The Lightning Luminary
by R.S. McCoy
Genre: Paranormal Romance/Urban Fantasy
Release date: April 26th 2016
Summary from Goodreads:
Talia Stanley may look like the typical wealthy New Yorker, but she’s hidden her secrets for more than a thousand years. One of the last surviving members of an ancient race called Luminaries, Talia has suppressed her ability to control lightning in exchange for safety.
And for generations it worked. Talia’s hermit lifestyle protected her from strong Luminaries that want her power. All that changed the day Mason Rathbone walked into her life.
A good-looking artist, Mason is just the guy to get Talia out of her penthouse apartment and show her what it means to live again. But just as she starts to get comfortable, Talia gets sucked right back into her vicious past.
A new paranormal romance novel by RS McCoy, author of the Sparks Saga.
Top Ten Reasons To Read The Lightning Luminary
A sweet romance with just a bit of heat
A man who can leap through shadow
Bruce the Land Manatee
Book boyfriends that are NOT ripped, rich, or supernaturally talented
A girl who loves the moon
Greek gods and mythology in modern times
Meet the folks that inspired Hades, Medusa, Hermes, Zeus, and more
A leading lady who can save her own damn self
An omigosh ending
About the Author
Rachel McCoy is a Texan living in New Jersey. Between binge watching MTV reality shows and baking gluten free treats, she writes paranormal fantasy and science fiction novels. She is the self-published author of the Sparks Saga trilogy as well as numerous short stories, some of which now reside in anthologies. Back when she lived in the real world, Rachel earned a degree in marine biology, which contributed to her die-hard love of manta rays.
To connect with RS McCoy (or swap recipes), visit her on her website (www.rsmccoyauthor.com) or check out her Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/AuthorRSMcCoy). You can also join her newsletter to receive release updates, free stories, and bonus extras (http://eepurl.com/YItp1)
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