I’m sorry but I’ll have to give this 5/10.
The first paragraph is not really hooking in my opinion, and with words like ‘strenuous’, ‘though at no date or time was it penned down’, ‘itinerary’, ‘habitually mercurial’ and things like that, I’ll be out of there very fast. The wording is way too advanced English for me. If you use simpler words, I’ll be more likely to stay.
Also, just because she has to decide, she doesn’t change from being a lonely twenty-three-year-old, right? She’s still a lonely 23-year-old. What she is doesn’t change. She just has to decide something. Maybe change the wording so that it makes more sense.
Sorry, but looking at this, I would put the book down. (I didn’t mean to be harsh ;-; I swear)
The Bad Boy Mage (One of her friends will be a werewolf, so that’s why it can be tagged as such)
Destruction, chaos, and blood. No matter how much Abigail to tried to run or tried to hide her true nature, it has always found a way to consume her life.
It will no longer be suppressed.
In a fit of anger, Abigail lost it all in a matter of moments. Now, on the run and cornered like a rat, a boy with piercing white eyes and abilities similar to her’s comes to her rescue, offering her a new life, a new beginning. Left with little choice, she takes Blake’s offer.
Unfortunately, his offer comes with a price. Cocky, arrogant, and frustratingly good looking, Blake is a constant annoyance while Abigail adjusts to Salzor and the Pasith Academy for Magic. To make matters worse, her struggles catches the unbeating heart of Victor Lamar, a lost vampire prince and forever second to Blake.
Yet Abigail’s life isn’t as simple as attempting to control her powers while swatting away these two pests; the numbers of demons are growing, seeking control. A threat forcing Abigail, Blake, and Victor to come together and face it head on.
If only it were that simple.