Code Name: Luminous

Code Name: Luminous

By Natasza Waters

  • Release Date : 2015-09-13
  • Genre : Military
  • FIle Size : 0.56 MB
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Code Name: Luminous Tony Bale must stop a deadly virus before it’s launched on the United States and resist an undefeatable desire to possess Lumin’s innocence. Mission success probability: slim.

Since their brief meeting, Lumin Edenridge can’t squelch her dreams of the handsome Navy SEAL who moved through her life like a shadow. By daylight he was gone, but the craving in his gaze left a mark. When she wakes up next to a dead scientist involving her in a terrorist plot, street smarts won’t help her survive. She needs Tony.

The stunning aerialist Tony left in Las Vegas lingers in his memory. A seven month deployment looms when he answers Lumin’s distress call. Defending her is his first priority. When terrorists turn her into a weapon, Lumin hides to protect him. His team name is Tinman, and he has twelve hours to rescue the woman who possesses his heart in “Code Name: Luminous”.


  • Loved it

    By cheekypee
    5 amazing stars This is the fourth book in the series. These books can be read as standalones but seriously I recommend you start from the beginning as this author is going to take you on a journey you won't wanna forget. Natasza puts so much love and care into these stories that it radiates off the pages. She has done such a fantastic job that to me these are characters no more. They are my friends who I care about. When they are going through pain I feel as if my heart is gonna break. When they are happy you can see a big grin on my face. You get the idea??? Each book in this series focuses on a different subject that matters to the warrior. In this book Natasza deals with faith and loss. She did this in such a way that if I wasn't smiling or crying then I had goosebumps. I'm not going into the storyline in my review. I don't want to spoil it for anyone. However I think this is Nataszas best book so far. As a reviewer and a blogger I read hundreds of books. I read this book while on a long car journey. These 'friends' sucked me right in and I lost track of everything until Id finished. I really can't recommend this book highly enough. It's a really brilliant work of art.