Series: Raven Academy #1
Author: A. Caprice
Pages: 237 pages
Version: Ebook (ARC)
The Raven Academy could save my life … if it doesn’t kill me first.
Waitressing might pay my bills, but it’s my cage fighting at night that really cranks my gears. Until some weird hidden power helped me win a fight. Now no one wants to step in the ring with me.
And my life is going from weird to worse. The same night a werewolf tried to tear out my throat, a guy shows up telling me magic exists AND goes on to prove it. And, oh yeah, my life is in danger now that my abilities have started to show.
Apparently the answer is for me to follow this hottie professor to some Raven Academy and learn magic. School was never my jam, but at least this one comes with a hot demon who’s helping me train and a sexy fellow student who seems to be interested in more than just study hall. Throw in Professor Sexy Pants tutoring me privately to improve my magic, and it’s every girl’s dream.
Until I find out I’m part of some save-the-world prophecy, and the fate of all supernatural creatures rests on my shoulders. Great.
If my sexy consorts and I can’t pummel my magic into shape soon, we’re all doomed…
Magic Misfit is the first book in the Raven Academy series, a reverse harem romance with a university-age heroine having all the fun. Get this book if you like kick-ass heroines, steamy heroes, and smexy scenes so hot they’ll steam up your e-reader. All characters are 18+.
This book was provided by the author through Xpresso Book Tours in exchange for an honest review. Thank you A. Caprice and Xpresso Book Tours!
Magic Misfit is the first book in the Raven Academy series and tells the story of Delaney and her three men, Bane, Gareth and Dante.
Magic Misfit is the first book I’ve read by A. Caprice and I liked it! The synopsis sounded really interesting and I wanted to know more about Delaney and her men. I liked the story in general and the characters too, but I missed something. The story had so much potential, but there were a few things missing for me.
I usually really like the main character but I just couldn’t connect to Delaney. I was often disappointed by her and she couldn’t manage to do one thing right… As for the men, I really liked their descriptions. I could easily see myself falling for them, although I didn’t really like their possessiveness. Don’t get me wrong, I often like it when there are alpha males in books, but not in this one.
Although I have mentioned a few things that I didn’t like about this book, I still liked the ending. It makes you want to read the other books in the series. I think that this book was good but there are a few things that could’ve been better. However, I’m still looking forward to reading the other books in the series.