I read this book really quickly. In fact I read it in the early hours of the morning when I couldn't sleep.
It was a good story and it certainly was different to anything I've read before but I did have a few problems with it.
1. There were so many grammar errors throughout the whole book. One or two I can let slip but there were so many. It just didn't seem like it had been edited properly, if at all.
2. This is the first time I've not liked the male protagonist in a book in a long time. I actually started off really liking Lucien and understanding why he was so aggresive - he's the pack leader after all. But all the lies he told Caia just infuriated me.
3. Caia was a good character, I liked her but I hated how she didn't stand up to Lucien more. She had a right to know about her past etc and he refused to let her know and it was like when he said "no" she just backed down. And although she kept telling Lucien she wasn't "a child" I found myself wondering how much she actually believed of that. She was a likeable character but not very strong in my opinion.
Having said the things I didn't like about Moon Spell, there were however lots of things I did like about.
The story was unique and well thought out in terms of plot. It was gripping and I enjoyed reading it. I enjoyed reading the history of the pack etc. It was interesting and definitely explained a lot.
At this point, I'm unsure if I'll continue the series but I'll read a few reviews before I completely cross it off.