Luna Joya grew up with the gothic influence of the Deep South, lived in a haunted house in New Orleans and a 18th century mountain home in French wine country, and currently calls SoCal home.
Fluent in sarcasm and penal code, she prosecutes sex crimes and homicides by day and writes paranormal romance at night.
A survivor of traumatic brain injury with steel body parts, she lives with her combat veteran husband and their two-pound terror of a rescue pup.
In 2018, her manuscripts won First Place Speculative Fiction in the San Francisco Heart-to Heart Contest, Second Place Paranormal Romance in The Cleveland Rocks Contest, Third Place Paranormal Romance in the 2018 The Catherine Contest, Third Place in the FF&P On The Far Side Contest, and Honorable Mention in The Daphne du Maurier Award for Excellence in Mystery/Suspense. Her debut novel TIDES OF TIME releases from City Owl Press in 2019.