Review; A Class of Conjuring (Enchanted Academy #1) by Evie Wilde

Last year I recieved an ARC of the fantasy novel A Class of Conjuring (Enchanted Academy #1) by Evie Wilde through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
They say I’m a promising witch, but my magic is a disaster…

I wish I could keep my sorcery skills from running wild. Braeden and I are on a mission to take down a pack of demons, when one of my spells misfires and destroys the town’s defense against the very monsters we were sent to protect them from.

That’s when the fed-up guild banishes me to the Enchanted Academy. One last chance to salvage what’s left of my career as a witch by honing my craft.

The coursework is challenging, but I can’t help but be distracted by a brainy mage and a mysterious shifter. Not to mention the bad boy who’s set his sights on me, or the fact that my relationship with my best friend is heating up.

But beyond the gated grounds, a power-hungry wizard is drawing near, intent on stealing magic. As the passion between me and my men grows, so do my powers.

Soon my friends and I will be the enemy’s prime target, and the five of us will have to unite to defeat the rising evil.

A Class of Conjuring is the captivating first book in the Enchanted Academy paranormal romance reverse harem series. Fans of Avery Song and Eva Chase will love Evie Wilde’s engaging tale.

My Thoughts on the Book
A Class of Conjuring was fast and action packed novel with reverse harem elements.

I really wanted to like this book, but I felt the characters weren't that well developed, a bit overkill use of fantasy tropes such as "the chosen one" (or it was poorly written), the plot was really thin and apart from a few sex scenes, it wasn't that much of reverse harem in this book.

This book had a lot of potential, but it just fell flat. I just hope the second book is a little bit better.


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