Your quick Magic Academy fix!
Kurt's habit of skulking at the Bellevue Café finally pays off when he meets Emma Summers, an exchange student at Vesely Academy.
The promise of true love beats in Kurt's heart when he meets Emma, but appearances can be deceiving.
One of them is not what they seem.
One of them has kept a secret for three hundred years.
True love, ancient magic, and unspeakable evil clash in a world where the thread that binds the extraordinary has been broken, and a fated romance may be lost at the break of dawn.
Reminiscent of the Victorian Penny Dreadfuls, these stories are fast-paced and deliver a paranormal kick that will leave you thirsty for more!
Sit back, relax, and get ready to leap into a magical journey in the first installment of this Academy Mini-Series by USA TODAY Bestselling Author, Silvana G. Sánchez.
So utterly bad…
What was bad about this story? Let me count the ways:
1) The plot (witch meets vampire) was tedious, with occasional irruptions of brief scenes that didn’t connect to the rest of it, and apparently were written to pad the word count.
2) The characters were self-absorbed creeps, concerned only for themselves.
3) The writing was maybe fourth-grade level. Kind of bad pulp, combined with misused words, and lusterless phrases and cliches. Really, this is a bestselling author? No wonder people say that modern science fiction and fantasy has gone down the drain, with evidence like this to support the assertion.
What was good about this story? Well, it was short. It was free. And it gave me yet another name to add to my list of authors to avoid.