Hexes & Handcuffs
Get hexed, handcuffed, and held prisoner! You’ll be captivated by this collection of supernatural prison stories—full of paranormal penitentiaries, magical asylums, enchanting reformatories and otherworldly juvenile detention centers where inmates, prisoners, and the criminally insane are held captive with enough strength to bind even the most powerful. Within these walls, you’ll find witches, vampires, shifters, fae, wizards, warlocks, and more magically incarcerated creatures, some struggling to escape, and all fighting to just to survive.

Hexes & Handcuffs Details

TitleHexes & Handcuffs
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseFeb 19th, 2020
PublisherDangerous Words Publishing
Rating
GenreAnthologies, Romance, Paranormal Romance, Fantasy, Paranormal, Vampires

Hexes & Handcuffs Review

  • Coco.V
    January 1, 1970
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  • Samantha Shaffer
    January 1, 1970
    Clockwork felon Maggie alabaster prequelThis kind of seemed steam punk like to me it was an interesting short. I bet the other story at the end has some yummy mm. I loved the detail just enough to make you want more.Blood cursed Tabitha Barrett prequelI want to go to wicked reform school and see so vampires go down. This sounds intense I'm defiantly hook I'm going to have to get my the down so I can read these pronoto.Margo bond Collins broken chains prequelWas a fun prequel to an interesting Clockwork felon Maggie alabaster prequelThis kind of seemed steam punk like to me it was an interesting short. I bet the other story at the end has some yummy mm. I loved the detail just enough to make you want more.Blood cursed Tabitha Barrett prequelI want to go to wicked reform school and see so vampires go down. This sounds intense I'm defiantly hook I'm going to have to get my the down so I can read these pronoto.Margo bond Collins broken chains prequelWas a fun prequel to an interesting prison story leaves you wanting more.Deadliest Quirah Casey prequelI think the idea of this story is totally bad ass. I am totally hooked. The Fmc is totally amazing and I love the idea of their powers.Elemental beginnings m.m. Chabot This was a supper cool story idea. This kind of gave me avatar the last airbender vibes mixed with divergent. Totally worth an add to the tbr.Cell block sorcery tiegan clyneThis was a fun short detailed story I love how her work has vivid imagery it sucks you in every time. The character I can tell is snarky but she won't go down easy and I think she likes that warlock more than she wants to admit. I think the ending was my favorite I hope she expands on it if not it's a great short witchy read.Emma Cole. Nicked prequelThey sound like some versions of odd shifter I was totally digging this one.May Dawson freedThis was such an unexpected book I totally feel for it. I didn't see that ending coming at all.Freak Elizabeth DunlapThis was such an unusual story I can't even begin to explain it but I know I need to read the full story.Cyndi Faria uncagedWell that was a twist on a vampire book. I. Liked it it was an interesting read for sure. Some of the military lingo went over my head though.
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  • Leticia
    January 1, 1970
    This review is about the short story: "Rock, Meet Hard Place" by Jen Ponce. (Reviews for the other short stories soon to appear)A fun start to a promising series.This was a very entertaining paranormal short story. I'll be checking out the next installments of this series, and other books by this author for sure!I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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  • S
    January 1, 1970
    Reviewed Rock Meet Hard Place. Ok will start with this is I would say an excerpt or a prequel to this story as its very short and ends on a cliffhanger. That said I immediately loved Mayhem. He reminded me of a very happy puppy that wanted to explore everything, he enjoyed all the nuances that life had to offer both the good and the bad. The story is being told from Mayhems POV so far which is probably why I enjoyed his snark and optimistic view of the world. Crash was along for the ride and was Reviewed Rock Meet Hard Place. Ok will start with this is I would say an excerpt or a prequel to this story as it’s very short and ends on a cliffhanger. That said I immediately loved Mayhem. He reminded me of a very happy puppy that wanted to explore everything, he enjoyed all the nuances that life had to offer both the good and the bad. The story is being told from Mayhem’s POV so far which is probably why I enjoyed his snark and optimistic view of the world. Crash was along for the ride and was enjoying himself but he was a bit more reserved.I had so many laugh out loud moments, snorting moments and just wanted more, and when Mayhem and Crash finally met up with Poppy I snuggled down for an entertaining read and then the story ended. I will admit to a very theatrical NNNOOOOOO. Before that happened I had just muttered that this author has found a new fan and the book ended…both annoyed and hungry for more. Needless to say I’m very curious to see what happens with these three and what hijinks they will get up to.I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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  • Bonny Niswonger
    January 1, 1970
    I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.The first story(ClockworkFelon) is about Nate Bently he wanted to go to a university but his family could not afford to send him. So he had to do something to make it so he can go to school. The secound story (Blood Cursed) is about Ceyla heir to the Sabourin Coven she had no family and no allines. She want by the Miekcarek Coven so they send her to the Dark Forest Academy to see they can get her to go over to I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.The first story(ClockworkFelon) is about Nate Bently he wanted to go to a university but his family could not afford to send him. So he had to do something to make it so he can go to school. The secound story (Blood Cursed) is about Ceyla heir to the Sabourin Coven she had no family and no allines. She want by the Miekcarek Coven so they send her to the Dark Forest Academy to see they can get her to go over to the Miekcarek Coven but things did not go like they wanted them go. The three story (Brocken Chains) is about a prison island that puts supernatural criminals. They keep the people in their oun groups. The four story is (Abducted) and it is about people that catch magically and other suprernatural people and send they to the human world to use as weapons development. Now would be the time to get this book.
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  • Billie
    January 1, 1970
    Get hexed, handcuffed, and held prisoner!Youll be captivated by this collection of supernatural prison storiesfull of paranormal penitentiaries, magical asylums, enchanting reformatories and otherworldly juvenile detention centers where inmates, prisoners, and the criminally insane are held captive with enough strength to bind even the most powerful.Within these walls, youll find witches, vampires, shifters, fae, wizards, warlocks, and more magically incarcerated creatures, some struggling to Get hexed, handcuffed, and held prisoner!You’ll be captivated by this collection of supernatural prison stories—full of paranormal penitentiaries, magical asylums, enchanting reformatories and otherworldly juvenile detention centers where inmates, prisoners, and the criminally insane are held captive with enough strength to bind even the most powerful.Within these walls, you’ll find witches, vampires, shifters, fae, wizards, warlocks, and more magically incarcerated creatures, some struggling to escape, and all fighting to just to survive.This is a brilliant set of storiesWonderful well written plots and story lines that had me engaged from the start.Love the well fleshed out characters and found them believeable.Great suspense and action with wonderful world building that adds so much to the story.Can't wait to read more of these like this!Recommend reading.
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  • Charlotte Clavier
    January 1, 1970
    A brilliant mix of prison stories about all sorts of Supernatural beings - Vampires, Shifters, Witches and Wizards.........etc. All from some of my favourite writers and some great writers i hadnt heard of before. I think this collection is a damn fine read and i really enjoyed reading itMy review of Kiss and Lock Up by Leigh KelseyLoved this short taster about Helle (FMC) and her harem - Alpha Bjorn, Valr and Magnus. Loki's daughter Helle thinks shes human and has no idea what Asgard A brilliant mix of prison stories about all sorts of Supernatural beings - Vampires, Shifters, Witches and Wizards.........etc. All from some of my favourite writers and some great writers i hadnt heard of before. I think this collection is a damn fine read and i really enjoyed reading itMy review of Kiss and Lock Up by Leigh KelseyLoved this short taster about Helle (FMC) and her harem - Alpha Bjorn, Valr and Magnus. Loki's daughter Helle thinks shes human and has no idea what Asgard Penitentiary (where she is at the beginning of the book). Accused of murder she is send there to serve her sentence. This is a great start to this book and im actually looking forward to reading the whole book because this was good
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  • Aimee Bower
    January 1, 1970
    This book set will introduce in many authors that you might have not read before. The stories in this book are fast faced and interesting. They make you want to read that authors book. You will enter so many different worlds in this book. From Maggie Alabaster's ClockWork Academy, Noibee Marsh's The Black to the last book. You will meet all sort of different supernaturals in prison for various reasons.I enjoyed being introduced to so many different authors with all different realms and This book set will introduce in many authors that you might have not read before. The stories in this book are fast faced and interesting. They make you want to read that authors book. You will enter so many different worlds in this book. From Maggie Alabaster's ClockWork Academy, Noibee Marsh's The Black to the last book. You will meet all sort of different supernaturals in prison for various reasons.I enjoyed being introduced to so many different authors with all different realms and supernatural characters, I recommend thisI received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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  • Country Goose
    January 1, 1970
    AnthologyAs most anthologies, it is filled with a group of short stories meant to captivate and get you hooked on a new series. Some of these are prequels, and some are just short stories associated with an existing series. Sadly, I feel most if these are good for existing fans that have already read the connecting series. There are a few stories that have promising plots. As for worth, I was fortunate enough to purchase for free through Amazon, and regardless, it is worth that price. I think AnthologyAs most anthologies, it is filled with a group of short stories meant to captivate and get you hooked on a new series. Some of these are prequels, and some are just short stories associated with an existing series. Sadly, I feel most if these are good for existing fans that have already read the connecting series. There are a few stories that have promising plots. As for worth, I was fortunate enough to purchase for free through Amazon, and regardless, it is worth that price. I think the regular price was 99 cents, which is still a good price in my book.
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  • Wanda Jewell
    January 1, 1970
    I read The Prison of Despair by D. A. Stein. This review is ONLY for that short story. I did not get any of the other stories in this book set. Vampires being caught by vampires and taken to a prison to breed after being drugged and the it cuts off. I really didn't understand the book. It didn't seem to have an ending and I didn't know really why anything was happening. I didn't have long enough to like the characters. It was not my cup of tea.I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout I read The Prison of Despair by D. A. Stein. This review is ONLY for that short story. I did not get any of the other stories in this book set. Vampires being caught by vampires and taken to a prison to breed after being drugged and the it cuts off. I really didn't understand the book. It didn't seem to have an ending and I didn't know really why anything was happening. I didn't have long enough to like the characters. It was not my cup of tea.I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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  • PS
    January 1, 1970
    Great Collection by some impressive authorsI have to confess that I got this book because Im totally gushing on Bee Murray at the moment and her contribution of Raven Guard was super. But then I got lost in the anthology. It is packed full of great contributions and the variety and diversity is impressive. From inmates to guards, from space stations, shifter jails, gods being gody, seelie criminals, the list is endless. Its a great read! Great Collection by some impressive authorsI have to confess that I got this book because I’m totally gushing on Bee Murray at the moment and her contribution of Raven Guard was super. But then I got lost in the anthology. It is packed full of great contributions and the variety and diversity is impressive. From inmates to guards, from space stations, shifter jails, gods being gody, seelie criminals, the list is endless. It’s a great read!
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  • Andrea Green
    January 1, 1970
    Really good anthology with some interesting storiesI loved this book but i have only given it 4 stars as normally anthologies have novella's where as some of the sties in this book are far shorter, not even long enough to be classed as a prequal and contain only a few chapters and because of this felt rushed and need a lot of fleshing out.That said there are some good solid starting points for series here and i particuarly liked the stories by Elizabeth Dunlap, May Dawson and Tiegan Clyne.
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  • sherri jones-teachout
    January 1, 1970
    Prison for supernaturals. These stories are all prequels to series. All of the main characters are magical supernatural beings who have been sent to prison for crimes they may or may not have committed. And once there they are looking for a way to break out or take over, with a little help from other inmates. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review
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  • Christina Luberts
    January 1, 1970
    We have adventure, suspense, and of course romance. I only read a few of the stories, Since they seem to leave you wondering what will happen next. So yes the stories is a start of a series. Some of the stories are really short and others are longer. So you might want to get the set just so you have the prequel to the series.I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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  • Kathryn
    January 1, 1970
    Rock, Meet Hard PlaceThis is a great introduction to this author and story for me. It is well written and has an engaging storyline. I really enjoyed this original take on gargoyles and magic. The characters are likable and have great personalities. I really look forward to reading more of this new series.I am voluntarily leaving an unbiased, honest review.
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  • The Mysterious Reader
    January 1, 1970
    I downloaded this ebook solely because I saw Margo Bond Collins was a contributor. Sure enough, I loved her story. Happily though the others were also a lot of fun (with one exception though it was well done even if not for me, so Im not going to point it out). Im glad I came across this set and am happy to recommend it. I downloaded this ebook solely because I saw Margo Bond Collins was a contributor. Sure enough, I loved her story. Happily though the others were also a lot of fun (with one exception though it was well done even if not for me, so I’m not going to point it out). I’m glad I came across this set and am happy to recommend it.
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  • Lynall
    January 1, 1970
    If you want a sneak peak or a prequel prior to purchasing a full series,this anthology will provide that. The stories are short glimpses into other series, not an anthology or collection of novels. Not what I likeI received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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  • Linda Levine
    January 1, 1970
    Introduction to Interesting SeriesThis is a diverse collection of stories about supernatural individuals facing prison. There each are short reads and many introduce you to a series thats upcoming or is part of one that has already been released. It is a good way to find more interesting read. Introduction to Interesting SeriesThis is a diverse collection of stories about supernatural individuals facing prison. There each are short reads and many introduce you to a series that’s upcoming or is part of one that has already been released. It is a good way to find more interesting read.
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  • Tera Comer
    January 1, 1970
    WOW what a boxset. If it is a collection, anthology or box set I am always buying them and hoping that I find new authors to read! A set of amazing stories written by some amazing authors and once you pick this up you will not want to put this down!Clockwork Felon by Maggie AlabasterBlood Cursed by Tabitha BarretBroken Chains by Margo Bond CollinsAbducted by Bokerah BrumbleyBefore the Storm by Quirah CaseyElemental Beginnings M.M. Chabot Cellblock Sorcery by Tiegan ClyneNicked by Emma ColeThe WOW what a boxset. If it is a collection, anthology or box set I am always buying them and hoping that I find new authors to read! A set of amazing stories written by some amazing authors and once you pick this up you will not want to put this down!Clockwork Felon by Maggie AlabasterBlood Cursed by Tabitha BarretBroken Chains by Margo Bond CollinsAbducted by Bokerah BrumbleyBefore the Storm by Quirah CaseyElemental Beginnings M.M. Chabot Cellblock Sorcery by Tiegan ClyneNicked by Emma ColeThe Freed by May DawsonFreak by Elizabeth DunlapVampire Uncaged by Cyndi Faria Fugitive Demon by L.A. FoxCaptive Souls by Tina GlasneckChosen by Jen L. GreyKiss and Lock Up by Leigh KelseyBind his wings by Dana LyonsThe Black Garden by Niobe MarshConjuring Asylum by AJ MullicanReporting for Duty by Bee MurrayRock, Meet Hard Place by Jen PonceThe Prison of Despair by D.A SteinBounded by Khardine Gray writing as Faith SummersParanormal Guard by Nicole Zoltack
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  • Jackles
    January 1, 1970
    I read Tabitha Barretts Blood Cursed and holy moly.. its a short novella designed as a prequel for a story in the Wicked Reform School series set to come out later this year and Im excited to see where the story goes. Blood Cursed is a fast paced, action packed great read. I read Tabitha Barrett’s Blood Cursed and holy moly.. it’s a short novella designed as a prequel for a story in the Wicked Reform School series set to come out later this year and I’m excited to see where the story goes. Blood Cursed is a fast paced, action packed great read.
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  • Heather Bane
    January 1, 1970
    I loved each story in this book. Each one is well written and I enjoyed the characters. A really great set of authors. I recommend reading.I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
  • Karen
    January 1, 1970
    Rock meet hard place review This is an entertaining and fun short paranormal story. I enjoyed this quick read with its quirky characters.I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review
  • Sandy
    January 1, 1970
    First let me state that I received an Advance Reader Copy, (ARC), but this in no way influences my review. I always leave an honest review.Wow!!! What a gr8 bunch of prequels. I have now found a new batch of books and authors to read. I recommend this read. 5 Thumbs up
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  • Annalisa
    January 1, 1970
    This was a very original read. It has good worldbuilding and an odd cast of characters. I liked it. I would like to read more by this author.I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
  • Elainesinclair
    January 1, 1970
    Sorry to say this, this felt like a bunch of teens got together to write the worst porn then call it a book
  • Pat W
    January 1, 1970
    What a collection of storylines, each one full of adventure and super super characters. The book easily flows from one to another and they all had me gripped. Super book to have
  • Teka
    January 1, 1970
    Eh. So many barely there stories that dont have a chance to grab your attention before they are over. Some had some promise, others were a flop. It was alright for what it was.
  • Claire Douglas
    January 1, 1970
    Amazing collectionI loved every story within this anthology. Each has it's own unique trait and way of pulling you into the story. Such a worth while read.
  • Dawn Milligan
    January 1, 1970
    Amazing!!!!😍 I love this anthology it has some of my fav authors and a couple new to me! I couldn't put this down and look forward to exploring some more new authors!😍 Amazing!!!!😍🥰 I love this anthology it has some of my fav authors and a couple new to me! I couldn't put this down and look forward to exploring some more new authors!😍🥰
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  • Scarolet Ellis
    January 1, 1970
    Rock, Meet Hard Place by Jen Ponce is an amazing Anthology that I have had the privilege to read and own. I have loved reading this amazing anthology and can not wait to read more form these authors in the future. I highly recommend this story to everyone who loves reading about contemporary and paranormal romance.I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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