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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 20, 2012

    Good read but to short

    This was a good story. I say story because it is not long enough to really call it a book. It makes you want to go right into the next story to see what happens.

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  • Posted August 27, 2011

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    Way too short for me.

    Review by Valerie:

    This author has a really easy writing style that I enjoyed reading. My main problem was that the "books" are so short (at nineteen pages each). It would be nice for Mitchell to develop the characters and setting more in depth.

    Without spoiling either "book" for you, I can tell you that the stories involve werewolves, shapeshifters, hunters, and the battle between good and evil (while trying to be normal teens going to school and having a life). While book one introduces us to the characters and how they meet, book two gives us a good idea of Deanna's internal turmoil regarding her transformation to a Hunter, as well as Eric's apprehension to become involved with someone he considers an enemy. Book three will be the final installment and is titled, Harbor Moon: Dark Reunions.

    Quote: "The last two weeks of my life had been an incredible change, mixed with enlightened revelation on all our behalves. It turned out Eric and his Dad had been wrong about some of the Hunters." Page 17

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  • Posted July 29, 2011

    Great

    This was an awsome book, but there are a lot of similarities to twilight, like the handsome young doctor. I wish it was longer.

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  • Posted September 18, 2010

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    New Teen Series

    Knight Romance Publishing, has began a a Venue called Teen Bites. These are stories geared for the YA faction of readers.. Some well known authors are submitting for that line and have already been published. This is TL Mitchells first story. . Ms Mitchell has captured another facinating window of paranormal , mixed with young love, mystery, stirred with a teaspoonful of humor. . A winner in every sense of the word .

    Deena Lansford is 16 years old..Every year she and her family spend their vacation camping at Leech Lake. This year was no exception. The only change will be, after this vacation is over, will be a move to Twin Harbors. Michigan. It is a small town population 3287 where her father took a surgical position at Lakeview Hospital . Deena's father lived for fishing and catching THE BIG ONE. What made it fun, was a neighboring family had a daughter , Jennifer, who she saw every summer as well..

    Bill Matthews, the new Park Ranger, came to introduce himself and warn the family to be aware that there were wolf and bear sightings in the area.. When Deena decided to go to the local grocery store-/post office she ran into a brick wall leaving the store. He was over 6 feet tall of hot, hot Eric. By the way he teased her she was amazed that he was flirting with her. Deena never saw herself as anything other than average, never feeling she was anything special...

    During the July 4th celebration at the campsite, Jennifer went off with one of the twin teenage boys Jeff Taylor. His brother Cliff grabbed Deena's cell phone and would not give it back and was pawing at her for a kiss. Before she knew it, Eric was pulling him off her....They started looking differently at each other.

    Deena started having these really weird dreams about chasing a wolf. She blew it off, because of the reported sightings. Eric noticed a charm she wore on a silver bracelet as they took a walk the next day, She confided she received it for her 16th Birthday and did not know where it came from. She also confided she was adopted and did not know her heritage. He dropped the subject, but then stopped , listened, and then shouted for her to run. Unfortunately she turned around, saw the bear coming to the clearing, saw Eric run towards the bear, and then shifting into a wolf...

    I will not go any further to leave any spoilers. What a great start to a new series...There is so many options this author can take this storyline. Bravo Traci Mitchell

    Review By Gloria Lakritz-Senior Reviewer for Paranormal Romance Guild

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