Curse of the Moon by Beth Trissel

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Age: 14 and up

Genre: YA Urban Fantasy

For fans of: Urban Fantasies like Teen Wolf and Twilight.

Summary: The bad news? Morgan Daniel’s wolf is out of control. The good news? There’s a treatment. She just has to get a potion from a lizard shifter witch–without looking into the witch’s eyes. Easy, right? But when the witch puts a spell on her younger brother, Morgan has to do the witch’s bidding to save him.

Fortunately Morgan isn’t alone. She has Jackson to lean on, a few witches coming into their powers, a secret warlock, and the always mysterious Chief Okema. What could possibly go wrong?

5 Star Review: Another great addition. I honestly loved it. There is, to entertain us, an amazing brother/ sister relationship, a lizard woman, werewolves, magic , humor and more. The humor stands out so wonderfully. I chuckled many times while reading this. There is also young love, done very well and respectively. The characters are woven together so nicely I was sad when it ended.

So, whoever wants a story that not only gives you humor but teenage angst, magic, werepeople and a story that transports you into a realm that takes you away for a while on a wonderful journey..this is the story for you. This is the second in the series and it is just as good, just as powerful and just as entertaining as the first. A MUST read.

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