Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Wanted Wednesday: Night School by Mari Mancusi

Summary: Vampires, Slayers and...FAIRIES? Sunny and Rayne McDonald are about to get SCHOOLED.

After their parents' shocking revelation about their fae heritage and an attack on their lives, the McDonald twins find themselves on the run—forced to hide out at Riverdale Academy , a boarding school for vampire slayers, deep in the Swiss Alps. With no cells, no internet, and no way to contact their vampire boyfriends—the twins are on their own.

Being a vampire stuck in a school full of slayers isn't easy. Especially with no blood substitute stocked on campus. Soon Rayne finds herself succumbing to her bloodlust and losing control—especially around the arrogant, but devastatingly handsome Corbin Billingsworth the

Third—who isn't sure whether he wants to kiss her...or kill her.

But when Sunny starts acting strange, Rayne realizes Riverdale Academy may be hiding some deadly secrets of its own—leading to a showdown in Fairyland that may cost the twins their lives. Source

After reading Bad Blood, I am so excited to get back into the Blood Coven series! I missed being in Rayne's p

perspective and it was so awesome to go into Sunny's POV. I loved hearing about their boyfriends and the constant struggle Sunny has because she's a human with a powerful vampire and how Rayne's a vampire hunter plus a vampire herself!

I know Night School is already on shelves, but I am so ready to read it. I want to be caught up by time Blood Ties (August 2) comes out! From the reviews I heard of Night School, it's getting mixed responses. Some people love it while others miss the boyfriends and feel that the fae world seems a little too much like Disney's version of it. I guess I'll just have to judge for myself! I hope that this book really compliments the rest of the series!
Peace and Fangs,

1 comment:

  1. Ive just finished this book, Im a new follower :)


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