Friday, April 17, 2015

Athis Dey

Title: Athis Dey
Author: Jennifer Wright
Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing
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ISBN: 9781784304973
Genre: {M/M} Paranormal Series
Rating: 4.5 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Chocolate Minx

Larken and Khale spent so much time dwelling on their own personal pain that true love almost escaped their notice.

Athis Dey is the fourth book in the Finding Home series. The plot is an incredible merge of stirring dramas, plausible dilemmas and amusing character interactions. The setting is the fantasy world of Pavarus, which is caught up in the middle of a civil war; the demented dragon leader wants to control this world populated by vampires, dragons and magic folk. The honorable vampire warriors are currently the protectors of the realm.

In this episode Larken and Khale are fated to be mates, but neither man recognized their good fortune. The separate emotional chaos each man dealt with blocked their capacity to find happiness; neither Larken nor Khale realized that the solution to their calamity was outside of their control.

Vampire warrior Larken is wallowing in heartbreak after being jilted by Zane. Airos is Zane’s story. Larken begins to self-medicate but the remedy caused more of a crisis than dealing with the issue that plagued him.

Vampire warrior Khale is castle sentinel leader for his affluent father. Khale has been abused all of his life, the worst of his beatings are because he is gay. Khale will do anything to gain his father’s approval, but his vindictive father is incapable of loving anyone but himself.

Jennifer Wright has created another impressive installment to the Finding Home series. The main characters are engaging as well as being incredibly sensuous in their few moments of intimacy. The villains are truly a nasty piece of work. I absolutely enjoyed Athis Dey and look forward to the next episode.

 Publisher's Note: This book is best read in sequence as part of a series

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