Review: Book: Shadow Student- Teresa Hann


Title: Shadow Student

Series: Wraithwood Academy #1

Author’s Name: Teresa Hann

Publisher: Self-Published

Genre: YA Urban Fantasy

Page Count: 244 Pages


Author or Book Website:

Link to Amazon purchase page: Shadow Student

Link to Goodreads: Shadow Student

Release Date: N/A

How I Got the Book: ARC

Summary of the Book:

I’m not who you think I am.
My enemies aren’t who you think they are.
Welcome to Wraithwood Academy.

My father is dead. And my mother’s enemies smell opportunity. To save us both, I’ll have to navigate the troubled waters of Wraithwood Academy, seeking allies and outsmarting enemies among the heirs to the country’s most powerful mage families.

The vicious, gorgeous Nightfeld brothers think they know me. Cly Redbriar, the weak daughter of a powerful father. A spoiled, scared little girl hiding behind her bodyguard. Nothing but a new plaything for the kings of Wraithwood.

They know nothing.

Because I’ve been forced to live a twisted lie.

See, I’m not really Cly Redbriar…

My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. This book had me all up in my feelings. I am pulling for Cassandra nad not Cly. Cassandra is just put in a very hard spot and forced to do things to keep her mother safe. There are a lot of things in this book that can be a little triggering, but that does not take away from the unique story that is taking place. Cly is a spoiled brat that aways wants her way and order around her bodyguard who was once friends with Cassandra. Cly makes enemies everywhere she goes because she bratty and entitled. I want so much for Cassandra. I will have to see as the series go on.

My Rating of the Book: 5 Stars

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