The Dark Moon (The Parker Harris Series Book #3)

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Book #3 of The Parker Harris Series picks up where Book #2 left off. Find out how the series wraps up in this book! More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781301070466
About Amy McClung

Amy McClung was born in Nashville, TN. She is the second oldest of four girls. She married Daniel McClung in September 2005 and they currently reside just outside of Nashville. Amy and her husband are both fans of fantasy novels as well as avid movie collectors. The Parker Harris Series is the first series of books by this author. Cascades of Moonlight is Book #1, Dreams, Spells, and Moonlit Tales is Book #2, and The Dark Moon Book #3. She also has a NA Series called The Southern Devotion Series, Book #1 is titled For the Love of Gracie. Her favorite past times include watching movies, drawing, and reading fantasy novels. Her first book was a means of therapy for her as it enabled her to escape reality for a while during a difficult transition in her life.

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Review by: Maria Dodd on Dec. 29, 2013 :
I was given this book in exchange for an honest review, Lovers of Paranormal.This book nicely wrapped up the trilogy. We have been following the many twists and turns in the lives of Parker, a werewolf, her boyfriend Quinn, a vampire and her friends Mitchell, another vampire and Jackie, a werewolf. Their love lives have had as many twists and turns as the plot. There was a moment of panic at the start of the epilogue that had me cursing the author, thinking 'she wouldn't ?! Not right at the end' but I'm glad to say my panic was short-lived.The trilogy was a well thought out story that cleverly wove events and people throught the three books. Seemingly inconsequential moments or people suddenly came to the fore a book or two on, this was well done and as I was reading one book after another was easily noticed - a very good move from the author. I had a major problem with the writing style and grammar/punctuation during the first book but I barely noticed anything by the end of the third. I can't honestly say if it was due to improvement or the fact that I got used to it. I can say that the trilogy as a whole was well thought out and kept my attention. The characters were (after a little inconsistency in book one) enjoyable and, a lot of the time, fun. The storyline kept moving at a good pace and had surprises along the way. I really enjoyed the way even little moments were later brought together for the 'finale'.I enjoyed the trilogy.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: tina whitley on Dec. 03, 2013 :
I was given this book in exchange for an honest review (Lop). This is the 3rd book in the Parker Harris series and it did not fall short!! I love this series, the twists and turns made mme want to dive right in, the only problem is that the author is moving on to a new series (I want more of the fab foursome!!). This had some plot twists that I did not see coming which made it not your typical werewolf/vampire love story. Parker needs to figure out her feelings for Quinn and Mitchell once and for all. I don't want to give any spoilers so read the series, if you like YA paranormal romance this will hit the spot. To the author bravo for coming up with a great story that is not the same old same old, I look forward to your next series!!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Karan Harvey on July 01, 2013 :
I really enjoyed this series and Amy McClung nailed it with this last book. Her writing has improved so much over this series which really shows. I loved the love triangle between Quinn, Mitchell and Parker and for once could not choose which boy Parker should go for. The book revolves around Quinn's dad wanting to bring back the love of his life which can only be done with a human (warewolf) sacrifice. Will is back but can they trust him! Parker and Jackie are kidnapped so that the sacrifice can be carried out, leaving Quinn and Mitchell frantically trying to find them before its too late. Its all very emotional throughout all this Parker must decided which man she wants. I liked the way this story played out and how all the characters lives are sewn up. Im looking forward to reading Crispin's story. If you havent read this trilogy yet I highly recommend it.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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