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Term Three is in session. Let the games begin.

I’m back at the Nightworld Academy and looking forward to a new term, but life isn't any easier. I’m still reeling from the events at the Winter Ball and Tobias’s revelation. Now, a new face on campus is about to throw everything into turmoil.

My relationship with the guys grows more complicated. I’m worried Ash is drifting away from me. I’m no closer to finding how to stop Jamie’s death, and my feelings for Andrei confuse us both. Amelia’s also behaving oddly, and I’m worried she’s planning something stupid. Is somebody trying to pull us apart?

Add in the rivalry of the academy games, and this term will test friendships.

A prank leads to a frightening and confusing vision unlike anything I’ve experienced, and I’m now certain the biggest danger to the academy is somebody or something already here.

Amidst all the confusion, one thing is clear. I need to work on perfecting my new abilities and holding us together before the Dominion infiltrate the academy and my new world comes crashing down. 

Please note: This is the third book in this upper YA/NA series of magic academy books. The main characters are 18 and older, and this is a slow burn RH. Contains mature content. Term One and Two must be listened to first.

Scroll up and buy now to listen to this gripping new academy series filled with magic, mayhem, and romance!

©2019 Lisa Swallow (P)2019 Lisa Swallow

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  • Johanna
  • 2020-02-13

Less whining please!

I had high hopes for this book, since I like the overall storyline with the mystery, but got put off by all the whining Meave, the lead character, was doing. She went from trusting to not trusting, to trusting to not trusting her friends and a lot of whining in between about how confused she is. The storyline is good and I enjoy the story as a whole and I will definitely be reading the fifth book as it comes out but I hope the author create Maeves character stronger and more confident, with a lot less whining ;)

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  • A.B.C.
  • 2020-01-05


This series takes the 'slow burn' the a whole new level. I can't even finish it because at this point, I don't even really care. All 3 books of the series could have been one decent book without all of it dragging out.