The Crossroads Priestess by Tyranni Thomas – A Book Review

Posted August 5, 2019 by Booksandblurbs in PNR, Reverse Harem, Reviews / 0 Comments

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The Crossroads Priestess

(The Crossroads Priestess – Book 1)

by Tyranni Thomas
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Fast Burn, Paranormal RH
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited

Down and Dirty

Short and far from sweet, it feels more like the opening salvo to a bigger series. A bit disjointed, but intriguing enough to keep reading. Free on KU.

What is it about?

(Blurb from GoodReads)

I brought a demon home from work by accident, and I’m not even sure that’s the worst part of my day.

He says I’m his, like this attachment I got tricked into somehow equates to unholy matrimony. I don’t have time for this shit. I have an atrocious ex who won’t go away, three kids, and a cancer diagnosis to deal with.

I met a guy named Nikki that says he’s a witch, but he can’t get rid of this attachment either. And now irony of all ironies, he’s growing on me too.

Cancer sucks, but coincidentally so does Caine, a vampire older than time itself. He’s the demon’s friend and my only option if I wish to stay on this earth with my kids.

This is book one in a reverse harem series. Recommended for readers over 18

Thoughts on The Crossroads Priestess

Overall, this was a fun, if incredibly short read. The idea behind it is solid, and unique – but the execution and presentation lacked a bit. I’m all for normal flowing speech patterns, but the written word does require a bit more description.


  • She’s a nurse in a retirement home, using slang terms that are truly used there.
  • Older FMC (at least in terms of PNR books)
  • She has 3 kids!! 💕
  • Fantastic Cover Art!


  • Disjointed.
  • Transitions are seriously lacking.
  • Short.
  • Often confusing.
  • The writing style is more abrasive than approachable, which suits many, just not me.
  • Needs formatting. The first Chapter is double spaced and lined, while the remaining are more familiar to eBook settings.


First Person, Multiple POV

Ending Type

Episodic, this truly feels like a Novella or Serial, though it is not labeled as such.


R to NC-17

Romantic Dynamic


Character Age Range

32 to ……?


A decent book that could be better, though it is a fun start to a series with just enough darkness and intrigue to keep you entertained. Free on Kindle Unlimited.

Published March 16th, 2019

104 pages 

Please note, this is a Reverse Harem novel which features alternative romantic dynamics and sexual themes more suited to an adult audience.

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