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Triple Moon
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Triple Moon
Summer on East End Series, Book 1
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From the New York Times bestselling author of Blue Bloods and Witches of East End
After they cause a terrible accident at their old high school, twin witches Mardi and Molly Overbrook are sent to live with their "Aunt" Ingrid Beauchamp in North Hampton, on Long Island's mist-shrouded East End. Because the twins cannot control their powers, their father begs Ingrid to tame them over the summer, before the White Council exiles the girls to Limbo.
Trouble continues to bubble and boil when the girls meet the younger Gardiner boys, who are just as handsome and sexy as their older kin. But all is not as it seems. As Ingrid helps the girls learn to control their magical impulses, Mardi and Molly have just this summer to figure out how to grow up, how to love, and how to be a family.
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From the New York Times bestselling author of Blue Bloods and Witches of East End
After they cause a terrible accident at their old high school, twin witches Mardi and Molly Overbrook are sent to live with their "Aunt" Ingrid Beauchamp in North Hampton, on Long Island's mist-shrouded East End. Because the twins cannot control their powers, their father begs Ingrid to tame them over the summer, before the White Council exiles the girls to Limbo.
Trouble continues to bubble and boil when the girls meet the younger Gardiner boys, who are just as handsome and sexy as their older kin. But all is not as it seems. As Ingrid helps the girls learn to control their magical impulses, Mardi and Molly have just this summer to figure out how to grow up, how to love, and how to be a family.
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  • From the book ***This excerpt is from an advance uncorrected proof***

    Copyright © 2015 Melissa de la Cruz

    FADE TO BLACK

    Even by Manhattan private school standards, Bret Farley's party was unforgettable. It wasn't just the bottomless flow of top-shelf liquor or the mounds of gleaming caviar, the world-class sculpture collection and the spectacular views of the city from the Park Avenue penthouse, or the rumors of a hidden elevator down to a clandestine indoor lap pool of black marble. It wasn't the designer drugs or the thousand-dollar stilettos. It wasn't all the fooling around in gilt bath- rooms and between silky Italian sheets.

    The night of Bret Farley's party was unforgettable because, by the end of it, two of the guests were dead.

    The prime suspects behind this tragic turn of events, the Overbrook twins, Molly and Mardi, had arrived at Bret's penthouse a little after ten, bewitchingly identical in their dark features and lush black hair, but oh so different in style. Molly was the height of chic, Mardi the essence of rebellion. Equally gorgeous and equally brilliant.

    So why, only moments after taking their first drinks from a caterer's silver tray, did both goddesses start to feel undone?

    Molly was sipping champagne, Mardi a very dry Manhattan. This they both remembered. They also remembered that blue-eyed, ultra-suave Bret had flirted with both of them, telling Molly the vintage bubbles and caviar were all for her benefit, then leading Mardi by the hand among the bronze legs of the enormous Louise Bourgeois spider, the crown jewel of his family's collection. The only other of that size graced the lobby of the Tate Modern in London. The twins recalled the body of the spider looming in the apartment's vast entryway, beautiful and malicious.

    Each sister had been glaringly jealous of Bret's attentions to her twin. But neither one could begin to remember where those attentions had led.
    There was an obscene swirl of luxury: reflective surfaces, sparkling views, high art, thumping music, and shiny beautiful rich kids who were striking poses for their Insta accounts, gossiping, drinking from priceless crystal, and falling down wasted onto one another.

    The Overbrook girls were very much a part of this ruling scene, but they were apart from it as well. Because Molly and Mardi weren't simply pretty and privileged; they were supernatural.

    With supernatural instincts.

    The twins could tell that something was up that night, something more than just Upper East Side private school mischief, but they found themselves too spellbound to investigate. Was it in their drinks? Or a deep corruption in the atmosphere? If you'd asked them at the party if they thought it would end in carnage, they would have laughed, but not wholeheartedly. They would have let out tinkling, nervous laughs. Laughs that admitted suspicion. But suspicion of what? Of whom?

    The last thing Molly remembered, before blacking out, was the sound of Bret's sexy whisper in her ear. "This is all for you, Molly," he was saying, "every flower petal, every flute, every ivory caviar spoon."

    Only she didn't want to believe him because she had just seen him with her twin, probably telling Mardi the same thing.

    The last thing Mardi recalled was the bronze under- belly of the giant spider. Bret was telling her it was called Maman, because the artist believed that spiders were protective and benevolent. "You're the only girl here who could possibly get the reference," he whispered. His arm rested on her shoulder. "You love spiders, don't you, Mardi?" She managed to say, "Yeah, spiders are cool," and then her memory went blank.

    The next...

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  • Kirkus

    September 15, 2015
    Terrible teen witches seek and sabotage safe haven in this spinoff's spinoff. Suspected of murdering two private school classmates, identical twins Molly and Mardi Overbrook grudgingly give up their glitzy Manhattan lives for a summer in Brigadoon-ian North Hampton, New York (setting for the Witches of East End series). Catalog-perfect Ingrid Beauchamp gives the goddesses (literally-Thor is their dad) a rustic reality call, forcing the girls to get jobs, limit their magic use, and babysit, but reform is slow in coming. Vapid, high-fashion Molly and antagonistic, retro-and-rebel Mardi enjoy playing pranks but engage in tiresome bickering and outrageous behavior to prove their (superficial) differences. Surprisingly ignorant of Norse mythology and their own family history, Molly and Mardi end up re-enacting a Wagnerian plot over a special ring and unusual romantic situations. The twins are unsympathetic characters for much of the book, and the impermanence of death lowers the stakes, but readers seeking tales of Gatsby-style excess, gourmet meals, hot bodies, and outrageous wardrobes can find a quick fix here. De la Cruz returns to the realm of teen lit but seems to keep some of her racier adult elements as she liberally-if sometimes unsuccessfully-mixes an epic story cycle and ancient legends with a summer beach romance, supernatural mystery, and teens-gone-wild tale. A stormy beach read that is more soap than opera. (Paranormal romance. 14 & up)

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    November 1, 2015

    Gr 8 Up-Fans of the author's adult title Witches of East End (Hachette, 2011) and the now-canceled Lifetime television show of the same name will flock to this YA spin-off that features some of the series' most beloved characters, as well as two new teen witches. Molly and Mardi Overbrook are 16-year-old twins who are in desperate need of guidance after they are blamed for the deaths of two kids at an exclusive party they attended. Rich, spoiled, and entitled, Molly and Mardi are sent to live with Ingrid Beauchamp, an old family friend, for the summer in hopes she will teach them to control their magic and behave appropriately. While in North Hampton, the sisters are forced to get summer jobs. They also meet the younger Gardiner brothers, who are as enigmatic as they are sexy. But dark forces are at work as the girls realize someone has tampered with their memories and set them up for murder. This work reads like a cross between Gossip Girl and The Vampire Diaries. There are many mentions of designer fashions and cocktail parties where no one is checking IDs. But there are also sisterly bonds that are tested and romances with the wrong guy. Best-selling author de la Cruz has said that if the canceled television show won't see a revival, she may resolve some loose ends in this new series. VERDICT Purchase this title to satiate East End fans.-Kimberly Garnick Giarratano, Rockaway Township Public Library, NJ

    Copyright 2015 School Library Journal, LLC Used with permission.

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