Overview of the Tale of Lunarmorte trilogy by Samantha Young.
I just finished this series for the second time, and still enjoyed it. Samantha Young’s Tale of Lunarmorte trilogy is a supernatural tale of good versus evil. Caia is a young lykan (wolf shifter) who at the age of eight loses her mother and father, and is forced into hiding with a female from her pack. At age seventeen she returns, somewhat ignorant, as to why the secrecy of her hiding, and why her pack leader is still keeping her in the dark after her return. Throughout the tale, Caia learns what happened, who she is, and what is to be expected of her in the war between Daylights (good supernaturals) and Midnights (evil supernaturals). Furthermore, she finds out her true position in her pack, and why people are trying to kidnap and/or kill not only her, but her best friend Jaeden. Throughout her trails she is aided not only by her pack, but other lykans, elemental magiks (witches), faeries, vampyres, and an old Prophet who only shows up when it suits him. With the blessing of the goddess Gaia, Caia hopes she can fulfill her purpose and make it out of the war with all those she loves still alive.
The trilogy falls in this order: Moon Spell, River Cast, and Blood Solstice. On the Nook Color they are over or about 700 pages long, each. I have only found them to be available on the Nooks or Kindles. The trilogy is based off of the inner turmoil of a teenager, and as such, there is little to no sexual content. Thus, it is teen fiction and I believe age appropriate.