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Forbidden Territory

By Melissa Pearl
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March 3, 2015
Best friends mending a heartbreaking feud, two hot boys, a weekend camping trip in the New Zealand bush away
from meddlesome parents . . . what could be better?
That is, until they stumble across a hidden marijuana crop and its terrifying watchmen, and their dream weekend
turns into the ultimate nightmare. Forced apart, the two couples spend the next 48 hours
racing blindly through the bush, searching for each other. Hoping desperately to find
their friends before the hunters do . . .
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It started a bit lame for me but as I read along, I find the story more engaging and that I couldn’t put the book down until I see through it’s end. I love Mica’s character the most. Her stubbornness made her such a force to reckon with and I guess it was also what made her the strong teenager she was to make it through the whole ordeal they went through. Lexy’s character was also endearing and the friendship between her and Micah was something you dream to have with a friend. The romance between the two of them and the two heroes, Tom and Eli was so easy to relate to for I believe that most of us have been there at one point of our lives or another. I haven’t enjoy reading a YA in a long time and Mica and Lexy’s story is a definite must read.
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~*~ABOUT MELISSA
PEARL & BRENDA HOWSON~*~
Melissa Pearl and Brenda Howson have been best friends for well over a decade. Both mothers of two young children, both married to school teachers, and both lovers of writing, they have a lot in common. Having spent many vacations away together, they have become as close to sisters as two girls can get. It was on one of these holidays away that the Mica and Lexy Series was born.
Melissa is the author of multiple YA and NA books, written in a variety of genres. She is a fully trained elementary teacher, but is lucky enough to stay home and watch her kids grow. She is also spending every spare moment trying to turn writing into a full-time career … and loving the process.
Find out more about her books here: http://www.melissapearlauthor.com/news
Brenda was the one
who encouraged Melissa to start writing in the first place. Once Melissa got started, Brenda caught the bug; she has been writing for ten years, in between motherhood and working at a local high school in the computer department. She has won two short story competitions and been runner up in another. Forbidden Territory is her first published novel.
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