In a world where magic exists and almost anything is possible, there is a boarding school called Paladin Academhy for children of the rich and powerful where not only are there the usual school subjects like math or economics, but also magic, where students can learn to harness magic powers and use them for the benefit of the world. But all is not peaceful in the school, as four students will find out. Follow the adventures of Sarah Wu, an average Chinese-American teenager who got in on a scholarship, Veronica Waldenburg, a ten-year-old genius with dreams of becoming a noble and heroic mage, the arrogant Ezekiel von Ghoul, son of a powerful mage, and Maxwell. And let's not forget their oh-so mischievous, crude humored, magic teacher, and also Sarah's brother, James Jing Wu, who is more than meets the eye.
First Semester Magic (Book One)
Meet Sarah Wu, just a normal teenager who managed to get into a really exclusive boarding school, called Paladin Academy, on a scholarship. How did she get in? By showing off her hard work mastering magic, of course! Now, she will meet a variety of new people, discover a new hidden power within herself, and even reunite with her long lost brother, who also happens to be her new magic teacher! But as if things couldn't get exciting enough, a lot of strange things has started happening. Dangerous things. Just how will she cope with it all in her first semester? *Note: Please ignore all comments made in 2013 and before, since those apply only to the first version of this book, which has been updated and is now nearly completely different from the Version 1.*
Star- Crossed Magic (Book Two)
Maxwell Beckman (really Prince Maximillion) once knew a couple who were going through a Romeo and Juliet type mess. He didn’t think he’d ever see them again, but when he did, it was the start of another chain of magical chaos. When the rivaling families of the couple catch up to them, Maxwell and his friends must brace themselves for a war, all the while keeping a lookout for more sinister forces with an agenda of their own.