    Review to come


  • Kelly H. (Maybedog)

    The second book is supposed to be much better but I have to read this one first.


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