Review: Noir Reformatory by Lexi C. Foss & J.R. Thorn

Length: 244 pages

Published: March 26, 2020

Rating::⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Source: Kindle Unlimited

Synopsis

Happy Birthday, Raven. Welcome to Noir Reformatory.

Not what every girl wants to hear on her 18th birthday, but I accepted my fate long ago. Once my wings turned black, I knew I’d be stuck behind bars.

A Noir Angel for life.

That’s fine.

I’ll own this prison just like I did back home.

Even if it’s ruled by two hot kings.

This reformatory isn’t all-girls; it’s co-ed. Which means I’m outnumbered ten-to-one by brutes with more brawn than brain. Not a problem. I thrive on aggression and this place is riddled with it. A nightmare wrapped up in an ebony cloak.

Well, bring it on, boys.

Just try and claim me.

Note: This MMF romance novel is part of the Paranormal Prison collection and the start of a brand new “Why Choose” series by USA Today Bestselling Authors Lexi C. Foss & J.R. Thorn.

My thoughts 💭

I liked this book. Raven was born with black wings which just marked her as bad. She’s sent to a different prison when she turns 18 where she meets Sorin and Zian. The guys protect her, improve her fighting and realizes that their mates. After so long they start to question what’s really going on and they get partial answers and have to wait or figure out the rest. I can’t wait to read Novak’s story.

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