Emily Wren has found her soul mate or has she? Is the tall beautiful stranger who came to her rescue really Mr. Right? The memory of their meeting haunts her thoughts. But if he's "the one" what's keeping him from pursuing her? Impatient for love, she decides to take matters into her own clumsy hands. In a hidden universe known as the realm between reality and the tangible -- Emily's Paragon protector is reeling from the betrayal of his former mentor. He wants to fashion a new soul mate for her. After all that's his job. He hatches a devious yet daring plan, working in secret to give her the match she's supposed to have. But can it work? Can the Paragon and his Luminary companion really un-mate a living soul? When his scheme hits unforeseen complications, Emily is left to juggle the attention of two handsome strangers. Flattered, but unsure of what to make of this development, she tries to forget her former Mr. Right. Except Mr. Right is stubborn and jealous. He has other plans for her. In a disastrous confrontation that nearly destroys her school, Emily is forced to face her destiny head on with unexpected consequences, leaving her with an impossible choice that no one saw coming. Will she lose her old soul mate, find a new one or face life all alone without love? Read Beacon, the second thrilling book in the Luminary Saga by P.S. Meraux.
- Paperback | 188 pages
- 127 x 203 x 17mm | 322g
- 28 Jun 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
About P S Meraux
I mainline coffee and chocolate, worry about the width of my hips and peruse too many cooking magazines. I suspect I wouldn't fret about one if I didn't indulge in the other. I'm obsessive about quality, so much so, I keep going back to tweak my earlier books, hoping to make them better. "Why are your characters flawed?" one reviewer asked. "Because people are," I replied. Although I'm very protective of them, hoping beyond measure that they'll find acceptance. Not ridicule. As a true 'GRITS' (girl raised in the south) people expect me to have bat-shit crazy relatives. The question here isn't IF, but rather, which side of the family are they on? Needless to say they offer a pool of inspiration into which I liberally dip. My characters are a bit OCD. Not in the vein of obsessive-compulsive, that would be too a la carte, mine are 'occasionally crazy or damaged.' And I think you'll enjoy them. As someone who understands wrestling with complex issues, it's easy to share their stories. I myself grew up with an ill mum, so I began creating imaginary friends at a young age to keep me company. In addition to writing and cooking, I'm an avid mountain climber who keeps up with an assortment of pets. As a life-long globe trotter, I can tell you that I like nothing better than a good story and a road trip. I hope you enjoy this one. Please let me know what works and what doesn't. I'm always interested in hearing feedback, reviews, comments, and questions are most welcome. Thanks in advance for your time and consideration. Happy reading.