Friday, June 7, 2013

Title: Bloodrage
Series: Blood Destiny, #3
Author: Helen Harper
Rating: 5 Shooting Stars

Mack begins her training at the mages' academy in the hope that, by complying, the stasis spell will be lifted from her old friend, Mrs. Alcoon. However, once there, she finds herself surrounded by unfriendly adults and petulant teenagers, the majority of whom seem determined to see her fail.

Feeling attacked on all fronts, Mack finds it harder and harder to keep a rein on her temper. Forced to attend anger management classes and deal with the predatory attentions of Corrigan, the Lord Alpha of the shapeshifter world, her emotions start to unravel. But when she comes across a familiar text within the walls of the mages' library, which might just provide the clues she needs to unlock the secrets of her background and her dragon blood, she realises that her problems are only just beginning.

This one is probably my favorite one so far. Mack is training with the mages now, but she doesn't seem to be doing so well. And she has not only a teacher out to get her, but also the Dean.  Because of what happens on her first day she is forced to attend anger management classes every week. Along with having to train with Thomas, the teacher who was really mean to her. 

Mack seems to take all of this semi well. She is having a really hard time with her temper though. But she gets better at it. I also love that the relationship between Mack, and Corrigan is improving. They actually go on a date, well kind of. 

The only thing that bugged me was towards the end, when the Fae was mad at her for not having a "mark" on her shoulder. But then she ends up having it after something bad happens, but she still doesn't say the words of what she is. It really drove me nuts. I wanted her to tell everyone, or at least Corrigan. 

I can not wait to read the next one. I love this series, it is awesome!

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