Title: December, January, February
Series: High School Magical Book 4-6
Author’s Name: Deirdre Riordan Hall
Page Count: 150 Pages
Author or Book Website: www.deirdreriordanhall.com
Link to Amazon purchase page: December, January, February
Link to Goodreads: December, January, February
Release Date: N/A
How I Got the Book: Review Copy
Summary of the Book:
Book 2 in the High School Magical series. She’s a wish witch. He’s moody and mysterious. They hate each other, but it’s up to them to save the boarding school from the Soul Snatchers.
After the headmaster at Applemoor Academy for the Magically Talented finally explains a forbidden prophecy to Maija, he answers some important questions but leaves her with more. Namely, what’s a witch who hardly knows how to wave her wand to do—besides flirt with Bobby Gold, be infuriated by JJ Thorne, and sneak pie from the dining hall?
When the Coven Constabulary, aka the magical police, question her about matters graver than stealing pie, she’s sure she was at the wrong place at the wrong time. However, according to her professor, there’s no such thing as coincidence.
Rumors about a campus secret society suggest the Soul Snatchers aren’t acting alone and if they’re not dispelled soon, they’ll multiply, threatening magicals beyond campus. On the night of the Sweetheart dance, the tension between two not-quite-friends, a student attack, a chocolate fountain explosion, and Marauders ruin the night and Maija’s hopes for something special with her date.
Her problems outweigh the beast from the east discovered on school grounds when she learns not everyone is who they seem—even the hottest and moodiest ones—and members of the magical community hide dark secrets from the past. It’s up to Maija to reverse a legendary curse, but she hasn’t quite perfected her spellwork.
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. This book continues the storyline. The danger continues to build in this series, but this book took the time to build in the relationships even with everything going on. She is told about the prophecy. The Soul Snatcher kind of make me wonder a few things. I loved that this was a little faster pace then the last book. Ready for the next one.
My Rating of the Book: 4 Stars