The Lustre by Kate Policani

The Lustre

by Kate Policani

Genre: Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

Read reviews of The Lustre here:

http://kathleenfberg.webs.com/apps/blog/entries/show/12686610-the-lustre

http://quillwielder.com/2012/03/15/book-review-the-lustre/

http://christianfantasyforwomen.com/2012/03/16/fantastic-fantasy-review-of-the-lustre-by-kate-policani/

http://kateschannel.wordpress.com/2012/03/15/book-it-party-room-kate-policanis-the-lustre/

http://awesomeindies.wordpress.com/2012/03/23/review-the-lustre-by-awesome-indie-author-kate-policani/

http://thedarkglobe.wordpress.com/2012/03/19/thelustre/

Cassandra Rivera’s review:

“The Lustre is an easy read for anyone who wants to curl up in an easy chair with their favorite cup of hot chocolate. It has enough action to keep you motivated not to put it down, but is not threatening. Though perhaps not a good story for children due to its sexual overtones, it’s a great book for an adult to enjoy. The writer is seasoned and knows how to pace her material well.”

Synopsis:

Hidden within Human society is an entrancing race of beings who look just like us. They are the Akataromai. Originating on Earth, they conceal themselves, blending within the Human population. Though they appear to be Human, mature Akataromai live for centuries and feed upon negative Human emotions. Angelina Quorra is an Akataromai, a Human-looking girl who might never die. But Angelina is unique among her people, absorbing pain as well as emotion and giving anyone who feeds her overwhelming pleasure. This is her story, told by the men who adore her. Her talent is called The Lustre, bringing her great fame, and great trouble.

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