Good Vs. Evil High

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Deadly disaster strikes when Good falls in love with Evil.

Kristine’s just been adopted into North Haven High, an ice castle hidden in the farthest reaches of the north for orphaned teenagers who possess an unfailing disposition for good. And she’s just in time for their Winter Competitions, a rivalry held each year between NHHS and SCH, a school made up of the exact opposite sort of teens. More

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About April Marcom

April Marcom works as a substitute teacher of all grades in her local schools, but her true passion is writing. When she's not teaching or creating stories, she's enjoying the country life with her car-obsessed husband and three fabulous children. She also enjoys rainy days, traveling, and her five very rowdy dogs. April grew up a southern bell in Mississippi, but is now a proud Oklahoman.

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Review by: Stormswift on July 24, 2016 :
Kristine was recruited into North Haven after an act of incredible bravery attracted the attention of the school.

Whilst I like the main character, I was disappointed with her lackadaisical attitude towards her "relationship" with Roman. She was quick to assert to her friends that he was not her boyfriend but she didn't say this to him - a sign of her immaturity. This was a direct contributor to what later happened. Despite this Roman's behaviour was inexcusable.

It was weird how none of the students at NHHS found it creepy that their movements were being constantly recorded. Surely their kind Headmaster should not have allowed this?

Luke Knight - the bad boy (quite literally) that Kristine falls for is the stereotypical handsome guy. However he was a criminal and chose to remain on that path even when given a better option, Kristine doesn't find this at all worrying, yet another sign of her immaturity.

Cinder high - the school for villains was disturbing. Morose, violent students who find it insulting to be thanked. A cruel Headmaster that kills students for insolence.

A good light read.
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