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"A GEM OF A STORY" ~ Kirkus Reviews


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A passion-and angst-charged story about a woman caught between a secure relationship and a once-in-a-lifetime spark with her muse.


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My Hot Summer Fling…Just Became My Student


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Running from her past leaves her standing in her future…


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A Christmas bargain…
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When Riley Hunt—a beautiful, smart, popular student at Easton College in Manhattan—is brutally murdered, it becomes a big story for TV newswoman Clare Carlson.


How to Date a Fury by Luna Joya

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Also by Luna Joya:

Wicked Match, November 2022
Hardcover
How to Date a Fury, September 2022
e-Book
Wicked Crown, July 2022
Paperback / e-Book
Flash Point, July 2021
e-Book

How to Date a Fury
Luna Joya

Syn City Shifters, #1
City Owl Press
September 2022
On Sale: September 22, 2022
203 pages
ISBN: B0BB99WLPJ
Kindle: B0BB99WLPJ
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Romance Paranormal

It all started the night Chase, my mountain lion shifter ex, reappeared. We’d had a whole good girl/bad boy romance going until he abandoned me a decade ago. I’d gone to Syn City for a little fun before being trapped in my hometown forever.  

 

Then I was murdered by a maniac and my night really fell apart.  

  

But somehow, Chase managed to strike a deal on a blood oath and bring me back as a Fury. He wants a second chance at romance, claiming we’re fated mates. 

 

Now, I have to deal with the guy I thought I’d never see again, find and punish my murderer, and participate in a giant supernatural roller derby (long story)—all while trying to earn my wings. 

  

And if I fail? I’ll end up dead. Again…only this time, it’ll be permanent. 

  

All I can say is that it’s a good thing hell hath no fury like, well, an actual Fury. 

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