Monday, July 22, 2013

Dreams, Spells, and Moonlight Tales Review

Dreams, Spells and Moonlight Tales

Author: Amy K. McClung
Pages: 278
Published Date:
December 18,2012
Rating: 4/5
This is Book #2 of The Parker Harris Series. (Cascades of Moonlight Book #1) Parker Harris desires a normal life, but it's just not in the cards for her. Parker is a werewolf. She has been for three years now. It’s the summer after she graduated high school and she is preparing for college. If only grades and college classes were her only worries. Parker and Jackie are trying to mend their fractured friendship from her betrayal. Jackie and Mitchell are working on their relationship, fighting jealousy and trust issues of their own. Quinn, a vampire, is the love of Parker’s life. He begins to look into his family’s past and what he finds is not pretty. In fact, it could mean the end for his relationship with Parker. A mistake from Parker's past is revealed and proves to be more enormous than she realized. Dreams—Parker is having dreams and visions of Will. She can’t decipher real from illusion it seems. Spells—Charisma, a new friend to the group, brings magic into the fold. Moonlit Tales—it seems that the full moon is not only a time for Parker to feel the pain of shifting. It’s also a time for unexplained occurrences and secrets being revealed. Can Parker and Quinn's love survive the obstacles they encounter? Is Jackie trustworthy? Are Parker’s feelings for Mitchell becoming too strong for her to ignore? Dreams, Spells, and Moonlit Tales summarize the events of Parker's life in this book.


I felt like there was alot of up and downs in the Dreams, Spells, and Moonlight Tales. Just like a teenagers life. It started off with the four of them getting a house close to collage and Parker and Mitch signs up for classes. They meet a friend of Quinn's from years before ... a witch. Then Quinn and Parker go to his home town and found some devastating news... 
This book was better paced and the moods were not a roller coaster as the first book. 
Amy McClung does a good job making you relate to the story, pulling you in. I love the fact that the book kept you guessing what was going to happen next. Amy would totally surprise you with the twist in events that would happen. I do recommend this for a YA... there is sexual content in the book but not detailed....

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