Magic Academy

Magic Academy Out of a young woman s ambition comes a love triangle that could destroy than her heart Firia has always wanted to be a witch but even though she s a natural in magic there s a problem She s human C

  • Title: Magic Academy
  • Author: Jillian Keep
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  • Page: 224
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  • Out of a young woman s ambition comes a love triangle that could destroy than her heart.Firia has always wanted to be a witch, but even though she s a natural in magic, there s a problem She s human.Considered by the elven elite to be inferior, Firia needs an edge to be accepted into the Magic Academy Out of sheer desperation, she summons the demon Varuj, a terrifyiOut of a young woman s ambition comes a love triangle that could destroy than her heart.Firia has always wanted to be a witch, but even though she s a natural in magic, there s a problem She s human.Considered by the elven elite to be inferior, Firia needs an edge to be accepted into the Magic Academy Out of sheer desperation, she summons the demon Varuj, a terrifyingly gorgeous spirit who helps her win the entrance competition But at what price As the commanding demon does everything he can to penetrate every aspect of her innocent life, Firia still finds herself drawn to her study partner, Mae lin Not only is the sweet elf completely different from the powerful Varuj, but their relationship is forbidden.How is she supposed to choose between the demon she owes her life to and the innocent elf who makes her a better person This thrilling new adult romance is from fantasy author, Jillian Keep.

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    • So good!My thoughts are such a jumble right now after finishing this book, I’m not sure what to say about it, or how to really describe what I feel without giving away the crux of the story. Did I like it? Yes! I thoroughly enjoyed it. I loved the world that the authors built, with the elves and human hierarchy, though I did find myself hungry for more details on how this world came to be. I also loved all of the characters, even though I’m not sure I should have, and would have liked more b [...]

    • Firia's father worked nights but that didn't mattered to her; it was the perfect opportunity for her to hang around the dark corridors for the Arcane Academy, a place which few humans had gone. Besides, at nights she didn't had to meet the high elves. She went around to see the buildings and learn about them but she always went back to the same place: The Grand Library. The place in which she had spent her childhood reading tomes of spells and secrets. But as she learned more, she longed for mor [...]

    • Originally reviewed at prufreads/My rating: 3.25 out of 5 stars"I would see the world burn for you, Firi, and judge it worthy."~Varuj ***Please note, the book was gifted to me by the author(s) in exchange for an honest review***Firia is a human sorceress aspiring to be admitted into an academy to nurture her craft. Unfortunately, with the exception of her father, no one believes she is worthy of such an honor. She is, after all a mere human and a humans life span isn't long enough to learn all t [...]

    • This is a wonderful new adult erotic fantasy romance that has lots of intriguing elements and surprises.In a world where humans are considered inferior to elves, Firia needs an edge to get into the magic academy. She summons the demon Varuj who helps her win the entrance competition. At the academy, she meets a sweet elf, Mae’lin, who is completely opposite from the powerful demon. She must choose between the demon she owes her life to and the innocent elf who makes her a better person before [...]

    • I got this book as an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review.This book destroyed my idea of a dream hero. How can I root for a sinister demon over a kind and gentle elf? But I did! I like Varuj and I think he's hot! Anyways, this book has lots of surprises stored. For the first 60% of this book, I got a Harry Potterish feel in the story. Firia's first year in the Academy reminded me of Harry's first in Hogwarts. And on the last 40% of the book it turned into erotica. I'm not compla [...]

    • Review originally posted at thebookpushers/2013/12/17/Jillian Keep is the pen name of the two people that make up the duo of J. M. Keep. I was first introduced to J. M. Keep’s works and really enjoyed them. They are pretty dark, twisted, and edgy with HEA’s that are not at all typical for the romance genre. Jillian Keep is the name that they are using for this book and for more longer, softer works. If this is what is considered soft, then yikes. This book gave me all kinds of complicated fe [...]

    • This was such a schizophrenic read. It started out as kind of high-fantasy YA adventure, turned into a Harry Potter-esque boys (but with a girl) school adventure, and THEN turned into crazy interspecies erotica. What. The. Heck?! It was hard to read because the book just never quite knew what it wanted to be. The ending is kind of a cliff hanger because it leaves at least two or three major plot threads still swinging. And the ending was so abrupt that I'm not totally sure whether Magic Academy [...]

    • I will not summarize the book here, as this is a review, and really how could I give a synopsis better than the authors themselves? This story has a the feel of Jonathan Stroud's Bartimaeus Sequence meets Laurell K. Hamilton's Anita Blake: Vampire Hunter series. It is more mature than Stroud's work of similar subject matter. A society mixed with magic users and non-magic users and the power struggles inherent with such a world. A world where the summoning of a being, marks a powerful wizard/witc [...]

    • Category /Genre: NA, Fantasy, RomanceReceived from: Jillian Keep (in exchange for an honest review)Tour by: Read Between the LinesRecommended for: 18+ due to sexual contentGrammar/editing: B – a few small errorsFiria has only ever wanted to be a witch. She has a natural ability, but she is human. The elves who rule do not want to recognize her rare talent. In desperation, she practices at night, and summons a demon. His name is Varuj and he promises to help her to gain admission to an academy [...]

    • Tasha's ReviewThis story is about a young girl named Firia, who wants to attend a magic school, the Arcane Academy. Unfortunately, she is unlike the other students. Although Firia has natrual magical abilities, she's a human. Like anyone in her situation, Firia tries to earn her way into the school by proving her magical skills. In an attempt to gain entrance, she summons up a devilish demon named Varuj.The demon is handsome, strong, and mysterious. He takes the form of a man and can deliver her [...]

    • Magic Academy is fun with good depth. Well drawn characters, interesting plot, and good pacing make for a book that's hard to put down. I don't want to include any spoilers in this review so all I'll say is the end, which I could not figure out as I read, leaves some unanswered questions. Will betrayals come to light? Will Varuj, who by the way is a very complicated Demon, not your usual one-dimensional guy from hell, be able to pursue his goals? And just so you know, Jillian Keep may be the "so [...]

    • It's really hard to express what to think of this story. It's such a wonderful and enjoyable read.Usually I prefer the really darker and more brutal romance stories, but Jillian's world, her characters and also the plot itself caught me, put me on a leash and didn't let me go before I hadn't finished :DI have a sweet spot for mages and especially demons (well what mortals call them). So my heart beats heavily for Varuj :)It's not really a mushy story, but neither the usual dark stuff when demons [...]

    • Magic Academy by Jillian Keep blew me away. This book took my expectations of what I thought a hero/main love interest should be and throw it out the window. I didn’t want to root for a perverse demon, but I found myself more drawn to Varuj instead of the shy, innocent elf, Mae’lin. The main character Firia often frustrated me to the point of wanting throw my kindle to rolling my eyes. This book was an amazing read that pulled me in from the beginning and at end left me wanting more. Jillian [...]

    • What a wonderful, magical fantasy! Firia's father teaches at the Arcane Academy, a place very few humans had ever gone. She had spent her childhood poring over heavy tomes of spells and secrets in the Grand Library. One night she used her knowledge of spell to call forth a demon, Varuj. He would be the proof she, a lowly human, needed to show the elves that she could perform magic also. She wanted to become a great sorceress, to be powerful and respected. In order to do that she needed Varuj's h [...]

    • ARC for honest review. I loved the book. I would have loved more of a history on how the elves became the higher society and the humans were the lower class and with no chance of having any magic in them with the exception every now and then, but maybe some other time, maybe not. Everyone had their own issues of self doubt it seems even with the history they came to the academy with. Plenty of twist and turns. A lot of emotions and unexpected wounds opened. Really enjoyed it. Will we see the sec [...]

    • I was given this from the author for my honest review.I really enjoyed this. It was a very fast read with vivid imagery. I liked each other the characters for different things even though they all had flaws. I was torn between the two love interests for Firia. They were definitely night and day. Each had something about them that drew me. The ending definitely left me wanting. It was very open ended. I'm interested to read more of this world.

    • Reviewed by Nicole McCurdy for Bex 'n' Books4.5 out of 5 star ratingThe book starts off incredibly well, drawing you into Firia’s world. A world of elves, demons and magic. A world in which Humans are on the bottom rung of the social hierarchy. A world where once they graduate, they can no longer learn magic but simply learn the trade of their parents, a mundane existence within a lifetime of near poverty for humans. In an attempt to rectify this and prove her magic-worth, Firia does a dark su [...]

    • Asked to review by, theauthorspal .*Not for: Young Readers under age 18.*Not: Hogwarts, so if you've stumbled onto this purely from the title, looking for a young witch at a school for witchcraft, this new self published release by Jillian Keep, is not for you.Firia is a young mortal trying to gain entrance to a school of magic and witchcraft that doesn't allow humans. She decides to wow the school with a complicated spell where successful outcomes are a rare occurrence. After said spell, she th [...]

    • Actual Stars: 1.0Reminded me of: Harry Potter mixed with Hunger games, a smidgen of vampire academy and a dash of Merry Gentry.3 words to describe it: Confused, angsty, shallow. Favorite part: The fox familiar.I picked this up as an ARC a while ago and have only just gotten around to reading it. The cover and title didn't inspire too much hope in me, but I did my best to jump in head first.The novel is confused with its identity, for the first half the book seemed to be YA apart from a scene inv [...]

    • This book was all.overeint.The first, I think 2 pages got me excited for the book, And then it went downhill from there.This book was YA with sex. The plot, the characters, pretty much everything else was for the 15 and under age group, Except the author throws in nasty sex and sexual feelings.And the whole time, Firia was 'I'm so lonely, wah, so lonely'Yet she had friends and three guys chasing after her?I got halfway through and DNF. It was, just silly.They picked up plot, dropped plot, forgot [...]

    • I have to say that I only liked part of this story - that of magic and the worlds therein. Although a romance, I didn't see the need for the numerous sex scenes.However, it was well written with good realistic characters and creative, imaginative settings.

    • Magic Academy. Fantasy New Adult Romance. Jillian KeepReview from Jeannie Zelos Book reviews. I liked the sound of this, books around magic and spells can be so much fun so was happy to review it. I've mixed feelings though – parts of it, the magic academy, the spells and Firia's difficulties getting accepted were really fun to read. Like a well written YA novel (this is classed as NA but this part is very much YA in feel) it flowed very neatly, from the start with Firia summoning the demon to [...]

    • I was gifted a copy of this novel for free in exchange for an honest review. You know the drill :)To be totally honest, I didn't feel drawn into the story very often. That's why it ended up with a 3/5 - the writing itself was fine, there were no real issues with it. I did find the concept interesting, but I had the hardest time with the beginning of the story. Whether that was an issue on my end or the author's, it's a bit of both. Yay opinions.Magic Academy is about a girl, Firia, living in a w [...]

    • Review to come. Blog tour! Firia is a human with a talent for witchraft and a desire to break her family's rut by entering the magic academy and raising her social standing. In her world, humans are looked down upon by the elite elves. Her father is a groundskeeper and they have been struggling financially all her life. Firia is powerful, as is evident by the forbidden spell she casts, summoning a demon to her, something most young magic users would never be able to do. In fact, it is something [...]

    • Full review at For Your Literary PleasureThis book truly befuddled me. At first it seemed like I was reading typical YA fantasy and I was totally okay with that. But the further the story got the more it changed until suddenly I felt like I was reading a demon fetish erotica. I was startled by how different the beginning was to the end. Firia is apparently set on becoming the most powerful sorceress despite her human origins. We meet her summoning Varuj, an extremely powerful demon who sports an [...]

    • Are you willing to do whatever it takes to get what you want?Firia is. She’s a human serving in a society run by magic-wielding elves. She can do some magic on her own, and her goal is to win a competition at the yearly magic contest from which academies recruit their students. But she knows she’ll never win without help. So she summons a demon and binds him to her in order to boost her magic.The results are everything she hoped for. She wins at the competition, gets into the top magic acade [...]

    • My Rant: Wow, I did not see this coming. When I glanced at the cover I though the book would be more middle-school YA but it wasn’t. This story is dark, twisted and wicked, the magic is taken up a notch and you all know how I love a good magic story. Firia, I like her but I felt a bit distant to her character. She has all the qualities of a good heroine but there was some disconnect for me, probably because she was so unsure of herself and because I was spending too much time invested in Varuj [...]

    • The short of it all: Firia's a young human woman in a society ruled by elves. She's doomed to be poor, doing the same menial work as her parents before her, unless she can prove her magical worth to the people who treat all her kind as second class citizens and want to dismiss her without a chance.The bad: This isn't really a romance novel. I don't take points off for that--I'm not a huge romance fan. But I find it disingenuous to title it so. This may be semantics: there is a love triangle, aft [...]

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