Series: Fallen Fae Academy #2
Author’s Name: Rachel Angel
Publisher: Romance On The Go
Genre: Academy Reversed Harem Paranormal Bully Romance
Author or Book Website: N/A
Link to Amazon purchase page: Transformation
Link to Goodreads: Transformation
Release Date: N/A
How I Got the Book: ARC
Summary of the Book:
“At Fallen Fae Academy, the magic will either complete you or kill you.”
My name is Harley, as in Harlequin. Plucked from my home from Las Vegas, NV, and placed into an University on an arts scholarship, suddenly I am the girl the four hottest and most popular boys have decided to “initiate”.
This is no ordinary “hazing” ritual, and these boys are no ordinary boys.
This mysterious University looks like any ivy league campus, but it isn’t. Step in and you are transported beyond your wildest imagination. I should be ecstatic being here. Except surviving “Initiation” is going to take everything I’ve got.
Don’t let the beauty of the four fae boys fool you. They are as dangerous as they are beautiful. And underneath everything, runs a deep secret. One I need to find out before Initiation kills me.
They think a human is weak. They think I shouldn’t be at this university. I’m about to prove them wrong.
**Transfomation Year 2 is the second book of three books in the Fallen Fae Series with a badass heroine, four deadly, striking fae princes, heart-pounding action, super steamy love scenes, and great romance.
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I have to say this book just kind of ruined me. I always think I have a pretty good idea what is going on then I get to the end of the book and there is another curve ball I was just not ready for. I have to say this was a wonderful read for the second book in a series. I still have a few questions on what is happening, but there is that thing war, keeping Harley save, the twins, and more and more can happen. It was great be back at Fallen Fae Academy. I need to know what is going to happen next for her and the Fallen Boys.
My Rating of the Book: 5 Stars