Hi hi everyone!
A bit late, but I still wanted to put up a new Waiting for Wednesday. How is everyone doing? I hope everyone is doing fine, as for me, I am doing pretty decent. Quite enjoying the hot weather (30+C all of the sudden). I missed this weather during my vacation, so I am soaking up all the rays whenever I have a bit of time.
This week I got a book that I just need to have, I have read several preview chapters (signed up to a mail that offers 5 preview chapters and will email you one a day) and as soon as I got home I pre-ordered it, and now it is waiting for it to come out and be delivered.
Golden child Delilah is a legend at the exclusive Acheron Academy, and the presumptive winner of the distinguished Cawdor Kingsley Prize. She runs the school, and if she chose, she could blow up Maria and Lily’s whole world with a pointed look, or a carefully placed word.
But what Delilah doesn’t know is that Lily and Maria are willing to do anything—absolutely anything—to make their dreams come true. And the first step is unseating Delilah for the Kingsley Prize. The full scholarship, awarded to Maria, will lock in her attendance at Stanford―and four more years in a shared dorm room with Lily.
Maria and Lily will stop at nothing to ensure their victory—including harnessing the dark power long rumored to be present on the former plantation that houses their school.
But when feuds turn to fatalities, and madness begins to blur the distinction between what’s real and what is imagined, the girls must decide where they draw the line.
So why do I really want to read this book?
First up because of the boarding school part, everyone knows I just love those! Add to that some LGBT, some ghosts and hauntings, and I definitely want to read this one. I am curious to see how far Lily and Maria will go. I know the first chapter was amazing, creepy, spooky, goosebumps-inducing, the other chapters I got in my mail were also good. Also, since I am lover for covers, look at this cover, it is gorgeous! I love that plantation that you can see in the silhouette.