I shouldn’t be here, and everyone knows it.
Blackbriar Academy is an enchanted school on a magical island, and everyone wants in. It’s a home away from home for the most advanced mages in the world—and only the absolute best of the best are given an invitation.
By some freak accident, I managed to get one.
If I pass the trials, I get to stay. With nowhere else to go, Blackbriar is my one shot at having a real life, and I won’t let anyone take this from me.
But there’s a catch.
It turns out the people on this island are being trained to hunt the darkness — basically, they’re being trained to hunt me.
To survive, I have to hide what I am. As a half-mage, I shouldn’t have any magic at all. And yet, my natural abilities are almost impossibly powerful — and incredibly illegal. Over history, magic like mine has corrupted the souls of those who were born with it. They’ve all gone dark — razing towns and murdering hundreds of thousands throughout history.
All but me, and I have no idea why.
As the trials get more and more challenging, it’s clear I’m being hunted. If I’m caught — I die.
At Blackbriar Academy, nothing is ever as it seems … but I have nowhere else to go.
Nothing, and no one, will stand in my way.
The Trials of Blackbriar Academy is a full-length novel with a powerfully magical heroine, a riveting storyline, and an alternative relationship dynamic that supports our badass heroine’s right to choose more than one man. Get ready for a heart-pounding story filled with an academy fantasy romance unlike anything you’ve listened to before.
Buckle in for heart-pounding action, breathtaking magic, deadly assassins, four drop-dead gorgeous leading men, lots of toned muscles, and most importantly — a young woman’s journey of justice, self-discovery, and freedom.
Warning: The Blackbriar Academy saga is a reverse harem series with explicit scenes and is meant for mature listeners who enjoy spellbinding stories with a few very steamy, fan-your-face moments in their fantasy fiction.
Includes a special bonus note from the author.