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(A Paranormal Prison Novel)
by Ivy Asher & Raven Kennedy
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
PNR, HEA, Paranormal Prison shared Univers
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited
Down & Dirty
Funny, sweeping and fully immersive, this Paranormal Romance hits all the right notes and leaves a reader satisfied. I mean, come on – it’s Ivy Asher and Raven Kennedy…. if you are reading this blog, then you already know those two! Just get it. Free on kindle Unlimited.
What is it about?
(Blurb from GoodReads)
Nightmare Penitentiary is no joke. The worst of the worst in the paranormal world end up at NP, and I just got sentenced there.
For others, this might be cause for freaking the hell out. But for me, it’s a fucking relief.
You see, I’ve been sold off to the big bad asshole, Alpha Bowen – thanks mom and dad! But if they think I’m going to go quietly, or at all, they haven’t been paying attention to how I roll.
Nightmare Penitentiary is the perfect place to escape, and I’m ready. If only people would stop trying to break me out. Seriously, it’s annoying.
I’m ready to relax and serve my sentence, but then I meet the prison guard, Rook. I can’t seem to escape his heated stares, the head wobbles, or the dimples. Sweet pop rocks, the dimples!
You’re not supposed to meet the male of your dreams in prison, but tell that to fate. Too bad I’m not as out of reach from the troubles hunting me down as I thought… and now, there’s nowhere to run because, like, I got myself imprisoned. FML.
This book is part of a Shared Universe penned by multiple, talented Authors, The Paranormal Prison. While each tale centers around different characters and runs their own directions, there is some overlap and familiar faces. Some stories will be Reverse Harem, some not, some will be stand-alone while others books delve deeper and will result in a series.
Thoughts on Conveniently Convicted
After this author duo teamed up for April’s Fools, I knew the powerhouse penners would wrap another tale with wit and romance.
The Nightmare Penitentiary was introduced in another story (same universe, different author) and while we see a couple of the same faces as Sinclair enjoys her time behind bars, it is not required reading in order to understand and love this novel.
Here, we get a bucket load of humor, a touch of angst and a flood of heat as two stubborn souls find themselves in the most unlikeliest of places. It’s charming, funny and downright cute. 5 stars!
It’s like the Great Hall in Hogwarts except with fluorescent lighting, cement picnic style benches, and it smells like toe-cheese. Okay, so it’s not like the Great Hall at all. (9%)
Yep, I’d shank a ho for this jello, no questions asked. (11%)
Who knew fairies were such angry little assholes? Tiny dick syndrome is in full effect with that one. (26%)
- Very funny.
- Scenes that mesh with the other prison book flow exactly.
- I’m in love with Sinclair.
- Rook, Rook, Rook…. sigh
- Great narrative flow.
- One question early one answers the entire book.
First Person, Single POV
Character Age Range
My Final Verdict on Conveniently Convicted
I love everything about this book, even though the lynchpin is just this side of obvious. It was hysterical, romantic and featured characters that are in their own way, deeply flawed. Plus, Cockatrices!! Who doesn’t love a Cockatrice? Better than Drakes…. 😉 This gem is free on Kindle Unlimited!
Published March 9th, 2020
If you enjoyed this review of Conveniently Convicted, please consider checking out a few of my other articles.
- Tethered to The World by Stacey Brutger – A Book Review
- Rox’s Renegades by Rowan Thalia – A Book Review
- Teasing the Tiger by Rayna Tyler – A Book Review
What are you reading today? Have you read this book yet, or any part of this shared universe? How about other books by either Ivy Asher or Raven Kennedy? Have a favorite? Leave a comment, I would LOVE to talk!