Trouble always seems to find Rayne McDonald. Even when she means to do good, things never quite work out as planned. This time is no different.
After learning the truth about their parents, Rayne and Sunny are hidden away in Switzerland at Riverdale Academy, a boarding school dedicated to developing the finest vampire slayers in the world.
If it wasn't ironic enough that she was a vampire and a slayer, now being stuck in a school of well-trained vampire hating students really takes the cake.
Having kept the truth about her vampire nature from her parents, Rayne is left with no choice but to give up her vegetarian vampire ways and get her next meal straight from the source. Specifically, one of Riverdale's elite Alpha slayers, Corbin Billingsworth.
And if things weren't complicated enough, Rayne, in a rash attempt to protect her sister from being forced into becoming a fairy princess takes matters into her own hands. Consequences be damned.
Without phones, computers or any means of escape will Rayne be able to control her hunger without revealing her secret? A secret that will surely get her staked in a "stake first ask questions later" environment. And with strange things happening in the Night School building will Rayne manage to stay under the radar, or will her curious nature once again land her in hot water?
Night School is yet another light, charming and humorous story in this series told from Rayne McDonald's perspective. This fifth installment in the Blood Coven series picks up right where Bad Blood left off and focuses on Rayne's adventures as she tries to cope with being a vampire trapped in a slayer school, all the while remaining hidden from the fairies who want to capture her sister and force Sunny to become their princess.
As in all the other books in the series, nothing goes off without a hitch and Rayne is once again forced to be the savior in a situation that was mostly caused by her actions.
Author Mari Mancusi has written another fun, delightful story for young adults and a guilty pleasure story for those not-so-young-adults. While there are some parts in this story that are fantastical and go way over the top, the author always manages to make these ideas work, through her character Rayne's sarcasm and disbelief.
Although there are a few loose ends, this does not leave you hanging...that is unless you read the sneak peek of the next book, which is included.