Heather’s Review of “Supernatural Inmate” by Avery Song & Veronica Agnus

By: Heather Dowell

*Originally posted on Heather’s blog.

After pissing off the head of the supernatural lab, failing at befriending my fellow inmates, and pitching a temper tantrum in the underground cafeteria, it was only a matter of time before I had to do something about this whole captivity thing.

For me, Cassandra Thorn, being born as a human, raised by an elite group of supernaturals, and struggling to reach my twentieth birthday was far more fun than this.

Then again, anything would be.

In this case, “this” refers to being taken against my will—kidnapped—and trapped in an underground lab for supernatural shifters. Pretty ridiculous, considering I was a mere mortal.

Or so I was told.

Turns out there are a lot of things I was told, not all of them true. Now a family secret has been revealed and destiny is just waiting for me to fulfill it…but I was stuck in Prison Boringville with a bunch of not-so-friendly detainees.

Being a supernatural inmate isn’t my style, so with the very new powers bestowed upon me, I was getting my booty out of this hellhole. Unless Adonis the sexy incubus, Dominick the deadly fae master, Otis the death-seeking vampire, and Tristan the sly shapeshifter bust me out first.

Supernatural Inmate is the first book in the Supernatural Captivity series, a Paranormal Prison Romance.


I read this book when it came out in February, so 7 months has passed, and maybe of the details have faded. However, I was so enthralled with it, that I had a serious book hangover waiting for book 2, and wound up reading her next release that was a Fae Rose book. Anyway, what I do remember is that I liked all of the boys and I wanted them to find her after she’d been kidnapped. I also liked the characters she meets in the prison. Most of this book is about the boys trying to get her out and her figuring out she has powers and how to unlock them. It’s funny and steamy, and the last quarter of the book had me breathless as the enemies came rushing in and she had to fight for her life. One of my favorite parts is where one of her lovers shapeshifts to a girl so he can be her cell mate!!! This may be a reverse harem, but there is a clear winner for book one and some serious tension build up between her and another. I may just have to reread this one and continue the series.

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