Title: Gemini Queen
Series: Standalone (Dark Witch Academy)
Author’s Name: Laura Navarre
Publisher: Ascendant Press
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Page Count: 535 Pages
Author or Book Website: Welcome | Laura Navarre SciFi
Link to Amazon purchase page: Amazon.com: Gemini Queen: A Dark Witch Academy Standalone eBook : Navarre, Laura: Kindle Store
Link to Goodreads: Gemini Queen (Dark Witch Academy) by Laura Navarre | Goodreads
Release Date: N/A
How I Got the Book: Review Copy
Summary of the Book:
I summon the lightning.
I claim my power.
The warlocks of Icarus Academy claim me.
I start my night as a cat burglar in Singapore and I end up queen of the witching world. Too bad this rags-to-riches fairytale’s a gig I never applied for and won’t accept. My witchcraft is wild and lethal, so I’ve renounced my power. I’m a fish out of water at Icarus Academy.
But these four sexy warlocks who rule the school just won’t take no for an answer.
They want me to claim my power. They want me to summon the lightning. And they want to claim me as their consort.
Because the witching world is dying, and I’m their last chance. But there’s a queen killer on the hunt. Unless I figure out how to claim my power before the killer claims my head, there’s a global extinction event looming.
With my name written all over it.
Gemini Queen is a dark witch academy why choose paranormal romance that features teacher-student forbidden love, steamy group interactions, possessive males, sexy shifters, first-time M/M, bi awakening, and a powerful heroine who doesn’t have to choose.
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I picked the book because I love the cover. I did not look into what it was truly about until I started to read it. The relationships were good and the FMC was strong and did not back down. But I do have to say I don’t care for the teacher-student relationships in books. Just not something that I enjoy. Nothing wrong with it as far as I am concerned. I did enjoy the world-building and that academy was not a huge place and it made for better interactions of the main and side characters.
My Rating of the Book: 3 1/2 Stars