First Full Moon By Michelle Alstead #Book Tour #Hosted Giveaway


First Full Moon
by Michelle Alstead
Genre: YA Fantasy
Release Date: August 28th 2018

More secrets. More lies. I’m going to die.

She wanted a car for her sixteenth birthday, not magical powers… Candy McGregor is a teenager living in Sequim Falls, a small East Coast town, where the McGregors own just about everything. While her grandmother grooms her to run the family business—a pharmaceutical empire—Candy dreams of a life where she’s known as more than just a last name.

When the monthly family dinner turns into a horror show, Candy discovers the McGregors aren’t so much blessed as they are cursed. At midnight on her sixteenth birthday, Candy inherits both the ability to do magic and the destiny to become a wolf on the next full moon. There is hope of a life that doesn’t require being chained up once a month. If Candy can undo the original spell that created the curse, she can rid the world of werewolves and remain a witch. But there’s one really big problem. Not everyone hates being a wolf. With the next full moon looming, Candy must take on forces that will do anything to stop her. Will she break the curse or surrender to life as a monster?

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bNa0oYZQMichelle Alstead is a single, divorced mom of a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder, who tries to promote autism awareness and advocate for gender equality while raising Sheldon Cooper and searching for some semblance of a love life.

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8 thoughts on “First Full Moon By Michelle Alstead #Book Tour #Hosted Giveaway

  1. My teenage granddaughters would love to read this.

  2. I wouldn’t mind being a witch. Oh wait, I already am. I even have a broom.

    Hubby would love this book.

    Have a fabulous day, Jody. Big hug. ♥

  3. Even though I am past the YA stage I just wanted to say good on you Michelle, your short bio there reminded me so much of me I just had to say you are awesome as that is what my kids tell me frequently. I raised two boys mostly as a divorced single mum and one of them has mild autism, not Sheldon Cooper strength but 16, 6’2 and I am 5’3 and we fight daily so keep it up. Even though I am now remarried it still seems like I am doing it on my own.