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Mona Lisa awakening 2 editions

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About the Book

From the time she was an orphan child, Mona Lisa knew she was different—but she never knew how different until a man of otherworldly beauty arrived during her night shift in the ER. Gryphon is hurting and hunted...and he attracts her as no man ever has before. He is a Monere, one of the children of the moon—and what's more, so is she...Long exiled from the moon, the men of the Monere serve—and mate—with imperious Queens, who can channel the rays of their far-off homeland. Gryphon believes that Mona Lisa is a Queen—perhaps the first of Mixed Blood ever known. But her introduction to the nighttime court of the Monere, simmering with intrigue, casual lust, and calculated cruelty, is far from smooth. The other Queens are infuriated by her potential powers, and they are all menaced by a group of rogue males who have broken away from the women's sway. Even as she battles threats from within and without, Mona Lisa is determined to discover who she is, and to explore the limits of her growing power—and her secret desires...


Library of Congress PS3619.U564 M66 2006
Dewey 813/.6

2 editions First published in 2006

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2006, Berkley Books
Mona Lisa awakening
in English - 1st ed.
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2009, Penguin USA, Inc.
Mona Lisa Awakening
Electronic resource in English

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