by Lillie V. Granados
What would you do if your only friend told you that you had special abilities?
Xochilt Vias best friend just revealed that he was her Halo, her guardian, and that she was something called a Light and had special gifts. Thats when she kicked him out of her house and told him to get off whatever drugs he was on.
But after a certain kitchen related explosion occurred when a strange light shot out from her hands, Xochilt began to consider the impossible.
But there were still questions she needed answered. What did it mean to be a Light? Were there others? Unfortunately for Xochilt, there isnt much time for her to come to terms with her new life. Something is killing Lights and taking their power, and Xochilt is the next target.
Xochilt must learn to control her gift and prevent any more of her friends from disappearing. But not all is as dark as it seems. She will make new friends with extraordinary powers and come to realize that love isnt far out of reachits much closer than it seemsit has been all along.About the Author
Born in Washington, D.C. and raised in Silver Spring, Maryland, Lillie V. Granados is a loving daughter to a very strong-willed mother. She now lives in Gaithersburg, Maryland with her grandmother and two crazy cats.
Lillie spends her free time training in the art of Muay Thai. It channels her creative flare for the use of strategic combat in practical situations. As an avid reader of all genres and addict to young adult novels, Lillie followed her cousins advice and wrote her first novelHalo.
Halo reflects Lillies love of Muay Thai and writing. With its intricate fight scenes and plots filled with never ending crescendos, the book feeds the need of everyone to break from the norm and be something extraordinary.(2012, hardcover, 256 pages)