Revenge by May Dawson – A Book Review

Posted June 11, 2020 by Booksandblurbs in PNR, Reverse Harem, Reviews / 2 Comments

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Revenge: House of Nephilim

(Wicked Reform School – Book 9)

by May Dawson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Stand Alone RH, PNR, ARC, Academy
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited

Down & Dirty

Where do the creatures that go bump in the night go when they’e done wrong? Wicked Reform School, where monsters roam, emotions are volatile and danger always lurks. Free on Kindle Unlimited.

What is it about?

(Blurb from GoodReads)

Welcome paranormal delinquent… We hope you enjoy your stay at Wicked Reform School.

To facilitate this, we have a few rules:

1) Never disobey your instructors or staff
2) Be at the appointed place at the appointed time
3) Fights will not be tolerated (unless sanctioned by your guards)

If you follow these rules, you’ll be fine. If not, well…

They didn’t have to say anymore. Everyone knew the ending to the sentence. Reform or die…it was our only choice. Because this wasn’t a school, it was our prison.


REVENGE: HOUSE OF NEPHILIM is a reverse harem academy romance with a twist that is part of the Wicked Reform School series. Wicked Reform School is a reverse harem paranormal new adult multi-author shared world series with unique stories featuring characters who walk the line of their paranormal laws.

The series includes:
Book 1 – Untamed: House of Berserkers by Lacey Carter Andersen
Book 2 – Narcotized: House of Mermaids by TB Mann
Book 3 – Avarice: House of Mustelid by Emma Cole
Book 4 – Reborn: House of Phoenix by Lia Davis
Book 5 – Bloodlust: House of Vampires by Tabitha Barret
Book 6 – Darkblood: House of Witches by Scarlett Snow and Tiegan Clyne
Book 7 – Risen: House of The Undead by TL Reeve and Michele Ryan
Book 8 – Rebel: House of Fae by Rosemary A Johns
Book 9 – Revenge: House of Nephilim by May Dawson

Thoughts on Revenge – House of Nephilim

First thought? Twisted. Seriously, the plot weaves and flows, dragging the past into the present and smacking all the characters in the face – but it’s called Revenge for a reason. Eden it out for it, and her targets have no idea what’s gunning for them.

To start off, the Female Protagonist in question, Eden, kicks off her mission by getting herself arrested, something the powers that be have been trying to do for years. Little did they know that she would venture willingly into the Lions’ Den, but where else would she go? The remaining Lord of Havoc are there…

That is just a taste of the diabolical machinations that imbue this narrative. Misconceptions, untruths, deceptions and shadows, they all come out to play, and it’s a game none of them may be ready for.

There were moments when I felt I was running to catch up to the plot as far more often than not, it’s. breakneck speed that left me reeling. Eden has a purpose, and we are just along for the ride – even if there were a few times I wasn’t certain what that purpose really was.

Revenge is technically Book 9 in the Wicked Reform School series, though it can be read and enjoyed alone.

*I received an ARC of this book and am thrilled to share my honest opinion* 


First Person, Multiple POV

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Romantic Dynamic


Character Age Range


My Final Verdict on Revenge

Fast, furious and steamy, this is a Stand Alone Reverse Harem that plays well in a shared Universe. Free on Kindle Unlimited.

Revenge – House Of Nephilim

Published June 11th, 2020
340 Pages


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