Monday, February 24, 2020

Review: A Rebel Witch by Ashley McLeo @amcleowrites


A Rebel Witch
Spellcasters Spy Academy
by Ashley McLeo
Published: February 24, 2020
Publisher: Meraki Press
Genre: Magic, Witches, Wizards, Paranormal, New Adult, Young Adult, Supernatural


Blurb:

The evil queen of demons is after me.

But as long as she remains in Hell, I’m safe.

I hope . . .


Now that I’m participating in the Spy Games—a dangerous competition between magical spy academies—I’ve increased the risk of the queen’s minions finding and dragging me to the depths of the underworld.

In fact, with each passing Spy Game event, it becomes more obvious exactly why the queen wants me.

Most of the time my studies, relationships, and the tournament keep the looming threat of abduction out my mind.

But when someone I love is taken by the demons, I must act.

And face the powerful queen of Hell head-on.

A Rebel Witch is a fantasy academy book that features a tournament of supernatural spies, heartwarming friendships, enduring love, and magic-fueled action.



My Review:

Odette, Alex, and Diana are all back at Spellcasters Academy for their second year. This year things are going to be a little different as the students have a chance to enter the spy games. There will four games each being hosted by a different academy.

Odie has been marked by a demon that is looking for her and with Odie deciding to participate in the spy game it makes her more accessible for the demons to find her.

The schools magical wards have been strengthened to help ward off any demons but will it be enough to keep them out? Odie knows the dangers of her joining the spy games but is willing to take the risk because if she wins the result could be amazing for her in the end.

Their second year at the academy is harder than their first as their training is taken up a notch and is tougher. The second year students get to go on real spy missions all by themselves with their teammates or partners.

A Rebel Witch is a fun and exciting read with lots of action with the spy games and fighting with demons. The world building just seems to grow and get better and better as each of its secrets is revealed. The characters magic has grown so much and the students are growing stronger.

In A Rebel Witch we get to visit some of the other academies. We are also introduced to some new characters like vampires, werewolves and fairies. I really like books where witches, fae, werewolves, vampires and other paranormal creatures are all in the same story and most of them get along with each other and can be friends of sorts and will help each other.

As always I highly recommend A Rebel Witch to all fans of witches, demons, vampires, werewolves and fae. One click your copy today!

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