Spark (Academy of Unpredictable Magic Book 1) by Sadie Moss
Magic exists. I know—it’s in my blood.
Unfortunately, not all people from magical bloodlines have powers, and at 22, I’m several years past the age they usually appear. So I’ve resigned myself to a boring, magic-less life.
Then something strange happens…
I get stuck in the middle of a bar fight, and instead of just punching the guy back, I blow a hole in the wall.
So… I guess I do have powers. But they’re unlike anything I’ve ever seen before. This is definitely not normal.
And it seems the magical authorities agree, because they give me a choice: either I go to school to learn to control my crazy new magic, or they’ll take it away. Permanently.
Now if I can just survive the witchy mean girls determined to take me down a peg, the mysterious attacks on students, the three hot-as-hell guys who don’t seem turned off by my prickly exterior, and the professor who makes me long for detention, maybe I’ll get out of here in one piece.
Wouldn’t bet on it though.
Welcome to the Academy of Unpredictable Magic.
Spark is the first book in the Academy of Unpredictable Magic series, a medium-burn reverse harem story featuring a fierce chick and the four hot men who fall in love with her.
I am always looking for Paranormal books with a great story line. I think I may have just found another one with this series.
As far as I can understand from the first book, this is a introduction to the world of magic and Elliott attending the Griffin University after finally getting her magic at the age of 22.
Here, she befriends this trio of guys she’s seen while working as a bartender and they soon become close. The attraction is there, but Elliot has different things to fight, such as her strong attraction to one of the teachers, which she had a one night stand before her life turning upside down with powers.
To her shock, he is teaching her class.
It’s a medium burn, because so far she was only together with Roman, the teacher. The trio, Asher, Dmitri and Cam.
The books, as far as I can see are just like episodes, without a cliffhanger. The relationship between them are still developing.
The reviews are divided, but i really think there is something here because I am invested in the story, so my suggestion is if you are like me, give it a go.