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(Pinnacle – Book 1)
by Ann Denton
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Medium Burn, PNR RH, Academy
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited
Down & Dirty
An unexpected gem in a sea of Academy Reverse Harem’s – witty, plot thick and entertaining, it’s free on Kindle Unlimited.
What is it about?
(Blurb from GoodReads)
No one wants to be sent to Academie Metamorphose, the magical academy for delinquents.
No one but me.
I’ve purposely gotten kicked out of three prestigious academies. It’s taken two and a half years.
Finally, I’m about to get put into their reform program.
And I’m thrilled.
Not about the shit classes at this boarding school. Definitely not about the intense physical regimen.
I’m excited because this academy is the perfect recruiting grounds for what I need: a force, a detonator, and a tock with loose morals and an affinity for breaking the rules.
I need a powerful, heartless crew, because I’m about to pull off the magical heist of the century.
This is a medium burn reverse harem romance intended for adult audiences.
Thoughts on Magical Academy for Delinquents
I had this sitting in my TBR far longer than I should have. A lull in reading caused me to choose it next, and I am So glad I did! Not only is this a hefty book, it’s ripe with detail, intrigue, emotion and intent.
First person, PNR RH, it encompasses everything you want in this genre while building a unique world that take familiar stereotypes and tweaks them just enough to be original. Magic, mayhem, shifters and vampires – it’s all here, backed by a political undertone strikingly appropriate for corporate minded America. One thing? Painful cliffhanger. Painful!
First Person, Single POV
Mature – Medium Burn
Character Age Range
My Final Verdict on Magical Academy for Delinquents
Great characters that embodies both the drive of conviction and the foibles of humanity, this is a surprisingly intense novel set in the Reverse Harem Genre – an Academy one at that. Fast moving yet free flowing, it’s a bit heated and sometimes, hysterical. Free on Kindle Unlimited.
Published February 16th, 2020
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