/ Arc Book Review / Midnight Fae Academy: Book Four (Midnight Fae Academy #4) / Lexi C. Foss / – Beckie Bookworm


Release Date-April 30th 2021 Genre-Reverse Harem Fantasy Romance

Kindle Edition-300 Pages

Welcome to the Midnight Fae world. It’s bloody. Dark.

And led by an ancient vampire who needs to die.

My days as a pawn in this war are over. I’m taking over as queen on this board, and in my version of the game, everyone bows to the queen. Even Constantine Nacht.

He thinks he’s clever by roping me into these ascension trials, all meant to kill me and my mates. But I’m going to prove him wrong. We’re stronger than he thinks.

And we’re going to make him bleed.

Earth Fae are all about life. Midnight Fae prefer death. I’m a mixture of both.

So let’s see what happens when life marries death, shall we?

Hand over my crown, Constantine.
It’s time for you to kneel for your queen.

Author’s Note: This is the conclusion to the dark paranormal “why choose” Midnight Fae Academy series. It’s strongly recommended that these books be read in order.

Midnight Fae Academy: Book Four by Lexi C. Foss
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the conclusion I’d been waiting for especially after that explosive finale we were given in book three.
Here we get to see Aflora finally grasp the mantle of her powers with the help of her four mates and totally come into her own.

This was fast-paced with the action as well as the heat. The burn was high here as Aflora’s mate circle not only affirmed their bonds with her but also forging internal dynamics amongst themselves.

This brought resolution and closure to everything we had been building up to finally closing a chapter whilst also setting up new directions for future story arcs within this world.

This series does need to be read in order and this is the final piece. I’ve greatly enjoyed the journey to get to this point in time and totally recommend this imaginative reverse harem fantasy romance it’s definitely been quite the ride.

I voluntary reviewed a copy of Midnight Fae Academy Book 4.


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