#1 in the Urban Fantasy Charts

What’s #1 in the Urban Fantasy Charts?

Huzzah! This week we have an actual #1 on the top of the Teen & Young Adult Paranormal & Urban Fantasy chart.

Better yet, it’s a sequel to a book from a previous #1: Dragonfire Academy. Check out Dragonfire Academy’s feature on this post.

I’ve been meaning to buy Dragonfire Academy on account of it looking so awesome but never got round to it and now, I’m actually glad that’s the case. Book one in the series has dropped down to 99c in the e-book format, which is a standard tactic to entice people to start reading a series. Now Dragonfire  has a sequel, it’s a cheaper time to start the series and I’m so there.

This week, book two is up at #1, with book one close behind at #2:


Dragonfire Academy Second Term by Rachel Jonas

“The good news: my four guardians are more than just a brood of cocky dragons. I was drawn to this island to find them … my mates.

The sucky news: an ancient evil has marked me as its vessel, but I suppose one girl can’t have all the luck, right?

I was warned that second term would be a challenge, but nothing could have prepared me for this. As if things aren’t already hard enough, one innocent slipup threatens to cost me big time.

Every day, it gets harder to tell friend from foe. Especially with more than one enemy who wants to make sure I lose everything.

Thing is, no one has any idea how fiercely I’m willing to fight. I guess they’ll learn the hard way that I’m no pushover.

Giving up simply isn’t in my blood.”

* * *

There are loads of academy books out there right now, especially with bully romance subplots, they’re all the rage. But what I haven’t seen too many academy books spliced with reverse harem. No complaints here, I haven’t read nearly enough of those. I’m really looking forward to reading this one.

I’ve committed to reading book one of this series and doing a review because this one looks really good. Let’s hope this book really is as good as its cover!

In the meantime, check out Dragonfire Academy Second Term on it’s Amazon page and see if it looks like a series worth reading through. I’ll reserve judgement until I’ve read book one.

Thanks for reading!

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