- File Size: 7918 KB
- Print Length: 337 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Ninja Newt Publishing, LLC (June 2, 2020)
- Publication Date: June 2, 2020
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B084WWPKV1
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,118 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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First, this book ends on a cliffhanger... I knew that going in, but for the love of chocolate that was rough.
As the second installment in the Midnight Fae Academy series, Aflora is torn between her mistrust of her three mates and her desire to give into them. Shade is full of secrets and riddles, always trying to act unfazed, but weighed by his knowledge of the future. Kols has accepted their bond despite being a jerk in the beginning, but has to protect Aflora and his throne. Zeph is a warrior who doesn't know how to handle the emotions his Earth Fae mate stirs up in him while still hiding both Kols and his mate bond to her. All while distrusting Shade and making their quad unstable and incohesive. A mystery link to Aflora's past has also surfaced, but is he a distant memory or another, more soul reaching tie?
I love this series so much. It has action, flawed characters, steam, and a fast moving plot that is always building. There weren't many elements of the academy life in this book, but I felt that was not the most important part of the story and more of an atmosphere that heightened the plot. There were also moments when in Shade's head that I was still confused because there is still so much we don't know about his backstory and end game. The epilogue left me saying, "Wait, what?" over and over as I was reading, too, which caused confusion to my nearby fur babies.
The relationship bonds that were strengthened felt organic and each of her mates connect with Aflora in a different way, which made it easy to separate each man, but also gave a new depth to each and understanding. Nothing is at it seems and I know that the next book will not only answer my exorbitant amount of questions, but provide a phenomenal conclusion to Aflora's story...though I wouldn't be sad if more books happened because her three men (maybe four?) are....mhmmm. I'm glad I only have to wait a few months to get the conclusion.
So book one was really to lull us into a sense of comfort and give us a sense of happiness so Lexi C. Foss could mentally screw with our heads in book two and leave us devastated and in need of therapy.
You shouldn't be reading this if you haven't read book uno, so shame on you if you spoil yourself. Book two begins immediately where one left off in Shade's chambers, with Zeph and the guards showing up, and Aflora vowing vengeance on her mates. You should be all girl power at this point even if you have an inkling that this is a misunderstanding because women need to stick together against the patriarchal rule that is the Nacht Dynasty.
So much of Midnight Fae Academy Book Two is emotionally yo-yo-ing that I don't have the words to write a review. This book is incredible, but my brain is fried.
Shadow, who is still my favorite, gets much more filled out as a character and still manages to remain mysterious and somewhat the villain--despite getting the chance to explain his choices. Kols and Zeph get to be sexy together, as well as sexy with Aflora, and we get the receipts in book two. Those are some hot receipts. Zeph--you are a naughty, naughty Headmaster. And, Kols, what does forbidden taste like?--Asking for a friend.
There are many crazy twists and turns in this that you will not know where she is going with this until you are there despite seeing the signs. Even when you CAN see it, the path to it isn't the one you thought you would take. Lexi C. Foss is ever a mastermind. I am still clearly a fan.
This episode was IDK
All kinds of white-knuckling my kindle WTH moments
Book two opens right where we left off -
Our little earth fae Aflora
Locked up -Betrayed - Cold and Alone
Trapped in a misogynistic world she doesn't understand, being judged for a crime she didn't commit
But like so many things in the dark fae realm -
Nothing is what it seems
This (if you can believe it) blew away the first book in this trilogy
I thought book one was intense -
This took "emotional roller coaster" to a whole new level
And the secrets? How could you?
The lies? The self-sacrifice?
Aflora stay strong - believe - under all that pain and betrayal you know the truth
Shade you can do this - you have done it before - believe
Zeph I kind of like you
Kol you are still a bit of a horse's backside
I know I say this repetitively but it's because it's true
Foss has a gift.
Each release she gives to her readers is an innovative story line filled with idiosyncratic characters and the most ingenious world-building
Every. Single. Time.