Firespell and Hexbound
The first two novels of the Dark Elite series--Firespell and Hexbound.
As the new girl at St. Sophia's boarding school, Lily Parker thinks her classmates are the most monstrous things she'll have to face. In Firespell and Hexbound, she'll find out just how wrong she is, as she falls in with a group of rebel teens defending Chicago from vampires, demons, and the corrupted...more
Lily gets sent to a boarding school in Chicago called St. Sophia's. She quickly befriends the vivacious crazy girl Scout. When Scout starts disappearing into the night Lily decides to follow her ...more
and the details are extrordinary if you love young adult books then this one is for you
getting put into a boarding school for girls while parents are working, finding out she has
magical powers, and then meeting a great looking guy that just happens to be a werewolf
and living in an old abandoned convent turned into a school. not to mention that there are tunnels she travels through underground and finds mo ...more
An easy but very entertaining and amuzing read. I really love Lily, she's fun and, of course, Scout is a great character. I really really liked the gilmore girls reference in firespell (i am a gilmore girls addict ;) ). Scout and Lily can certainly be compared to Rory and Lorelai, they have wit (I hope that's the correct word :$) and are fun to read.
So all by all, I certainly recommend reading it.
Read my entire review on my blog; http://belsbookaddiction.blogspot.nl/
The main character is a hypocritical Mary Sue and, frankly, is only entertaining about 10% of the time.
The most interesting character of the book is her best friend, Scout. And I honestly think that if the book were written from Scout's perspective it would be more entertaining.
There are worse ways to spend a couple of hours than reading this book. But there are a great many better ways to spend those hours a ...more