Book Review: Moon Spell: Part One in the Tale of Lunarmorte

Moon Spell: Part One in the Tale of Lunarmorte
The Tale of Lunarmorte #1
Author: Samantha Young
Pages: 296 pgs
Reading Level: Adult
Published: February 17th 2011
Review Source: Author

Summary: (From Author's book blurb) Existing in the shadows of our world are supernatural races; children blessed by the ancient Greek gods, and at present they are fighting a two thousand year old war with one another.
The Midnight Coven, an alliance of dark magiks, faeries and daemons born of black magik believe in that vampyres and lykans are lesser supernaturals and a threat to mankind. The Daylight Coven, a confederate of light magiks, faeries, vampyres and lykans, believe in the equality of the races.
Into this war, seventeen year old Caia Ribeiro is born, a lykan with a heritage unlike any other, a heritage that, whether she wants it to or not, will put her into the very heart of battle.

I totally loved this book! The story pulled me from the very beginning needless to say, I couldn’t put it down and I already bought the next book in the series!

Caia Ribeiro, a lykan was sent into hiding since she was 7 years old because both her parents were killed by “The Hunter” during the war between the Midnight Coven and Daylight Coven and the elders believed that her life was in danger too. Now 17, she is brought back to the pack and its Alpha male, Lucien. Lucien is hot!! Well at least in my head he is. He’s over 6 feet tall with dark hair and built. What else can a woman want? When Caia arrives at her new home, she is greeted by the entire pack, but soon realizes that she is sort of the outcast. Some of the members of the pack treat her different and she doesn’t know why. She thinks it’s because she was away for so long, she acts more like a human than a lykan. Then she starts noticing things are happening to her and she can’t explain them. She decides not to tell anyone since they already think she is a little off. Soon she discovers why and who she really is and she is mad because no one ever told her nor did anyone explain to her what was going to happen to her. The only thing that bothers me a little about the story is that Caia is 17 and Lucien is a grown man – although she soon turns 18, but still. I don’t want to say too much more because I don’t want to give the story away. If you like lykans, vampires, Greek mythology and witches, then you MUST read this book. I can’t wait to read the next book in the series “River Cast.”

1 comment:

  1. I can't wait to read this. Great review! Your review has definitely full of teasers. But thanks for no spoilers!


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