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Bad Elements: Crystal Dragon

by Lynn Mullican

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Abducted and forced to fight to save her son she doesn't remember, Crystal Bouchard is in an underground cell. She was told to kill or be killed. Nickname The Dragon, she shows no mercy for her opponents where she fight humans among vampires and werewolves. After years of fighting and the horror of blood and death, she slowly remembers bits and pieces of her former life and what happened to her husband and friend...........

Lynn Mullican kept me spellbound as I cheered and cried with Crystal. After her escape, she is taken again and told to fight or die, and she does what she has to do in order to get her son. Book one kept me rapidly reading and can't wait to read the rest! ( )
  Linda.Bass | Jul 28, 2015 |
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Dedicated to my family - my husband Pat; my children Cassandra, Bridget and Joe; my mother Martha and my stepfather Rich. You all have been an inspiration. Thank you for everything!
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Crystal Bouchard awakens imprisoned in an underground cell with no recollection of how she got there and with no memory of her prior existence. Held against her will, her captors threaten to kill her son unless she fights to the death in the underground fighting circuit. Nicknamed "The Dragon," she spends the next several years among werewolves and vampires. 

During the course of searching for her son, she slowly begins to recollect her prior existence before her imprisonment, pushing her deeper within the fighting circuit, exposing even more horrendous secrets than she had known.
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