Tea Leaf: What Hides Beneath

Tea Leaf: What Hides Beneath

by Mia Mitns

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A new destiny.

During a night out with friends, Cinnia is targeted by a strange fortune teller who reveals that Cinnia's life is about to change. Well, Cinnia wouldn't mind a little change in her life. She would love to get a position at a renowned scientific company, Sciecor. But would she regret her wishes? Things are not as they seem. Secrets hide in the basements at Sciecor, human appearing secrets.

Secrets even hide at home.

Kasen has been looking for Cinnia. When he moves in across the street from her, friendships change. And when mysterious things happen at his house, Cinnia and her friends begin to be concerned about their safety. Could he be an enemy or a key to help Cinnia discover the power she truly has?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149881727
Publisher: Mia Mitns
Publication date: 04/07/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 276
Sales rank: 372,697
File size: 682 KB

About the Author

Mia Mitns grew up in multiple places including California, Colorado, and a few areas around Texas.
After Mia finished school, she wrote her first novel, Tea Leaf: What Hides Beneath, an urban fantasy story that was born from a strange dream. When she is not writing or reading, she enjoys listening to music, going to concerts, trying to play guitar, playing basketball, and drawing.

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Tea Leaf: What Hides Beneath 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Amers86 More than 1 year ago
Independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian I Dig Good Books. 3/5 (Good) *I received a copy of this book from Xpresso in exchange for a fair and honest review.* This story was interestingly written. It was pretty simple and was an easy read. The story flowed well from the beginning to the end and was easy to understand. The concept of the story was a good concept and not one I had read before. The characters are pretty simple with some complex ideals and some have complex histories. The author did a good job writing the story. That being said, it wasn’t a story for me. I prefer my fantasy stories to have a little more action and a little more detail. Sadly, as this story lacked these items, it didn’t hold my attention and I found myself straying from the reading and found myself slightly bored. Overall, the author did a great job writing the story. It’s a simple story and could definitely be a story that others could enjoy. If you aren’t looking for a complex fantasy story then absolutely give this book a shot!
OOSABookClub More than 1 year ago
Things Are Not What They Seem Cinnia dreamed of working for Sciecor. She finally interviews with them and it looks great.  She is elated when she joins her four friends for dinner and tells them of her interview and good feelings.  She also tells them of a guy she met who really caught her attention.  As they enjoy each other's company, a past school mate comes across TV because she’s won the lottery again. Then she is there at their table.  People call her the futurist because she predicts things will happen before they do.  The next day, a guy moves across the street from Cinnia and attraction to him is instantaneous; problem is this attraction is with Cinnia and two of her friends.  This taxes their friendship and threatens their peace.  Things are not what they seem and this is realized as this story unfolds and you’re immersed in drama and suspense.   “Tea Leaf: What Hides Beneath” by Mia Mitns is a novel that feeds the reader's imagination, curiosity, and keeps one wondering what's next.  There are happenings and/or occurrences that are simply unbelievable then you realize that it could apply to some.  Having never read a novel that was Fantasy and Science Fiction, I found myself intrigued and fully engaged in this story.   Mia Mitns penned a novel that originated in a dream and was encouragingly interesting while allowing my imagination to broaden even further and fulfilled my love of reading people and their interactions.   Reviewed by: Rhea