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Lesson Two: Stay true to yourself I want to think the hard part is over as the first day of school begins. Unfortunately, that isn’t true. Others want to twist my arm, force me to do what they want. Too bad they forget I’m Adeelah Neutral, and I’ve always been a fan of burning bridges. Rophan, Alto, and Archon agree with me as they snarl at anyone approaching with even a Lesson Two: Stay true to yourself I want to think the hard part is over as the first day of school begins. Unfortunately, that isn’t true. Others want to twist my arm, force me to do what they want. Too bad they forget I’m Adeelah Neutral, and I’ve always been a fan of burning bridges. Rophan, Alto, and Archon agree with me as they snarl at anyone approaching with even a flicker of a thought of harming me. For students, the first day of school is the worst, no one knowing what to expect. For Monster Academy, it’s even more dangerous as Naturals with old and budding feuds clash. It’s my job to keep them under control. Now if only the idiots trying to rile them up will stop. Oh, and I can’t forget the person who managed to sneak onto campus. Their intent is unknown, but it won’t be for long. I’ll find them and make them spill all their dirty little secrets.


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Lesson Two: Stay true to yourself I want to think the hard part is over as the first day of school begins. Unfortunately, that isn’t true. Others want to twist my arm, force me to do what they want. Too bad they forget I’m Adeelah Neutral, and I’ve always been a fan of burning bridges. Rophan, Alto, and Archon agree with me as they snarl at anyone approaching with even a Lesson Two: Stay true to yourself I want to think the hard part is over as the first day of school begins. Unfortunately, that isn’t true. Others want to twist my arm, force me to do what they want. Too bad they forget I’m Adeelah Neutral, and I’ve always been a fan of burning bridges. Rophan, Alto, and Archon agree with me as they snarl at anyone approaching with even a flicker of a thought of harming me. For students, the first day of school is the worst, no one knowing what to expect. For Monster Academy, it’s even more dangerous as Naturals with old and budding feuds clash. It’s my job to keep them under control. Now if only the idiots trying to rile them up will stop. Oh, and I can’t forget the person who managed to sneak onto campus. Their intent is unknown, but it won’t be for long. I’ll find them and make them spill all their dirty little secrets.

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    Adeelah just wants the kids to have a chance to have a better life. But other want the kids to be soldiers. There are others pulling alot of strings in the background. I see there is going to be some betrayal in the future.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Amber Fox

    Great second book Ok, this book is the second in the see first off i love the world building their are magical beings come to life and hearing that the world's humans only know about them for a short time and the school is a first of its kind with all the different monster. The mc is great love her take no prisoners attitude. Can't wait for more. Great second book Ok, this book is the second in the see first off i love the world building their are magical beings come to life and hearing that the world's humans only know about them for a short time and the school is a first of its kind with all the different monster. The mc is great love her take no prisoners attitude. Can't wait for more.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Liza

    Amazing I really enjoyed this next step into Adeelah’s life as Chairwoman of the academy. She learns more about those around her. Her trust is broken and someone is trying to undermine her. What’s she to do? Gotta read this to find out and it is definitely worth it. Loved it.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Holly Colville - Gasiewski

    Jaliza A Burwell Great as always!! T Great book it has an adult feel to it unlike a lot of the reverse harem of late. I would recommend this book to anyone that wants an older feel with different issues.

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