Darkmore Penitentiary: Captive Fae | Review

Title: Darkmore Penitentiary: Captive Fae (Alpha Wolf)
Series: Supernatural Prison for Dark Fae #2
Author: Caroline Peckham & Susanne Valenti
Pages: 539 pages
Version: Ebook (ARC)
Release date: 16 October 2020
Rating: ★★★★★


I came here with a single goal in mind. An aim. A purpose.
I will break out of Darkmore Penitentiary.

But I was a fool to think that it would be so simple. And now with more and more Fae relying on me to get them out of this slice of hell, I find myself unable to do a damn thing.

Mason Cain stabbed me in the back and left me to rot in the dark. So now I have another goal in mind before I escape this place, because no one messes with the Queen of the Oscura Clan and lives to tell the tale. The moment I get out of this place, my sights will be set on him.

Between the four alpha males luring me in, the psychopaths trying to kill me and the monster roaming the halls at night, I have my hands full in here.

But one thing is for sure. I’m not throwing my life away in this place.

So I’ll do whatever it takes to escape.

This is a dark, hot paranormal romance series where the main character will end up with more than one male partner. The series is set in the same world as Zodiac Academy and Dark Fae, with some character cross-over but each series can be read without having read the other series.


This book was provided by the authors in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Caroline Peckham & Susanne Valenti!

Darkmore Penitentiary: Captive Fae is the second book in the Supernatural Prison for Dark Fae series and continues the story of Rosalie and her men.

I just finished Darkmore Penitentiary: Captive Fae and I’m really angry at Caroline Peckham and Susanne Valenti. The book was so suspenseful at the end and I was so excited for all of them and then these sisters gave me this cliffhanger?! I need the next book, like now. I’m too invested in this story and I really want to know what is going to happen next for Rosalie and her men.

Twelve was supposed to be out of sight, out of mind. So why was she out of sight, but so deeply in my fucking mind that I couldn’t think of anything else?

I really enjoyed reading Darkmore Penitentiary: Captive Fae because Rosalie is such an amazing character. I cannot stop laughing, she’s so funny and badass. She and I would definitely be friends and I’d look up to her and her bravery. As for the men, I loved that we got to see more of Rosalie and Cain’s relationship. As I mentioned in my review of the first book, Cain is really interesting to me and I’m a sucker for vampires. I also really love Roary and Ethan, and Sin has taken its place in my heart too. Although he is crazy and loves the Belorian way too much, he has something that I really like. I think I cannot complain about Rosalie’s relationship with the four men because the relationships really developed in this book.

She was a goddess, a fucking queen. I didn’t know when I’d realised that, but I knew it in the depths of my soul.

Darkmore Penitentiary: Captive Fae was such an addictive book. I’m really sad that I didn’t have much time this week, otherwise I would’ve finished it in one sitting. Caroline Peckham and Susanne Valenti are one of the best writing duos ever, and all their books are so well written and when you have time (because these books are big), you can easily finish them in one sitting/day. They are that good!

I shot toward her, resting my forehead to hers for half a second that I didn’t have to waste. But for the sake of wiping that suspicion from her eyes, I would. *swoon*

I really loved reading Darkmore Penitentiary: Captive Fae and I’m so so so excited for the next book. I really want to know how the story is going to continue and how some of the relationships are going to develop next. I also want to say thank you to Caroline Peckham and Susanne Valenti for some certain scenes and descriptions… If you read the book, you all know what I’m talking about! 

PS: you’re welcome for all these Cain quotes. I love my boss man!