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by Katie May
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
PNR, Medium Burn RH
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited
Down & Dirty
Joining the growing list of books in the Paranormal Prison Sage, this book offers a new take on the PNR adventure. Free on Kindle Unlimited.
What is it about?
(Blurb from GoodReads)
I lived my life as a prisoner.
I’ve always been told stories about the real world, but I haven’t seen it for myself. All I have ever known is pain.
They tell me I have been blind since birth.
When I make my escape, I think freedom is finally within my grasp…
Until I’m captured by the paranormal police for a murder I didn’t commit. Apparently, I have powers—powers I have always suspected myself of having.
Normal people can’t see through other people’s eyes, right?
Thrust into Nightmare Penitentiary, I meet a group of hard, alpha, psychotic inmates who believe I’m the answer to all their prayers. Me? I’m just trying to survive and figure out what it means to live. My new home isn’t just a prison, but a labyrinth with horrors around every corner.
But what if the cost of my life is my freedom? Am I willing to trade one cage for another?
Welcome to Nightmare Penitentiary where you come in handcuffs and leave in a body bag.
This is NOT a bully romance. These men are all hardened criminals and extreme alphas, but they adore their female. Be prepared to enjoy a painfully naïve female main character who slowly grows as the book progresses and a group of psychotic, murderous males. This book contains strong language, sexual situations, and a reverse harem romance. A Reverse Harem, Why Choose Romance.
Thoughts on Blindly Indicted
Nina, our Female Main Character, is blind. That, along with so many other facets, make this story a different kind than the normal Paranormal Reverse Harem fare. She gets around her disability (in amazing ways, btw) but the simple fact that she DOES have a disability, well… it speaks volumes, and it’s well done.
This story is both simple and complex, offering up a romance backed by a complicated plot orchestrated by nefarious individuals that will most likely make an appearance in other parts of this intertwined universe. Characters we have seen (and loved) before, pop up here, either by mention or presence – though you do NOT have had to read the previous books to understand and enjoy this. It is stand alone, it just fits into an expansive Universe shared by numerous, talented authors.
Over all, this is a great book, with entrancing characters and quite a few ‘fist pump’ moments. I enjoyed it from start to finish – and I fell in love with the entire bunch of stabby psychos (and they are ALL crazy, don’t let them convince you otherwise!)
Evil doesn’t discriminate against gender. (11%)
Playing Go Fish with a blind girl? I highly recommend it. (49%)
Oh god. Damien’s going to start getting teary-eyed because Nina showed an interest in his deranged hobby of stabbing people. (59%)
- Well written.
- Great characters!!!
- Appearance of previous characters in this Universe.
- The Prison is becoming a touch clearer.
- Damien….. and Rion…. I think I absolutely LOVE these fools.
- Nina, she’s fantastic.
- There are a couple lines that didn’t make sense.
First Person, Multiple POV
Character Age Range
My Final Verdict on Blindly Indicted
Well done and well written, this is a perfect addition to the ever growing Paranormal Prison Sage. Hot, fast paced and stand alone, it’s just what you need for a perfect afternoon (or night!) read. Free on Kindle Unlimited.
Published March 23rd, 2020
If you enjoyed this review of Blindly Indicted, please consider checking out a few of my other articles.
- Reaper Unexpected by Debbie Cassidy – A Book Review
- Heart of Tartarus by Lucy Smoke – A Book Review
- Psychic Prison by Song & Agnus – A Book Review
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