/ Arc Review / Midnight Fae Academy: Book Two (Midnight Fae Academy #2) / Lexi C. Foss / – Beckie Bookworm

ARC REVIEW

Release Date-June 2nd 2020
Genre-Fantasy Reverse-Harem Romance
Kindle Edition-326 Pages

I’m in purgatory. Hell. A Midnight Fae dungeon.

All because my mates betrayed me.

Shade swears he’s innocent. Zeph promises that what he did was for my own best interest.

Meanwhile, Kols isn’t apologetic in the slightest, his cocky arrogance claiming fate intervened at just the right moment.

I hate them all. Crave them, too.

And now I have to work with them to solve a millennia-old secret, one that involves my true heritage.

Except our digging has awoken an ancient power and it’s threatening to destroy the Midnight Fae realm with its vengeance.

If only the Academy offered courses in mediation. I could use one of those right about now. Because as it turns out, I’m the only one with the power to stop this thing from taking over.

And I have to rely on my mates to help guide me.

Welcome to Midnight Fae Academy, where the classes are useless and the male fae are all jackholes. Wish me luck.

Author’s Note: This is a dark paranormal why choose trilogy with bully romance (enemies-to-lovers) elements. Despite Aflora’s opinions on the matter, there will definitely be biting. Shadow, a.k.a. Shade, guarantees it. This book ends on a cliffhanger.

MY REVIEW
Midnight Fae Academy: Book Two by Lexi C. Foss
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was so bloody fantastic I loved the first book but this one Knocked it out the park. This really was in a league all its own. It’s a non-stop ride filled with secrets intrigue and magic and wow that finale really brings it. I so need the final piece of this trilogy like now. In this second book, I felt we got to know Shade, Kols and Zeph inside out. There motives and characters laid bare and becoming much more transparent. All we learned of in book one is amplified here and bonds are strengthened and solidified. I felt all of Aflora’s mate bonds intimately and the connections and personal chemistry between them all is red hot both on an emotional and physical level there really is no weak link here. I still myself have a slight bias towards Shade with all of his riddles and meddling but Kols and Zeph have definitely redeemed themselves in this and it’s plain to see they have a deep regard and affection now for Aflora. Much more than was displayed in the first book. I also have such a large well of emotion towards Shade and the hard choices he really has been put through an emotional ringer in regards to what he must do for them all to ensure that they all come out on top here. Going against his instincts even if it means he loses his mate in the process he will make the hard choices to keep her safe. Every choice he makes here is for a reason even if at the same time he struggles to do what must be done he knows that failure is not an option. There are also some new players introduced to the mix here and a certain somebody who stepped up and surprised me showing-casing there hidden character didn’t see that one coming. This was definitely an easy pages turner and I was enthralled and invested in the evolving events reading this in one sitting. This series is fantastic much better than I was expecting. I mean I knew I was going to enjoy it as this author never fails to disappoint but this one is in a class of its own. I highly recommend this series and I can’t wait to get my hands on the conclusion.

I voluntarily reviewed a copy of midnight Fae Academy Book Two.

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