In a world of darkness, she is his light.
In a city where corruption knows no bounds, Luminescence has found hers. On a stormy, moonless night, her powers fail her and she finds herself at the mercy of Scythe, a man as dangerous as the blade he carries. Scythe’s reputation for evil is legend, but the punishment he brings has nothing to do with pain and everything to do with pleasure. It’s a wicked and sexy night that shakes Luminescence to her core. When Scythe warns her to stay out of his territory, she knows she should heed him – at least until her powers are at full strength.
Yet corruption spreads when no light is shed upon it. Luminescence is soon drawn back into the darkness. Scythe cuts a path straight to her, but even at low power, the gorgeous do-gooder proves to be his weakness. Passion blurs the line between justice and vengeance, but allegiances are hard to break. What will win out in the end? Good, evil, or their love?
Warning: Pow! In the clash of good versus evil, villains don’t play nicely. Bam! When captured, superheroines often get tied up. Kablooie! Hot sex may cause mayhem with your e-reader.
|Publisher:||Tiger Eye Productions, L.L.C.|
|File size:||340 KB|
About the Author
When taking the Myers-Briggs personality test in high school, Kimberly was rated as an INFJ (Introverted-Intuitive-Feeling-Judging). This result sent her into a panic, because there were no career paths recommended for the type. Fortunately, it turned out to be well-suited to a writing career. Since receiving that dismal outlook, Kimberly has become an award-winning author of romance and erotica. She has written for seven publishing houses, both domestic and international, and has recently focused her efforts on the exciting world of self-publishing. When not writing, she enjoys movies, sports, traveling, music, and sunshine. In her mind, a beach, some rock 'n' roll, and a good book make for a perfect day.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Blade of Moonlight is a fun, sexy superhero romance. Luna and Scythe are interesting characters. I just wish the book had been longer than 170 pages; there was a lot more room to develop this world and these characters.