Delinquent Demons by K. Webster – A Book Review

Posted March 20, 2020 by Booksandblurbs in PNR, Reverse Harem, Reviews / 0 Comments

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Delinquent Demons

(A Paranormal Prison Novel)

by K. Webster
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Fast Burn, PNR RH, HEA
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited

Down & Dirty

Part of the Shared Paranormal Prison Universe, this fast moving and fast burn Reverse Harem expands on that far reaching world with heat, a bit of delivery and new characters. Free on Kindle Unlimited.

What is it about?

(Blurb from GoodReads)

I’ve been wrongfully accused.
Sure, everyone sent to prison says that.
It’s true, though.
I’m not who they say I am.
Dark. Evil. An abomination. The worst of the worst.

They sent me to the deepest, most awful catacombs of Nightmare Penitentiary. It’s where they put all their secrets they don’t want anyone in the world—both human and paranormal—to know about. I’m left to be forgotten and waste away until the day I die.

And I’m not alone.

I’m there with others. Others who are worse than me.
Terrifying. Horrible. Monsters.
Four demons in particular who seem to wake from their evil slumber the moment I enter their presence.

They want me.
All four of them.

I’m not sure what they plan on doing once they get their hands on me.
But one thing’s for sure…

It won’t be good.


From USA Today Bestselling Author K Webster, comes a dark, paranormal prison reverse harem romance standalone novel!

Thoughts on Delinquent Demons

The concept behind this book, and the ultimate ‘why’ of everything was rather intriguing, along with the ‘why’ of the guys…. but, the way the plot moved forward was strange. Things happened that made little sense, people attacked that had little place, her sexuality was used as a weapon against her (and in ways that are beyond strange when the truth is let out) and events were far, far too rushed.

I get it, things need to be laid out and solved when we are facing a Stand-Alone novel, but this felt like pages were left on the editing floor that could have benefited the narrative… and explained quite a bit more.

That aside, there was a certain humor in the way K. Webster was able to twist a phrase and in the way Charis thinks, plus this fills in a few more questions about the prison and we see at least 2 familiar faces.


  • Overall concept is solid.
  • I like the way Charis thinks, sometimes.
  • We see familiar faces… including the horrible Warden and that creepy Nurse who is not so much a Nurse.


  • Too Fast.
  • Emotions are said but not shown…. why? The tattoo?
  • RIbb…. I’m with Charis on this one, the guy is an putz.
  • Narrative is scattered and stumbles in several places.
  • Very short.


First Person, Multiple POV

Ending Type




Romantic Dynamic


Character Age Range


My Final Verdict on Delinquent Demons

Needs a little work and some smoothing out, but it is still an interesting concept and features events that help fill out the background story of the Prison. Free on Kindle Unlimited.

Published February 24th, 2020
178 Pages

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