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Blame it on the moon

Lusinda Havershaw actually can blame it on the moon: when the lunar light falls upon her, she vanishes. Her clothing, lacking this rare sensitivity, doesn’t, and you can guess (some of) the rest.

Donna MacMeans came up with this character, who will be appearing, so to speak, in the novel The Trouble with Moonlight, due the third of June from Berkley. You can read an excerpt here.

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