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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The Dark Moon
(4.00 from 3 reviews)
Book #3 of The Parker Harris Series picks up where Book #2 left off. Find out how the series wraps up in this book!
Dreams, Spells, and Moonlit Tales
(4.00 from 3 reviews)
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. Parker is in love with Quinn, a vampire. Witchcraft is introduced into her life in good ways and bad. Dreams, Spells, and Moonlit Tales summarizes Parker's life in this book.
Cascades of Moonlight (The Parker Harris Series: Book One)
(3.80 from 5 reviews)
Two years ago, Parker Harris was bitten by a werewolf, forcing her to endure the painful shifting each month during the full moon. She has kept this secret from everyone she loves. One day a stranger, named Quinn, enters her small town and knows this secret. Shortly after his arrival, there is a brutal murder, which becomes the first in Cascades history.
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Smashwords book reviews by Amy McClung
- Superhero Princess and the Curse of the Rainbow Fairy
on Jan. 05, 2013
Super Fun Read!!
This book had me laughing from the first page! The author has quite an imagination. There were creatures that were certainly unique to this book! Zombie Carrots, Tin Can Man, and Ninja Cats, oh my! The ninja cats were my favorite. There were illustrations throughout the book that gave you a look into the artist mind to see the visions of her monsters! She also did a great job of describing them and it was easy to imagine even without the illustrations, but I loved having them in there! Zara is a princess with super powers who has to deal with being considered a freak by her classmates because she is "not normal." This is easily something young kids can relate to. I think this book is fun for kids and adults as long as you enjoy adventure and using your imagination! There is never a dull moment in Zara's life, that's for sure! Normally I don't highlight in books on my kindle, but I did on this one because there were so many awesome moments! And I knew this was my kind of book when she used my favorite word, "buttmunch". I believe the storyline and content deserve 5 stars, but I only gave it a 4 because there are a few errors within, nothing major that takes away from the story, just a few typos a good edit can fix. Still a fantastic read, I look forward to more books by this author!! In fact, I bought her other book Citizen after reading this and am adding it to by TBR list now!
- Fire In Her Eyes (Young Love #2)
on Feb. 10, 2013
I was given this book by the author for an honest review. The beginning started out feeling a little rushed with the two main characters and their relationship. However, I quickly grew to enjoy their interactions with each other. Then things really heated up! This book is definitely a steamy read. The author does a very good job of writing scenes that make the temperature of the room go up. The conversations between the characters flowed pretty well and seemed realistic and not forced. The event that happens to Harley was devastating to read and the author did a good job at describing the type of feelings and insecurities that come after such an experience. It really tugged at your heart. I didn't like what Spencer did because of that event, but the way things are explained later make the whole thing make more sense. I had suspected a small portion of what the big reveal would be at the end, but was still pretty surprised at everything that came to light. I really enjoyed this book, from the moment I started reading it, I was anxious to know more about the characters. This is a good read with real obstacles that people face in life. I would read this one again and look forward to reading other books by this author.