The Door Under the Bridge

DC Juris
The Door Under the Bridge
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Publisher
Breathless Press
Release Date
January 2011
ISBN
9781926771793
Series
Book 2 of The Sky People Trilogy
Genre
Erotic Romance, Fantasy Romance, LGBTQ, Paranormal Romance

SUMMARY
Tristan and Jinsu's dream romance quickly turns into a nightmare when Jinsu becomes ill. Can Tristan find the portal to Torottu and save Jinsu's life?

Tristan and Jinsu are back! It's now seven months into their fairy-tale romance, and Tristan and Jinsu couldn't be happier. But when Jinsu falls ill with a mysterious, lingering condition, everything changes. Jinsu's magic is dying and taking him with it. Suddenly the couple's desire to find a way back to Jinsu's home world is more than just a dream—it's a necessity. With Jinsu's time quickly running out, Tristan is forced to seek help from someone he'd hoped to never, ever lay eyes on again.

Book Review by DH Starr (author)
Apr 27, 2011   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
103 people found the following review helpful
THE DOOR UNDER THE BRIDGE by DC Juris is the second of his trilogy that follows Tristen and Jinsu. This story begins seven months after Dream Come True ended. Jinsu and Tristen have been living as lovers, but Jinsu has become ill. Once they realize what is causing the illness, a race against time commences to find a portal back to Jinsu's world. To fail would mean the end of Jinsu's life and, to Tristen, the end of his life as well. Requesting the help of the only person Tristen can think of who would take on such a case, the two turn to Bryan, Tristen's former lover. As they embark on a journey to save Jinsu, Tristen is forced to face old demons and to lay old ghosts to rest.

Again, this was a short story of only 32 pages. Within the pages, Mr. Juris has managed to pack in high levels of tension, conflict, sensuality, and angst. I found myself amazed at how much actually happened within such a few number of pages, yet nothing seemed rushed or forced. In fact, the story, while connected to the first in the series, stood alone as not only a great read, but a thought-provoking examination of the emotions involved in reconciling love lost, love gained, and defining what defines a place as home…the place you live or the person you live for?

What I loved most, was how THE DOOR UNDER THE BRIDGE concluded with a satisfying ending, but left me panting for more. I must move along to the final installment of this trilogy to see how Tristen and Jinsu's journey ends.
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