Lightning on the Levee, a novel by Gail Brinson Ivey, is in search of a Literary Agent. Other agents have loved it, but so far, this book hasn’t fit into any of their publishing plans.
“I thoroughly enjoyed diving into your romantic science fiction, Lightning on the Levee. You have an amazing grasp on characters, and how to build tension to create a scene. The description of the storm from the very beginning pulled me in, and I loved having time with Flint and Molly, and seeing their interactions grow.” – Dabney R. (Literary Agent, Lightning on the Levee)
Lightning on the Levee
Depressed over his broken engagement, and laid off from the best job he’s ever had, Memphis television director Flint Arrington travels to New Orleans, hoping to be washed away in the tidal surge of an impending Cat 5 hurricane. Shocked by the sight of a young woman materializing nearby, he impulsively grabs her and runs, whisking her to safety from the storm as they are pelted by the first stinging drops of hurricane force rain.
Wealthy sugar heiress Molly B O’Connor, abducted by aliens in 1908 and deposited on the Mississippi River levee in modern-day New Orleans, has only one desire – to go back home. But Flint and his lifelong friend, government time-travel research scientist Roger Everett, convince her that going home to 1908 is impossible.
Molly B learns to navigate today’s society, and because of her growing relationship with Flint, abandons hope of returning to 1908.
But when it’s discovered that the aliens want her back, Flint and Molly B must solve the problem of how to protect her from being abducted again.
It’s not possible for Flint and Molly B to fight the aliens alone.
And it’s inconceivable that they can hide from the aliens forever.
Or is it?
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