Catalyst Moon #Review
Posted by brriske
In Aredia magic is feared, and those who can use it are kept like prisoners, away from ‘civilised’ people. They’re guarded by sentinels, an order of oath bound warriors all sworn to protect the world from magic.
In addition to a well-crafted world, the author has created fully-developed secondary characters in a genre where secondary characters are more likely to be stereotypes and caricatures rather than well thought-out, fully-distinguishable characters. I look forward to reading more in this series so I can find out whether Kali and Stonewall are able to pursue the friendship that began on their arduous journey. I also want to learn more about some of the secondary characters like the twins, Milo and Mira.
There are some allusions to sex, but there is nothing more explicit than heavy petting in this installment. Also, while the book ends in such a way as to indicate there will likely be future books in the series, it is not a cliffhanger ending, which I definitely appreciate. I very rarely give 5-star reviews, so we’ll done, indeed.
Reviewed by HR Duby for Romance Authors that Rock