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Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite
The Moon Warriors by Kayla Krantz is a short paranormal tale of the war between witches and demons. The war has lasted for many centuries but, right now, a tentative peace exists, a barrier between the two sides. The peace treaty states that neither side may cross the barrier or all bets are off. Talia wants to know who killed Ian, the man she loved, and she knows the answers lie on the demon’s side. So, she crosses the boundary and immediately runs into a demon called Marcus. In short order, he turns everything she ever believed on its head. When the two run afoul of Reddick, they must go on a quest for the demons and that quest takes them back to Talia’s side. With the help of Mushroom, Talia’s familiar, they must fulfill the quest and find out who was behind Ian’s death – Talia soon learns the hard way that you can’t always trust those who are closest to you.
The Moon Warriors by Kayla Krantz is an exciting, fun story that takes you on a dark journey. Along the way, romance blossoms, beliefs are turned upside down and truths are revealed. This story grabs you from the very first page and, it being a short story, I read it in one sitting – partly because I didn’t want to put it down until the end. The main characters were really well developed and, in a short space, you got to know them really well and, yes, you will be rooting for both a witch and a demon! There is a lot going on in the plot, plenty of gripping action, a few twists you may not see coming and a lot of fun. The way it ended gives me hope that there is a sequel; if not, there should be because this is a story that deserves to be expanded. Great read, I really enjoyed it.