Cap Figueroa is a first time novelist. Corporate finance analyst by trade, she began writing as a much needed creative outlet to combat the monotony of living in spreadsheets all day.
Cap loves all that is supernatural and metaphysical, the unknowns and mysteries of the universe a constant source of her inspiration. Her writing style is a little sarcastic, but always stays in touch with the natural emotion of the story.
By the Moon: The Lovers
Max Connors is a bit of a loner, but she prefers it that way. Highly sensitive to the feelings and emotions of others, keeping her peace means keeping to herself. However, one fated day, Max goes outside her comfort zone and befriends her mysterious new neighbor, Stacy. Their friendship instant, Stacy finally starts to pull Max out of her shell.
After a night out together resulting in a number of strange encounters, Max awakes with a start to her friend’s scream piercing through their small apartment building. Rushing to Stacy's defense, Max finds herself face to face with a hulking intruder. Drastically outsized and outmatched, she ends up in the hospital, only to learn Stacy has been abducted.
Assigned to assist in the case is Luke Russo, a dedicated and righteous police detective. Luke desperately tries to hunt Stacy's kidnapper and bring her back safely, but as the investigation develops, he begins to discover people he once considered family may be involved with her abduction.
Doing all he can to find the missing woman while trying to stop his own secrets from being exposed, Luke also finds himself struggling to navigate through new and intense feelings for the case's sole witness, Max.
Their connection karmic, Max and Luke find themselves inexplicably drawn together as they both work tirelessly to discover what's happened to Stacy.
And as Luke's past grows increasingly entangled with the present, he unintentionally brings Max into his world; a world she never imagined existed.