Thursday, October 24, 2019

Review: Shadow Weaver by Debbie Cassidy (@amoscassidy)

Shadow Weaver
Release Date: October 10, 2019
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Fantasy RH
Review Copy Source: Author

They say, there’s no rest for the wicked. In that case I must be pure evil.

When Hyde said the cadets would be getting Fast Tracked, he wasn’t joking.

It’s hard staying on top of the shadow cadet duties, but I’m not one to shy from a challenge. However, just when I think I’ve got a hold on my abilities and found my niche at the Academy, the principal throws a curveball my way.

Suddenly I’m drowning in painful revelations and more tasks. The one person I want to run to turns his back on me, and comfort comes from an unexpected source.

But the equilibrium is short lived because the silence of the mist is about to be shattered, and when it does, no one is safe.

It’s our job to protect the Academy grounds, but when danger rides the sky, who in the hell is going to save us?

The Vampire Academy meets Game of Thrones in this kick-ass, supernatural academy, Urban Fantasy with a slow burn Why Choose Romance.

Action, suspense, twists, turns and a little bit of romance are all part of the second book in The Nightwatch Academy series by Debbie Cassidy.

I continue to really enjoy the world that the series is set in.  Debbie has done a great job bringing it to life with her words and I look forward to seeing what she incorporates into the story next.

The romance is slow burn, but I am enjoying the development between Indigo and her men. Very interested in seeing who she adds to her harem next as I am not 100% sure who it will be.

I always enjoy the first book in a new series by Debbie Cassidy, but it has been a little bit since I have thought that the second book in the series lived up to the first. SHADOW WEAVER was just as exciting and enjoyable to me as SHADOW CASTER was and that gives me great hopes that the rest of the series will keep me entertained as well.

I gave it 4/5 stars

* This book was provided free of charge from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.