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  • Paperback: 246 pages
  • Publisher: Bell Bridge Books (July 1, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1935661957
  • ISBN-13: 978-1935661955
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.6 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,129,626 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I am a life long resident of Washington state and the author of a young adult urban fantasy series (Unbidden Magic) as well as two adult novels, Castle Ladyslipper and the Rock and Roll Queen of Bedlam. My husband and I spend five months a year in southern California, not far from Los Angeles and San Diego. I spent a number of years as a teacher and school counselor. Those years gave me a wonderful array of characters to write about. In addition to writing, I love to read, spend time with my family and hack my way around the golf course. I'm on Facebook, Twitter and love hearing from readers. I have a blog called Book Blather and welcome all those who love book. http://bookblatherblog.blogspot.com. Please visit my website, www.marileebrothers.com. If you send me a comment, I promise I will answer.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By P. Eberhardt on November 10, 2010
Format: Paperback
I think I might have been expecting to much with this one. After enjoying Moon Rise quite a bit, I was hoping Moon Spun would continue on the same path. But, I almost feel like the author is trying too hard and mixing too many elements.

First off, Junior is back. I'm not sure what it is about the guy but I'm just not feeling it. I liked Beck, but it this one he turns into an ass and disappears for most of the story. Add in the third guy (really did we need a third) Ryker and it just gets sticky. Ryker seems to be the most intersting, but then fairies usually are. Thankfully Allie decides at the end that she doesn't need men, but we will see how long that lasts.

So we add in the element of fairies, and that's were I was beginning to lose interest. I think we could have just stuck with the moonstone and the prophecy and it would have been enough. But, the story is starting to get complicated and I'm not sure were it's going. Plus, I'm beginning to feel like it's dragging out a little. But, I will probably continue on if there is another one. I've invested this much time, I was to see what Allie does with the prophecy.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kristi-The Book Faery on October 2, 2010
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Allie is on summer vacation and, as usual, she is her normal overly responsible self. In addition to taking care of her mother, Faye, she is working for her Uncle at his fruit stand and takes on an additional job-watching Principal Hostetler's adopted son, Chad. It just so happens that Faye is now dating the principal as if poor Allie doesn't have enough to worry about!
Beck is off to college early and has stopped calling her (a fact that his twin Nicole notes is because he has a new girlfriend), Junior is back from Mexico with a fab gift (1976 Chevy Caprice-Shiny blue and fully loaded!) and a new hottie, Ryker, is on the horizon. Not to mention the fact that she's a star seeker!

Ryker, who keeps calling Allie "Ava", is extremely good looking but his behavior is strange, as in not of this world strange. He suddenly shows up working for her uncle at the fruit stand and he seems to get along well with Principal Hostetler's son, Chad, who insists he sees pixies.

It doesn't take to long before Allie is on a new adventure, this time to Boundless, where she finds out she is part faery. Princess Avalon is Allies real name and she is the granddaughter to Melia, Queen of the forest faeries. Melia is Faye's mother; the mother that she thought was gone to her forever. Allie AKA Princess Avalon is soon on a quest to save the forest faeries and to help Chad, a changeling, return to Boundless.

This is a fun book that has action, romance, fantasy, comedy and mystery. As with all of Marilee's books, I have thoroughly enjoyed it. Allie is one of my favorite Heroines; she is spunky, funny and doesn't take herself to seriously. Marilee has a way of writing that just draws you in, you find yourself turning the pages furiously to see what happens next. I also love her comedic sense and I find that Marilee has a unique way of carrying off humor that so many authors miss.
I've read everything she's written and will continue to do so!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 30, 2013
Format: Paperback
**** I received version of this series from NetGalley in return for an honest review. ****

This was the Third book I read from this Author and this series.Again you are able to follow along if you have not read any of the other books ,but believe me You wont want to read just one ! Soo Allie now has the super hunk Junior coming back and she learns even more about who she is and where her family comes from. Just when she thought there couldn't be more along comes a another hunk , or is he a Hawk? Could she really be promised to marry him ? You will just have to pick up this installment and find out. If you have read the first 2 I'm sure you don't need more convincing from me to do just that ! If you haven't started reading this series , what are you waiting for ?? :)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Star Gazer on August 26, 2010
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Marilee has diverged from her original story line by delving into the world of faeries. I can see why she would do this, as its completely lucrative to churn out more books and extend the story but by doing so, we're left hanging waiting for the tri-mark story to progress.

Overall writing is well thought out (although just like most kindle books there are some word spelling and grammar errors). Definitely a good quick read but doesn't fully satisfy.

I'm hoping the next book will deliver by moving the story along and progressing the character development.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Justice for Trayvon on September 2, 2010
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Moon Spun is what I call a sandwich book. Both the beginning and the ending are good; however, the middle was painful to read. The book is only 227 pages; however, it seemed to go on forever once Allie entered into the world of Boundless. I read this book on the Sony Reader and it too had grammatical and spelling errors, so this must be how it came from the publishing company.
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By Pure Jonel on March 23, 2013
Format: Paperback
Every time I pick up a book in this series, I get drawn further and further into this amazing world. Brothers pulls you in with her phenomenal storytelling and keeps you captivated with suspense, romance, and more than a few laughs. I honestly don't remember the last time that I laughed as hard as I did about a few of the things that happened in this novel. By the next page I was back on the edge of my seat wondering what would happen next. Everything flows so fluently in this novel that never once did these types of transitions seem jumpy.

Brothers continues with her very vivid descriptions and settings in this novel. I appreciate the fact that there is a very concrete distinction between the descriptions of the human world and of Boundless. Everything in the human world is quite realistic, while in Boundless everything is larger than life.

I really appreciate the fact that the characters stay true to form from instalment to instalment, even the ones who don't appear in every novel. Even though the characters are consistently themselves, they aren't always the same. They continue to grow and develop based on their circumstances, challenges faced, and the fact that they are teens in high school on the road to becoming adults.

I love that the 16 year old protagonist doesn't know which boy she wants to be with. It's refreshing to read a young adult story where teens aren't bonded or mated for life. The relationships portrayed in this novel are on par for the age range of the characters. Even though they may face some farfetched challenges, their reactions to these things and to each other are quite accurate.

I very much enjoyed this novel on its own and as part of the Unbidden Magic series.
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