Book Review: River Cast: Part Two in the Tale of Lunarmorte

River Cast: Part Two in the Tale of Lunarmorte
The Tale of Lunarmorte #2
Author: Samantha Young
Pages: 267 pgs
Reading Level: Adult
Published: March 9th 2011
Review Source: Purchased

Summary: (from goodreads) Enter a world of fierce wolves, stunning magic and romance... 

The war is escalating. 
Caia is caught between her loyalty to the Daylights and her new insight into the hearts of the Midnights. 
Invited to train at the Centre under the tutelage of the Daylights, Caia and Lucien immerse themselves in the world of the Head of the Coven, Marita. With an upcoming battle hanging over their heads, Caia and her Alpha struggle to understand Marita’s vision for the future of the Coven, and withstand her manipulation and plans for them. Plans that are sure to separate Caia from Pack Errante; plans that inadvertently push Caia not only further away from Lucien, but from all Daylights. 

Conflicted… Caia must choose a side in the war. And her choice may mean sacrificing all those she has come to love.

River Cast picks up right where Moon Spell left off.  Just like Moon Spell, the book never skips a beat.  There is always something that makes you wonder what’s going to happen next. 

After Jaeden’s rescue in Moon Spell, Jaeden decides that she can no longer stay with her family and the pack.  She packs her stuff and leaves.  While on the bus, she meets Reuben, who is a Vampire Rogue Hunter.  She joins him and his little group.  The only problem is that Jaeden is a Lyken and she will be killing Rogue Vampires a law that is not to be broken.  Caia, through her tracking skills, discovers that another Lyken pack are being targeted for an attack by the Midnights.  She goes with Lucien to the Daylight Coven to “get better trained” and also because Marita wants to finally meet “the one” (Caia) and see what her abilities are.  While there Caia discovers that Marita has “other plans” than the ones she is letting on.  Caia finally realizes that she has to trust her instincts and when she does, she sees what’s really going on and the war isn’t really what it seems.

River Cast is a really good book and once I started reading it, I couldn’t put it down.  I was disappointed that there is a cliffhanger in the end.  So when I finished it, I felt like I was cheated out on the story.  That is why I am giving it a 4 instead of a 5.  But I will tell you this, as soon as the next book comes out, I will be reading it.  Great series!  I totally recommend this series, but you have to read “Moon Spell” first, or else you will be lost. Enjoy

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