Luminary (Expanded Edition)

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Emily Wren had two soul mates. Before she could meet either they were both killed. Is she doomed to always be alone? A race of super immortals, the Paragons and their Luminary companions, who live in the domain between reality and the tangible, must intervene. They have one duty, matching up soul mates to release magic into the world. But is there more at stake than the happiness of one human? More
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Words: 75,540
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310732133
About P.S. Meraux

About the author:

P.S. Meraux calls Wren's Nest in Atlanta, Georgia home. Many animals, dozens of rose bushes and three computers share the residence. The USC grad is an accomplished writer and editor. This is Meraux's first novel series. Please feel free to submit comments, questions and reviews.

Books in the Luminary Saga:
Luminary
Beacon
Candlelight
Spotlight
Blackout
Beam
Flare

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Review by: PaulCloth on Feb. 09, 2017 :
I loved it. Well developed, complex characters and a good story. I was surprised by how excited I was by the events in the final chapters. I guess I was really pulling for the Paragon to have his way, which astonished me since I started out not really liking him all that much. This book is full of surprises and well written
(reviewed 37 days after purchase)

Review by: Quinn House on Feb. 06, 2017 :
I never knew about soul mates, I mean not like they are in this book, I mean how they're brought together. It's cool that this magical person called a Paragon is working behind the scenes in a hidden universe, sorta like a modern version of a fairy god-father I guess. David's battle scene was exciting and the ending was not what I expected. What a twist! I enjoyed it.
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)

Review by: Jeanne Jernegan on May 05, 2015 :
I liked it, not sure of the main character motive though (which seems like the authors cliffhanger, lol). So I'm pretty sure there will be a sequel.
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