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EYES OF LIGHTNING, Book 1 in The Thunderbird Legacy

2012 RONE Honorable Mention in the Young Adult Paranormal Category


After a thousand years of curses, the Thunderbird’s secrets are about to be unleashed in the charming town of Galena, Illinois.

Ivy is a normal fifteen-year-old girl . . . if you consider yellow eyes and storm-chasing urges normal. Life gets even more normal when she runs away from home to find Walter Nimiki, the grandfather she’s never met. It’s he who tells her the truth—Ivy is a descendant of the cursed Thunder Clan, so the boy she’ll someday fall in love with will die young. Walter believes Ivy is the hope the clan has waited for, the one who can end the curse. Before she can learn more, a terrible accident leaves Walter in a coma. Ivy can’t save Walter without the help of three boys:  Gabe is keeping a promise to Walter, Cal always knows what she’s feeling, and Dan can’t stand the sight of her. Ivy doesn’t know what would be worse—failing to save Walter, or accidentally falling in love with a boy. Either way, someone will die.

Click HERE to read the first chapter, or HERE for an excerpt of the audiobook, narrated by Terri Doty. 

Praise for Eyes of Lightning:

  • “This is one of the best paranormal romances I’ve read. It’s an engrossing read—by the first page I was hooked, and I never wanted to put the book down.” —Ellie Ann, co-author of Breaking Steele
  • “I would strongly recommend this book to lovers of the YA genre. Beautifully written, great flow!” —Devri Walls, author of Wings of Arian
  • “I just fell in love with this book. Eyes of Lightning is my best fiction read of 2012!”—Andrea Ward, blogger

Get the ebook (FREE on most sites):  Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iTunes, KoboInktera

Get the audiobook on iTunes, Amazon, or Audible!  

Erin would be happy to send you a signed paperback of Eyes of Lightning. Just click on the PayPal button to order!

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