Moon Spell

Enter a world of fierce wolves, stunning magic and romanceIt s bad enough feeling different among the human crowd, but feeling different among wolves No one said returning to her pack would be easy, especially after ten years without them, but seventeen year old Caia Ribeiro is unprepared for the realities of the transition Raised in a world where kids aren t scared bEnter a world of fierce wolves, stunning magic and romanceIt s bad enough feeling different among the human crowd, but feeling different among wolves No one said returning to her pack would be easy, especially after ten years without them, but seventeen year old Caia Ribeiro is unprepared for the realities of the transition Raised in a world where kids aren t scared by bedtime tales of the bogeyman but by the real life threat of enemy supernaturals who might come creeping into their community to kill them in their sleep, Caia is used to the darkness she s used to the mystery and the intrigue of the ancient underworld war she s bound to by chance of birth What she s having trouble with are pack members treating her with wary suspicion, the Elders tucking secrets behind their backs out of her sightline, and her young Alpha, Lucien, distracting her, with a dangerous attraction, from her decision to uncover the truth.But as the saying goes the truth will out and when it does, Caia will only have so long to prepare herself before the war comes pounding on their door threatening to destroy the safe, secret lives of the wolves and the girl they protect.YA Paranormal Romance recommended for ages 16 and up.
Moon Spell Enter a world of fierce wolves stunning magic and romanceIt s bad enough feeling different among the human crowd but feeling different among wolves No one said returning to her pack would be easy e

  • Title: Moon Spell
  • Author: Samantha Young
  • ISBN: 9781466437715
  • Page: 313
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Have you ever felt like you don't want to stop reading a certain book? Well, that happens to me when I read Lunarmorte by Sam Young. It's a story about werewolves, whose origins are said to be related to Greek gods. The characters in this book are well-described, and they really shine with their respective personalities.I'll get on with the good parts first. Because of the werewolves' relationship to the Gods, I believe, the author inserted a few funny phrases which are, in truth, refreshing and [...]

    2. Second re-read: 03.11.15I know, I just know that I'll be re-reading this yet again soon. It's bloody amazing!Re-read 24.03.2014This book is still one of my favorites! I love it from the beginning to the end! It's a great book, and I recommend it to everyone!:) It's even better the second time reading it!!!New rate (BTW): 5 Stars."Moon Spell" By Samantha Young was great! I love the story, and I love the characters! This book gets 4.5 stars from me.Something inside Lucien split open.With a shock o [...]

    3. I’ve never liked werewolf books, don’t know why, but I really want to find at least one book in the werewolf genre that can go on my favourites shelf, that’s why I really wanted to like Moon Spell. Unfortunately, I did not and my favourites shelf remains werewolf free. The heroine, Caia, is one of the reasons the book sucked. She’s a straight out Mary Sue complete with all the traits that I absolutely hate seeing in my protagonists. Here’s what I’m talking about :She is an orphan.Has [...]

    4. I absolutely loved this book! Although, I read it a while ago and usually don't leave reviews, I must say I still think about this book sometimesa clear indication of how good it was! So I figured from one book lover to another, (especially one who is easily swayed on her next book choice by great reviews from other readers on ) it was my duty to leave a quick review to urge others to read it! It really was quite captivating. All of the characters and subplots were interesting, and everything ju [...]

    5. Found it hard to like Lucien when he was so controlling and violent. Hard to like Caia for not standing up to him enough. I really really liked the premise of the story but couldn't get over how unhealthy the romantic relationship was. The book could have had potential if the writer had hired a good editor to get rid of the ridiculous amount of grammatical errors along with the overly long and nonsensical plot. I actually found myself wondering throughout the book whether someone had even proofr [...]

    6. Her future was set into motion long before Caia Ribeiro was born. Gaia, Mother of all the gods, had grown tired of the war that her children waged upon each other. In her infinite wisdom she set forth a plan that would eventually stop the war. And unbeknownst to Caia, she was at the very heart of it.Hidden away from her pack for ten years after her family was killed by The Hunter, an enemy of Pack Errante and member of the Midnight Coven, Caia is finally allowed to return home. But her return is [...]

    7. I liked the idea, and was even entertained by moon spell,  but I can't really say I liked itr can i understand how on earth this got so many 4 and 5 star reviews!the pacing felt wrong and so did some of the reactions of the  characters, main and secondary alikee pack would find something out, and I'd think they would do one thing, but then they do something else that IMO wouldn't make sense in the situationwhich managed to pull me outta the story more than onced there are a lot of things never [...]

    8. Utterly fantastic. Like repeatedly hitting the 5 star button fantastic.Ahh, I never thought I'd get a chance to read this book. I've always wanted to read one of Samantha Young's books, but I don't have a Kindle (I have a Nook) and I never had access to them (because I still can't find them on the Nook!), so basically I never thought it would be possible. When I heard of this reading challenge, it just so happened to coincide with my mom getting a Kindle Fire as a birthday present. Needless to s [...]

    9. LOVE!!!! Everything I have read by Sam blows me away and Moon Spell is no different I have had this series sitting in my kindle for a while and as Shelley and I were talking about our group readsI thought, this series would be the best to start our group reads withOf course Shelley agreed b/c it was her who really got me so hooked to Sam. Anyway, what a fantastic story of a wolf pack. And Moon Spell is not your typical story of wolf packs either. I mean, sure, there are some underlying similarit [...]

    10. Bored out of my mind! Not much really going on other than "poor me, I like him, does he like me?" There was just no "oomph" to this! I even skipped quite a few pages in hopes to find something happening but noooo, just the same "filler" page after page

    11. celebrityreaders.wordpress4 stars -- After a less than impressive first read by this author, I actually picked this book next because it had less "good" reviews by my friends than the other paranormal series I have by her, and I kind of wanted to get the "bad" book out of the way if that makes sense. So I was actually pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed this book! It had some of the pitfalls of the other book I read (Smokeless Fire) -- a bit of info dumping in places, but not nearly as ba [...]

    12. This was my second Samantha Young YA read this week (the other was the Warriors of Ankh book 1), and she's impressed me yet again. I actually preferred this story, with a love story that was somewhat more front and center, some crazy-hot lykans, and lots of thrills and teen angst, it's a great start for a compelling YA series. Leading lady Caia is a strong and fierce heroine even though she's been hidden away from her for years kind out of protection. She's not who she thinks she is, and I'm rea [...]

    13. By the goddess this is a fantastic book. Caia the heroin of the story has lived a life sheltered from her pack family because a ruthless killer is on the loose and means to kill her as well as the pack. Because she is deemed an abomination for being part lykan and magik. Her Senior year in high school Caia is brought home to her pack, where she is reintroduced into a life that seems so long ago. With many ups and downs, teenage angst, and trying to fit in with the pack Caia falls in love with Lu [...]

    14. First I have to say I am pretty horrible with writing reviews. I read these well written synopsis type reviews and think , WOW! I fall in love with characters and stories. When I finish a book and miss the characters and wish for more of their story that is when I know a book has moved me. I literally could not put my Kindle down, when I wasn't reading the book I was thinking about the book, about what was to come. This book did all of that and more. I started it for a book reading group and kne [...]

    15. Gotta say I'm a bit apprehensive and bummed by the current outcome of Caia's and Lucien's relationship. I was confused on where Lucien stands in his feelings for Caia. I at first thought he was becoming strongly in-love with Caia, but now I'm confused by his actions and stuff he said. I ended up feeling just as confused and bummed like Caia. I'm also really mad that if he didn't love her like I thought, and only really cares a lot for her, then he shouldn't have slept with her. Not cool in my bo [...]

    16. I downloaded this book all the way back in January when it was free on - it got lost in all the hundreds of books on my kindle and was sat sadly, alone and forgotten about :(It only saw the light of day again thanks to a reading challenge set by TSK TSK.All I can say is "Thank you TSK TSK!!!" Such a fantastic book with a fast paced story and well drawn characters. I LOVED Lucien, and his interactions with Caia - in fact, I loved all the characters, both good and bad.I really don't want to ruin [...]

    17. It's an ok book.A nothing original story.A Meh romance.Overall, more of the same stuff as always.Audiobook: The narrator is good, however, it doesn't work for this book. The main character is suppose to be a teenager and yet she sounds like and old lady.

    18. This wasn't bad at all. Being an adult I've moved away from the YA genre due to the typical trope, and because the stories don't interest me as much. However I had seen this book repeatedly in my recommendations section. I kept passing it by but I kept looking at it too. Finally I added it to my TBRs and planned this month to read it and I am NOT disappointed.Caia pronounced Kaya is a 17 year old werewolf or lykan. She has been in hiding with fellow pack member Irina or whatever. For the past 1 [...]

    19. Originally posted on my blog: feministfairytalereviewss I love werewolf stories and am always fascinated by the way authors depict their transformation and their interactions with each other. Moon Spell is a great example of how to introduce readers to an indepth paranormal world while still maintaining an interesting plot from beginning to end and well-written characters.The heroine of the book is Caia who has been kept separated from her pack ever since her parents' untimely death years ago. F [...]

    20. Reviewed @ Girls Without a Bookshelf.I am fascinated by the way this book bridges the classic and the contemporary in such a flawless way. The coming together of Greek mythology, of shapeshifters, vampires and even fairies holds this book together - with a sprinkle of romance, mystery and action, Lunarmorte is a fabulous start to a promising new trilogy!Fresh and original, the book first introduces the reader into the background of the plot through its prologue. It's darn good introduction to th [...]

    21. Moon Spell (The Tale of Lunarmorte #1)by Samantha Young 5 stars Enter a world of fierce wolves, stunning magic and romanceIt’s bad enough feeling different among the human crowd, but feeling different among wolves?No one said returning to her pack would be easy, especially after ten years without them, but seventeen year old Caia Ribeiro is unprepared for the realities of the transition. Raised in a world where kids aren’t scared by bedtime tales of the bogeyman but by the real life threat o [...]

    22. 4.5 starsLunarmorte is a fantastic debut book, that is rich in detail and rooted in ancient greek mythology. It was so fascinating to read, and I'm not sure which hooked me more, the history of the story or the story itself. The characters were easy to relate to and I completely fell in love with them. I loved Samantha's unique spin with her character's paranormal gifts, as she threw together a great mix with lykans, witches, faeries, and vampyres. I absolutely loved Lunarmorte's wolves. I reall [...]

    23. I'm only half way through and its amazing! I love Caia shes freakin awesome. Its killing me that I can't figure out who the spy is though or whatever Caia is. Ahhh must. read. fasterWARNINGPurchase of this book WILL result in the immediate purchase of the next book.Not that is not totally worth it! If the next is even half as good as this one. whoa boy. This book kicked my mental ass. The secrets the twists ahhh!:):)Ok So Caia. Love her. Shes strong and powerful and nice and caring and funny and [...]

    24. Well I was pretty excited to read this book, I thought hey this could be good! Nope. From the main character being like what 17? and the love interest 24? really? (view spoiler)[and not to mention they have sex!! like what the hell? (hide spoiler)] I found the relationship between the two just awkward to say the least and at some times uncomfortable. What probably bothered me the most from this book was the random events the author just threw into the novel that did not seem relevant to the plot [...]

    25. I am a huge fan of Samantha Young’s most recent work (On Dublin Street, Down London Road) and have been meaning to read her earlier work since they have been sitting on my Kindle for so long, but I never could get around to it. Thankfully Moon Spell worked for a group challenge I’m in and I jumped at the chance to finally delve into this world. Although the writing was a little rocky and the story a bit confusing here and there, I really loved this book. The characters were interesting and t [...]

    26. This one was a difficult choice for me. The sample ended right as the kids all showed up at High School. Brought back Beautiful Creatures and Twilight nightmares. It was, however, a long sample and I enjoyed it right up until the point the arrived at school. So, after a few weeks of deliberations (and a couple new releases on my "autobuy" list) I decided to jump in with the $3.99 and get this.I enjoyed it so much I immediately purchased the 2nd.Another thing that discouraged me was that I found [...]

    27. At 7 years old Caia Ribeiro was put into hiding after her parents were killed by The Hunter, an enemy of her Lycan pack Erante. After the death of the Hunter it is safe for Caia to rejoin her pack. 10 years of living a human like existence makes rejoining her pack feel like a daunting task. The pack has mixed emotions about her return. Pack Alpha Lucien notices her right away and his family welcomes her with open arms. Most of the pack sees her as an outsider, a possible threat. Her blonde hair, [...]

    28. So I finished this book last night and I must say I absolutely LOVED it. So you have Caia a wolf that was sent away from her pack for ten years finally she comes back and it's hard for her to adapt she blames herself for alot of things that has happened. Then we have Lucien the alpha of the pack he is a hotty but I felt he made quiet a few bad choices and I totally understand where caia was coming from I would of felt the exact same way and reacted the same way! You'll have to read to find out m [...]

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