5 Stars, Jennifer Wright, Paranormal Romance, Pride Publishing, Reviewed by Jackie

Review: Athis Dey by Jennifer Wright

Title: Athis Dey (Finding Home: Book Four)

Author: Jennifer Wright

Publisher: Pride Publishing

Pages/Word Count: 206 Pages

At a Glance: Jennifer Wright has written a fabulous series, and I cannot wait to see what is set for these men in the future.

Reviewed By: Jackie

Blurb: Is it truly better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all?

In Larken’s case, he isn’t so sure. He did love someone, then he lost them, and it hurt like hell. Now, Larken has to figure out how he’s going to get over it and find love once more. Then again, does he even want to care for someone so strongly for a second time? He’s had his heart broken once, and he fears it’s too soon to open up to someone else. But how can he really deny the new feelings that are growing inside him?

Khale, on the other hand, has yet to fall in love at all. It’s something he’s wanted his whole life, and now he finds that it may be within his grasp. Khale could love Larken with all his heart—he can see himself with the warrior for the rest of his life. But Khale also yearns for Vardel to finally accept him as his son, and this wanting misguides him, leading him into trouble. Now he needs Larken’s help—he needs the man he’s fallen in love with to save him, but he fears his secrets and possible betrayal will have ruined his chance of ever finding happiness.


Review: I have been a fierce fan of this series since the first book was released. I love the alternate universe setup and the Dragun and Vampire war. Each book in the series has given us a small yet significant bit of information to piece together the story. This book seems to be more focused on the relationship of Khale and Larken, though. Now, I have no problem with this at all. After the outcome of book three, I felt that Larken kind of deserved to have a book totally centered on him. Once I got to know Khale better, I felt the same way about him. These two tortured souls earned a HEA, but make no mistake, Ms. Wright didn’t make it an easy trip to that HEA.

Larken ended up in a downward spiral when he lost the man he loved. He found solace in drugs and meaningless sex. As we all know, these crutches can only last for so long before we have to truly face our demons. When Larken travels with his leader, he finds the one thing that could make facing those demons worth the heartbreak.

Khale is a man who suffers silently, and has suffered his entire life. From the moment of his birth his father has hated him, and nothing Khale does can change that. He just hasn’t realized that fact. When he meets Larken, he finds the thing he hasn’t even known he was looking for. Larken and Khale share one night together, and for this one night of perfection, Khale pays a very large price, one he has paid before.

When Khale pulls away from Larken to appease his father, Larken doesn’t know the suffering the man has endured, and he takes it as another rejection. Unfortunately Larken and Khale are going to be spending a lot of time together when Khale and his warriors accompany Larken and his warriors back to the coven’s stronghold after the coven is setup by the Council. What ensues is a push and pull between the men that results in them falling head over heels in love, but will that love be enough to overcome Khale’s longing for his father’s approval? Will he be able to stand strong on his own, and love the man Larken is, without worrying what his father will think?

This story is chock full of some racy sex scenes, some very tender loving moments, and plenty of action to keep you on your toes. There is a pretty large secret revealed about one of the Draguns, and this secret leads to what could be the end of Larken and Khale’s fragile beginning.

Jennifer Wright has written a fabulous series, and I cannot wait to see what is set for these men in the future. The characters in this series are very tough warriors, and they are all fairly messed up emotionally. The beauty of these books is the way in which love helps to heal them, but at the end of the day they have to heal themselves before their love can grow.

I would highly recommend this entire series, but it definitely needs to be read in order from book one.



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Indy Pride 2014 – Thanks, Pics, And A Wrap Up Of Our Day

Pride Selfies: Me, Jambrea Jo Jones and Lynley Wayne

Pride Selfies: Me, Jambrea Jo Jones and Lynley Wayne

On Saturday, the 14th, I had the privilege of attending my first Pride event here in Indianapolis. It was such a positive and uplifting day, and I’m so glad Lynley Wayne and Jambrea Jo Jones let me tag along on their coattails as a reviewer representative of the genre we write, read and love. As days go, I’ll tell you it’s one I’m not likely ever to forget. Indiana is one of the remaining states in the union that’s not only stubbornly holding on to the man/woman/marriage definition but is a state that’s been working hard to make marriage unconstitutional for same gender couples. After attending Indy Pride and seeing the projected one-hundred-twenty-thousand men, women, and kids in attendance, Indiana is a state that seems poised to move forward and make equality a verb rather than a noun.

We have so many people to thank for their generosity, for without the donations we received, our booth wouldn’t have been such a huge success. The depth of our gratitude can’t be expressed in a few words, but suffice it to say it’s because of these donations that we helped to introduce and spread the word about the M/M romance community to Indianapolis.

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Many thanks go to:

Elizabeth North and Dreamspinner Press for your donation of books, pens, DSP discount coupons, and Chapstick.

MLR Press for your donation of Chapstick (Which, P.S. – people got a kick out of the fact we were giving away vanilla Chapstick in the booth next door to the Indianapolis Kink Society)

Ethan Stone for the donation of books and bookmarks

Jennifer Wright for your donation of books and discount coupons for the purchase of your books at Totally Bound

Sloan Parker for the donation of books

Rider Jacobs for the donation of magnets

Deanna Wadsworth for the donation of bookplates, bookmarks, stickers and discount coupons

EM Lynley for the donation of bookplates

Christopher Koehler for the donation of your books.

And finally, a special thank you to Lynley Wayne’s husband, Brian, for making the spinner wheel so we had a way for people to win all these great prizes.


It was gratifying for us to introduce people who love to read to a genre of books some didn’t know existed, and it was even more gratifying when I found people here and there who’d read some of the authors I love, but celebrating books is nothing when compared to meeting people who’ve been marginalized, who’ve been made to feel less than because of who they love, who’ve ever had to hide a part of themselves because of fear of rejection by the people who are supposed to accept and love them unconditionally. When a pagan woman tells you their community is so often forced into hiding because of the misunderstanding of their beliefs, I think it proclaims in big bold letters that Pride events are necessary for anyone who has to put on a public face in order to avoid being judged and condemned. Pride is the day when people can shed the uniform of conformity and celebrate without fear of being ridiculed and harassed for it, and I think I can safely speak for the three of us when I say it was that atmosphere that made it such an amazing day.

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Indy Pride was twelve hours of chatting and pimping and people watching. It was a day filled with more than a few laughs and a lot of celebrating. And of Steve Grand, who is so beautiful and talented and I’m sorry I sucked so badly at videotaping him! But here, here’s a .gif of him that I was able to salvage from the wreckage of my Amishness. Enjoy!

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Jennifer Wright, Totally Bound

And Now, A Spooktacular Review of Jennifer Wright’s “Airos”

“A great book should leave you with many experiences, and slightly exhausted at the end. You live several lives while reading.” ― William Styron

One of the best things about writing reviews for a blog is the opportunity you have to read a book by an author that you may not have noticed otherwise. This is what happened to me a few months ago. An author I hadn’t heard of before, Jennifer Wright, submitted her novel “Pavarus” to the blog for review and I told Lisa, “What the hell, send it to me.” Little did I know I was going to get hooked on yet another series. Like my to-be-read mountain isn’t tall enough, right? The reason I am telling you this is to give you an idea of how much I was totally jonesing for this newest book in the series. In the first two books, we got a look at Zane, one of the MCs of Airos, and his best friend Larken. I told Jennifer on more than a few occasions that I simply could not wait for Zane’s story and I just knew that Zane and Larken were going to live HEA and walk off into the moonlight together. I was just waiting for Jennifer to write their story. Well, she did…….
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Jennifer Wright, Totally Bound

Boo! It’s A Vampire Kind Of A Day, And Jennifer Wright Wants To Give You A Halloween Treat, No Trick!

TNA: Welcome to The Novel Approach, Jennifer, we couldn’t be happier to have you here with us today. Why don’t we start by having you tell us a little bit about yourself, a few things that make you, you?

JW: Well, I’m originally from Arizona, but now live in Wisconsin (I know, drastic change in weather, right? :P). I live in a happy home with my sweetie-pie and our two cats. I love watching movies, reading, and spending as much time with my family that I can.

What makes me, me? Simple – writing. Writing defines who I am, my passion, my center, my everything. If I couldn’t be a writer, I’d be a sullen husk without purpose or personality. Wow, too deep? Nah! I know y’all can handle it. ;) I am a writer after all – Drama is my middle name.

TNA: Have you always written M/M Romance, or is that something that came along later in your writing career?

JW: It came along later. I very much enjoyed writing M/F, but then my reading took a turn to the M/M side and I found a whole new passion! My first published book, Pavarus, actually started out as an M/F. It was hell converting it, lol! Now, everything is M/M. My first two books I wrote will stay M/F, and one day when I find time to revamp them, I hope to get them published – maybe under a pen name.

TNA: What was your first published M/M title? Do you remember the precise moment you came up with the story idea and knew you wouldn’t rest until it was told?

JW: My first published M/M title was Pavarus: Finding Home Series book 1. I hate admitting this, but I honestly can’t remember when I came up with the idea, or what inspired it. I’m constantly coming up with new books in my head all the time – it’s hard to keep track of it all.

TNA: How long have you been writing?

JW: I started writing ‘for real’ only a little over 3 years ago. I dabbled in it a little growing up, but nothing serious, just for my own personal pleasure.

TNA: Let’s chat a little bit about the Finding Home series. When you started it, did you have all the books plotted in advance, or do you just write as the characters tell you their stories? Did you know in advance how many books there’d be in the series?

JW: In the very beginning, I didn’t have everything plotted out, but about halfway through writing Pavarus, the rest of the series came to me – well, for the most part. Originally, there were only going to be 4 books, but at the very end of the first one – when writing about Eli – Keddrick and Eli’s story came rushing in. Zane’s story was supposed to be book 2, but the impatient Keddrick and Eli wouldn’t wait and demanded their story next. Thankfully it was all thought out by the time I reached out to Totally Bound.

TNA: I know that Wesley didn’t get the mating mark because he is human, but with Eli being a magical being is there a reason he didn’t get the mating mark?

JW: Actually, it’s a family mark. It’s kind of like their last name – it represents who they are. The family mark is only passed between vampires. Since Wes had a way of getting Remus’ mark by an emblem on a necklace, I wanted Eli to get ‘something’, so I was going to have Eli getting Keddrick’s family mark tattooed on, but it didn’t really fit in well to the story.

TNA: The world building in these first two novels was very detailed. How did you come up with this universe that the vampires and their enemies are living in?

JW: Uh, I don’t know. Lol! It just kinda came to me. It wasn’t like I was thinking and devising it in my head, it was more like I was watching it all be created in my mind and I just wrote down what I saw.

TNA: Which authors have been your biggest influences?

JW: J.R. Ward and J.L. Langley. Ward has a writing style that I’m flat-out envious of, and Langley has some of the best story ideas I’ve ever read. There isn’t a book by either author that I don’t absolutely LOVE.

TNA: As I said in my review of Pavarus, I am a vampire story junkie. What are some of your favorite vampire novels?

JW: J.R. Ward’s Black Dagger Brotherhood series has to be #1. Lara Adrian’s Midnight Breed series has to be #2. I know neither are M/M, but I don’t actually read a whole lot of vampire books.

TNA: Will any of your couples end up having children in the future, either by surrogate or maybe magical means?

JW: Unfortunately, no. There was a moment when I was going to add an abandoned child in and have the little boy be adopted by my couple in the 4th book, but it really doesn’t seem to be fitting in right anymore, so I don’t think it’ll happen.

TNA: Do you have any favorite characters in the series? If yes, which ones and why?

JW: Zane and Larken, hands down. For Zane, I love his attitude, his hardness (stop thinking dirty there Jackie), and his true personality that is only shone when he’s with Larken. And for Larken…well, what’s not to love. ;)

TNA: Will Aliam be given another mate? I would hate to see him mourn forever while all of his friends find true love.

JW: I hate to be the bearer of bad news then, but no, he doesn’t get another mate. His heart will forever only belong to Eveen.

TNA: Would you care to share a little bit of information on any of your current WIPs?

JW: Ugh! I wish I could tell you about Athis Dey: Finding Home Series book 4, but I don’t want to give anything away for the 3rd book. I really set the 3rd book up as a ‘who’s Zane gonna choose?’, so revealing the main characters in the fourth book will kind of give it away. But other than my FH Series, I’m writing 5 other books.

There’s too many to talk about so I’ll just tell you about a futuristic one titled Love Me As I Am. It’s about this woman, Anna, who has all along known that deep down she’s meant to be a man. Being the future, this is actually possible where she can be transformed completely into a man. Now Rayne (once Anna) has to get Emery, his best friend and the man he’s secretly loved, to except him as a man now instead of the woman he once was.

TNA: Where can readers find you on the internet?

Blog: http://authorjenwright.wordpress.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AuthorJenniferWright
Twitter: https://twitter.com/_JenWright
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/JenniferWright
Totally Bound: https://www.totallybound.com/index.php?route=product/author/info&author_id=253
Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Jennifer-Wright/e/B00A2I2F80/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_pop_1

TNA: Would you care to share an excerpt from Airos with us?


Zane has everything in his life under control and in order, but can he keep it that way when a young dragon is thrown into his life?

Zane was meant to be a warrior—end of story. Though he may not have had the most pleasant life living at the coven, he still loved being there. But the steadiness of his world came to a halt all within one day’s events. A man he never saw coming has pushed the boundaries of what little normalcy he has, and learning of a secret love is just confusing him even more. Zane has never felt more torn on what he should be feeling…and for whom. Though, if he assumed having two men plaguing his every waking thought was hard enough, learning of the danger his mother is in nearly has his head spinning off into another dimension.

The leader of the Dráguns is threatening to take everything away from him, his best friend is slipping further and further away from him, and a little dragon is managing to get under his skin in more ways than one. Sorting out what he has to do, what he wants, and what’s right for him will be the biggest challenge he’s ever been faced with. Will he follow his heart or will he take the easy path…or is the easy path the right path to begin with?


Larken watched the tiny snowflake drift down from the sky. He reached out and let it fall into his hand, melting the moment it touched his skin.

If it were only that easy, to simply melt away and exist no more.


Larken stilled at the sound of Zane’s voice.

“There you are. What are you doing out here? It’s fucking freezing.” Zane joined him on the balcony but didn’t come up to stand next to him, instead leaning against the ledge a few feet away. “I, uh… I was wondering if we could talk.”

Larken remained silent—he had nothing to say. And even if he did, he didn’t think he’d be capable of forming the words and speaking them out loud.

“All right, I’ll talk—you listen. Can we go inside, though? It’s colder than hell out here.”

Larken made no move to go inside, he just stared at the woods and at the tiny snowflakes that were slowly gathering on the leaves of the trees.

“All right, I guess we’ll stay out here then.” There was a moment of silence and Larken could hear Zane shuffling next to him. “I imagine today came as quite a surprise for you. Even though I hated to do so, that side of my life had to remain a secret. I did it for my mother.”

His half-breed side, that’s what he came to talk about? Of course, I should have known…why else would he be here.

“You have to know, though, that keeping it from you hurt the most.”

Not nearly as much as I’m hurting now.

“There were so many times that I wanted to tell you, to share that side of my life with you.”

Only a side? But I want all of it. I would have given anything to have it…to have you.

“I hate that you had to find out this way. But I just couldn’t… Bo had been hurt, and I had to go find him.”

Larken closed his eyes as a knot formed in his chest, stealing his breath away. The dragon. Zane exposed himself for Bo. His secret was important enough to go a century and a half without telling anyone…and he gave it up for the dragon.

When Larken had left the gathering room the hurt inside him had clutched at his soul and had been slowly sucking the life out of him. The ache had consumed him and spread throughout his body, attacking every nerve and every emotion—the last bit of it tearing at his heart just then, as the man he loved spoke of another.

“Do you have nothing to say?” Zane asked, concern lacing his words.

Larken let the silence linger between them, trying to figure out in his mind how every-thing had gone so wrong. “I don’t care that you’re a half-breed,” he finally replied. It was true, he didn’t care, and it was the least of his concerns. He looked over to Zane. So many times he’d gazed into those sapphire eyes, praying that someday his friend would look at him in the same way. “Yeah, I’m a little mad that you didn’t tell me before, but it doesn’t matter.”

“Then why do you seem so upset?”

Here’s your chance, he’s asking you up front, do not cower away this time.

Larken wanted to curse at the voice inside his head. He had never cowered away before—he just knew that he’d needed to give Zane time to come around on his own.

Bullshit! The time for excuses is over—you and him are over. You let him slip away. You were weak—too scared that he’d reject you, and look where it’s gotten you.

Larken mentally shook his head, shaking away the harsh words. He wanted to argue back, deny everything, but ultimately he knew the voice was right. This was his last chance to tell Zane how he felt, but there were no words to even begin to describe his love for him.

He would just have to show him instead.

Closing the distance between them, Larken framed Zane’s face with his hands and crushed their mouths together. He put all the love he had into the kiss, handing over every ounce of his heart. He wanted to devour every inch of Zane’s mouth, but he held back, keeping the kiss passionate—not possessive. Finally, he pulled back and rested their foreheads together.

Larken brushed his thumbs across Zane’s cheeks. “Tell me you felt something,” he whispered, then placed a chaste kiss on Zane’s lips. “Tell me you felt something for me.”


TNA: Thanks again for being here with us today, Jennifer!

JW: Thanks again for having me as a guest!



A Sneak Peek At The Coming Week, A.J. Corza, Amber Kell, GotYouCovrd, Jennifer Wright, John Goode, Kol Anderson, Paul Alan Fahey, Poppy Dennison, S.E. Culpepper

And Now, A Sneak Peek At The Coming Week

Hi, everyone, I hope you’ve had a great week and are looking forward to more fun in the coming days. We’ve got another busy week scheduled, filled with guests and giveaways and, of course, reviews galore! Here’s what’s coming up in the week ahead:

>>Monday – Kol Anderson will be our guest, with an interview and giveaway of his upcoming release, Soulmate.
>>Tuesday – Poppy Dennison is going to poppy in to share some of her most favorite GRL memories.
>>Wednesday – Paul Alan Fahey will be here on his “Lovers and Liars Wartime” Blog Tour, with the chance to win one of the first two books in the series.

A.J. Corza from Got You Covered will also be here, as always, with her Top Cover Pick of the Week.

>>Thursday – Jennifer Wright will join us on her “Finding Home” Blog Tour, with an interview and a giveaway – a lucky reader’s choice of a book in the Finding Home series.
>>Friday – John Goode is our guest, as he begins his writing series today with “Once upon a time…”
>>Saturday – Amber Kell will be here on her Birthday Blog Hop, with a great way to win a book from her bookshelf.
>>Sunday – S.E. Culpepper will be dropping by on her “Falling Apart” Blog Tour, with a chance to win any one of the four books in the Liaison series.


And that wraps up our week here at The Novel Approach. Until next time, happy reading!

Jennifer Wright, Total-E-Bound Publishing

“Morvea (Finding Home, Book Two)” Leaves Lots Of Questions For Book Three

“The best way to find out if you can trust somebody is to trust them.” ― Ernest Hemingway

While reading the first book in the Finding Home series we met Eli Thatcher. Eli is the man on the Earth plane that takes care of the money and properties for the vampire leader Keddrick. Four years prior to Wesley using the New York portal Keddrick made his visit that he is allowed every ten years. From the moment Eli met Keddrick he wanted him. This beautiful, powerful man was everything Eli ever wanted in a man, er…vampire. Keddrick realized Eli was his mate immediately, however due to a recurring nightmare making him think he would kill Eli if he claimed him Keddrick kept his visit strictly professional. When his time on Earth was up Keddrick gave Eli a small sliver of the stone that opens the New York portal mounted on a cross pendant so Eli could always find Keddrick in an emergency.

Little did both men know that emergency would happen sooner rather than later. When Eli is basically kidnapped by Wayland, the head of the council on Earth, both of his best friends are killed right in front of him. With no other choice, due to being shot himself, Eli goes through the portal to Pavarus. Upon awakening he finds he is with Keddrick and the man is not looking at him as a “friend”. No matter how hard he tries Eli can’t remember how he got shot, why he came through the portal or what would cause him to run.

After a few stolen kisses, Keddrick can’t keep pushing Eli away, especially when Eli has decided to put on a full court press of seduction. After their first time together Keddrick and Eli spend every night together. Soon both men are in love and Eli vows to stay with Keddrick. Even though Keddrick thinks he can’t claim Eli as his mate he is extremely happy to have Eli stay with him in Pavarus.

Eventually Eli gets his memories back, but he doesn’t tell Keddrick what happened because he knows that Keddrick will go to Earth and he doesn’t want him to get killed by the crazy Wayland. One secret he can’t hide however is his strange new ability. It seems to be controlled by his emotions and he practices keeping control until he pretty much masters it.

One day, all of Eli’s lies and untold truths come to Keddrick’s attention due to a truly heinous act committed by Wayland. Eli fears that he has lost Keddrick and Keddrick doesn’t know if he can trust Eli. The two men do eventually work it all out, but another roadblock pops right up when Keddrick decides to go to Earth and he tells Eli he is staying.

Eli can’t let Keddrick go into harm’s way without him, so he enlists help from Wesley and they follow the men to Earth. With some help from Eli’s new power and some unlikely allies, the men exact their revenge, but Eli also learns that Keddrick has known since the beginning that Eli is his mate and he has never mentioned it, let alone tried to bond with him.

Will this new info end their relationship? Will Eli go back to Pavarus with a man he believes doesn’t see him as a suitable mate? I guess you are going to have to read the book to find out. Jennifer Wright has created a unique universe in this series. I for one am totally hooked. There is another relationship brewing on the sidelines and I am chomping at the bit to find out what is going to happen with Zane and Larken. I guess I will just have to wait for book three and cross my fingers, lol.

I highly recommend this series if you like big strong vampires and some super hot lovin’!

Reviewed by: Jackie

You can buy Morvea (Find Home, Book Two) here:

Jennifer Wright, Total-E-Bound Publishing

Warrior Vampires And Dragons? That’s What You’ll Find In Jennifer Wright’s “Pavarus”

Believe in vampires. Believe in me. There are worse things on earth.” ― Anne Rice

This story starts out with Wesley, who has been misled by his boyfriend and somehow ended up in a canoe, going down the WRONG river in the middle of the woods of Louisiana. Needless to say Wesley is not happy about this since he doesn’t like the outdoors, doesn’t like dirt and hates to sweat. When their canoe hits the rapids Wesley’s boyfriend ends up getting knocked out of the boat and Wesley goes over a waterfall. Somehow he wakes in a totally different world surrounded by some very hot men and….Dragons? Lucky for Wes he is rescued from the Dragons by Remus and his friends.

Remus is the Commander of the warrior vampires and second in command of the coven. He and his men, Zane, Larken, Damien and Aliam are out hunting Draguns when Remus finds a scared Wes. Even though he knows he should leave the crazy human that talks of other planets with the human council he can’t seem to let the man go. Remus has never been attracted to another man, but the sweet scent of Wesley’s blood draws him to the man like no one has before. It seems that Remus isn’t the only one attracted to the scent, a small cut on Wes’ finger sends the entire coven into a frenzy and the only way to save the man’s life is for Remus to claim Wes as his mate.

This one action turns Remus and Wesley’s lives upside down. For a vampire warrior who has never been attracted to a man this is brand new for him, and Wesley can’t believe Remus would bind them together without even asking him first. The two men have to learn to coexist because mating is forever, and for a vampire that can be a LONG time. One thing Wesley and Remus never took into account is the fact that being mated to the second in command of the coven puts Wesley in danger from the enemies that he doesn’t even know much about. When Wesley is kidnapped and nearly raped then stabbed and left for dead it causes both men to think about their feeling for each other and they realize they have fallen in love.

Of course neither man communicates with the other and through misunderstandings and failures to put a voice to their feelings the two men almost lose it all. When Wes finally realizes what he has let slip through his fingers is it too late to get his man? Well, I can’t tell you that, you are just going to have to read the book!!!

I have to say I am a kind of vampire story junkie, so I was excited to read a new-to-me author’s take on the vampire genre. I have read so many vampire stories I didn’t think I could be surprised any longer, but Jennifer Wright has proven me wrong. Not only did I find the universe she created unique, but I loved the villains in this story also. This is the first book in the series, so there was some world building, but it was done so well I didn’t feel that I was being bombarded with detail after detail I had to memorize to understand the story. The author also set up the next books in the series very well and gave us some of the history of the next couples ahead of time in this book.

I highly recommend this book and I am very anxious to read the next book in the series and the next and the next and the next!

Reviewed by: Jackie

You can buy Pavarus (Finding Home #1) here: