Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Midnight Moon Review

The Trimarks are planning an invasion. And the only thing standing in their way is Allie and the moonstone . All Allie wants is a normal life - friends, boys, school dances. Right. Like that's going to happen.
In two weeks, during the summer solstice, Allie's going to face the biggest challenge of her life, fighting against time to save the world from a Trimark invasion. You'd think the world of weird might leave her alone to plan how she's going to survive. But nothing in Allie's world is simple or easy, especially when she's attacked by Trimarks trying to steal the moonstone. Then Sammie disappears into the faery world of Boundless, and Allie must follow and bring her home, only to find the fairy queen, Luminata, isn't about to let Allie leave. So, what's a girl with magical powers supposed to do?
Fortunately, she has a team to help her, a team with special talents of their own.

 I have come to the conclusion that fairy's are selfish and very self centered. Allie is trying to save that world but the queen fairy has her own agenda.

Allie has so much on her plate, she needs to figure out how she will save the world all by herself not that Sammie has gone full fairy and can't help, plus she is not sure what she actually needs to do on the Solstice and where she need to do it. A location would be nice but no one knows where it is to take place.

The trimarks are at it again and this time they go after Junior grrrrrrrr. Allie saves the day again and proves how strong and brave she is.

I won't give away who helps her in the end and how she does at the solstice but a guarantee you will want to read the book and find out.

A former teacher, coach and school counselor, Marilee lives in Washington State and writes full time. Her books include Castle Ladyslipper, a medieval romance, The Rock and Roll Queen of Bedlam, winner of the 2010 Booksellers Best award for romantic suspense, Moonstone, Moon Rise, Moon Spun, Shadow Moon, and Midnight Moon. Marilee is a member of the Romance Writers of America, Pacific Northwest Writers Association and the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators.
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