• Crescent Wolves

  • Supernatural Shifter, Academy Book 1
  • By: G. Bailey, Regan Rosewood
  • Narrated by: Joanna Wild
  • Length: 5 hrs and 35 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (41 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Secret societies. Magical boarding schools. Supernatural beings.... What could go wrong?  

I’m Millie Brix and apparently, I’m a supernatural shifter. Funny 18th birthday present, right? 

Chosen for Supernatural Shifter Academy, I have to learn which shifter clan I belong to and how to use my powers that are slowly growing out of control. Supernatural Shifter Academy only has 500 places and if I’m not strong enough to survive, I won’t get to walk away. 

The Sirens lure you in, the Wolves bite first and ask questions later, the Dragons only care for themselves, the Vampires plan to own the world, and the Witches will do whatever it takes to win. 

I’m not going to let the academy or its students beat me, that’s for sure.

With a prince of the Vampires seducing me, a secretive Siren dead-set on making me his, a gorgeous Wolf shifter who wants to claim my heart and an alpha Dragon who sees me as a prize he wants to keep...the academy is far more dangerous than it looks. 

In this academy, secrets are the only thing you can trade with, and I’m right in the middle of the biggest secret the academy has. 

And when the truth comes out...the academy will fall.  

Reverse harem romance for listeners 18+ which means the main character will have more than one love interest. This is book one of a five-book series and will be rapidly released.

©2020 G. Bailey/Regan Rosewood (P)2021 G.Bailey/Regan Rosewood

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Don’t waste the credit. I’m sorry I did. The characters are flat (dumb). You will war between feeling gaslit and exasperated by the author’s descriptions. The dialogue is not good. I can’t tell if the narrator is bad or just unable to elevate the terrible writing. That being said, a better narrator might haven made this less horrible.

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Fantastic Book

I absolutely loved the storyline for this book and cannot wait for the rest of the books.

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Great book

I think the book was really good, but I do think the authors could of made it a little longer by adding more detail. The times lapses were pretty large, but overall it was a great book.

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can't wait ❤❤

This book was awesome and I honestly can't wait for the next one to come out!!!! Hopefully it will be just as awesome. I hope it comes out soon😁😁😁

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underwhelming

The story has a lot of potential but is under developed. I wish there was more development of the story and the characters. The main character was too naive in my opinion and the ending was abrupt with no actual closure or answers.

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Boring

Very slow and boring. Wish I didnt waste my money. To much information that didnt need to be said, just try's to confuse you. I guess it might get better but I dont want to waste anymore of my time.

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  • Felicity
  • 08-09-21

Amazing Storyline

This was a great audiobook with amazing narration. It was a bit different to the usual G Bailey stories but no less great. This is definitely just the first book to a larger story and probably depends on you reading the rest of the series to get it to capture your interest. The only thing that annoyed me at the start was that Millie - the female protagonist - was a bit whiny, which I understand with the mistreatment she has had her whole life, but the conditions she lived in were not the worst imaginable and the only mistreatment she actually suffered seemed to be only psychologically. Other than that, it was a great book with an awesome storyline. It is a slow burn RH which I loved as it got the relationships to strengthen more through the experiences they went through without adding any steam into it yet. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who thinks they would like it. Enjoy!