Review: Supernatural Academy: Year Two by Jaymin Eve

Length: 367 pages

Published: September 24, 2019

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Source: Kindle Unlimited

Synopsis

Year Two at the Academy! The year of purple.

Maddison James learned a lot about life last year. Only important stuff, of course. Like how to breathe under water, how to turn an arrow into a weapon, and how to fall in love.

Asher Locke. The one who stole her heart. The one who showed her the truth of her past and … hopefully her future.

Now it’s just time for them to live happily ever after.

Only the gods have different plans. And with Atlantis rising, Maddi isn’t sure she’ll survive long enough to even finish her second year, let alone have any sort of future.

Even worse, the sadistic Atlantean gods want to break her before they kill her. But Maddi has been underestimated before, and she has hidden strengths they’ll never see coming.

Year of purple … bring it on.

This is book two in the Supernatural Academy series. Full length at 105k words.

My Thoughts 💭

This book was just as captivating as the first! We finally learn more about what Maddie really is. Every time you think things are going back to normal something else crazy happens. Asher will protect his mate no matter what. Maddie is no pushover and will not tolerate being treated poorly or pushed away. I’m absolutely loving this series and I can’t wait to read what’s next for them. The other characters are so loveable as well! I can’t wait for year of the aqua hair!

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