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Samhain Publishing, May 29, 2012 - Fiction - 117 pages
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He thinks he’s seen everything...until he encounters a woman he can’t see at all.

Phoenix Institute, Book 2

As a teen, Lucy left home to gain the independence to pursue her dreams. When a renegade scientist captured and used her as a guinea pig, she escaped, but not unscathed. Rendered permanently invisible and with little memory of her previous life, she has transformed herself into Noir, a rogue crime fighter with one goal: find and stop her tormentor from harming anyone else.

Police Lieutenant Aloysius James thought he’d seen it all in the crumbling and corrupt Charlton City, but a brutal bank robbery committed by a monster has left him feeling he’s out of his depth. One man is missing from the scene and if he isn’t found soon, Al fears he’ll be as dead as the rest.

Al is unprepared for the one woman with the key to solving the case—Noir, who seems equally surprised he doesn’t find her unique ability repulsive.

Together they go out into the night, joining forces to track the monster down. They never expected their desperate alliance would generate a force of a different kind. Attraction...and desire.

Warning: This book contains sex without sight, requiring the characters to do everything—yes, everything—by touch alone.

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Review: Luminous (The Phoenix Institute #1.5)

User Review  - Melissa J. Katano - Goodreads

Part of the 'Phoenix Institute' universe, but with more of a film noir feel. Read full review

Review: Luminous (The Phoenix Institute #1.5)

User Review  - Rachel Smith - Goodreads

A nice little side story in the Phoenix Institute universe. I really enjoyed the chemistry between Noir and Al. Read full review

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