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From US Law to Laws of Attraction—Deputy DA Luna Joya Publishes Romance

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While her days are spent seeking justice in California courtrooms as a deputy district attorney of Los Angeles, Luna Joya demonstrates her skill with the pen and a fluency beyond the “legalese” in law tomes, with her Legacy Series, published with City Owl Press.

In Flash Point (July 20, 2021, City Owl Press), the fifth book of the paranormal romance thriller series following the magically adept Donovan sisters, the full attention is brought to bear on Mina Donovan and her pyro expert best friend, Josh. A friendship that must go no further, if Mina knows what’s good for her. Sadly, knowing and doing are two different things… If Mina and Josh want to be together, they only have to banish an all-powerful demon, take down an evil magical organization, and try to keep Mina from being taken out by a dragon. So, basically a Tuesday.

Proclaimed, “Wickedly delightful!” by Publisher’s Weekly, Joya’s award-winning prose has garnered much praise and even more love from her fans. A traumatic brain injury survivor, Joya never gave up on romance, and she delivers that same belief to her fans—love is always an option.

Joya is available for cons, signings, and interviews, provided proper precautions are taken until the national pandemic crisis is contained.

About Flash Point:

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Banish the demon, stop the prophecy, and do not fall in love. Easy, right? Yeah, not so much.

Mina Donovan is a woman of many talents. Fire elemental, psychic, Legacy witch, magical asset for an FBI paranormal task force…she does it all. Her latest struggle? Not crushing on her sexy best friend. Logically, she knows they can’t be together. Too bad her heart has never bothered with logic.

The friend zone is the last place pyro expert Josh wants to be with Mina. Not that he has any choice in the matter. A witch hunter falling for a witch? Not smart. He’ll just have to learn to ignore his attraction to the gorgeous woman who already owns so much of his heart.

If Mina and Josh have any hope of finding their way to happily ever after, they’ll have to banish an all-powerful demon and take down an evil magical organization. Oh, and they’ll also have to figure out how to stop the prophecy that warns a dragon will consume Mina.

It’ll take more than magic to fix this supernatural dilemma.

You can order the book now on Amazon website.

About the Author:

A survivor of traumatic brain injury with steel body parts, Luna Joya lives in SoCal with her combat veteran husband and their two-pound terror of a rescue pup.

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