Jennifer Wright
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Release Date
November 2012
Book 1 of Finding Home Series
Contemporary Romance, LGBTQ, Paranormal Romance, Vamps & Shifters Romance

Thrown into another world where dangerous creatures live and rule, will Wesley stay and find love with a vampire, or will the terrors of an unknown realm have him running home?

On a camping trip in Louisiana, Wesley finds himself sucked down a hidden portal and thrown into another realm where he meets Remus, a warrior vampire. With the help of Remus, Wesley embarks on an adventure to find his way home, back to a world not filled with vampires and dragons and magic folk. Along his journey, the handsome vampire finds his way into Wesley's heart. But will his love for Remus overcome his fears of the creatures that reign in this world?

Remus has never wanted a man before, but finds himself drawn to Wesley despite his denying efforts. He's happy with his life as the commander of the vampires, and has had no interest in finding a mate. But after Wesley is kidnapped, Remus discovers his feelings for the man are stronger than he thought. Is he strong enough, though, to honour Wesley's wish to return home, and let go of the man he loves?

Book Review by Laurie P (reviewer)
Sep 23, 2013   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
164 people found the following review helpful
The world building done by Jennifer Wright was a flawless blending of middle ages earth and the modern world we live in, set in another dimension. It's a dimension inhabited by Vampires and Draguns or, as we call them, Dragons.

City boy Wesley doesn't do camping or bug or the great outdoors. So he can't figure out why his current boyfriend Tony thought it would be a great idea to trick him into doing all of that and canoeing, too. Adding insult to injury, they went rafting down the wrong river. They find this out while Wes is pitching a hissy fit of epic proportions. Too bad they didn't figure out before Wes and Tony's canoe hits the rocks, knocking Tony out of it. This leaves Wes alone without his paddle or Tony's, just as the canoe hits a waterfall, plunging Wes down into the depths of the pool below the falls. As hard as he tries, he can't break free of the suction pulling him down.

From the start of the story, I wasn't sure how the author was going to get us to the other dimension and the rest of the story. But Wes keeps getting pulled down, and the world goes black. He wakes up in the dark, but that can't be, right? It was daylight when he fell into the water and he wasn't out cold that long. Was he? As he tries to get his bearings, he hears noises and looks up to see a monster, or a dragon.

He's saved by men with bows and arrows who chase off the dragons, injuring them. Wes is then taken captive by Remus and his group of warriors. Wes is taken back to the Remus's coven, where he learns they are Vampires. He's to stay there until they can figure out how to get Wesley home. And they realize he's telling the truth about coming from another world, which is something Keddrick, their Sire, confirms.

Remus has his hands full keeping Wesley safe; there is something about Wesley that is sweeter than a normal human's blood. When Wesley accidentally cuts himself while dining, a blood frenzy starts among all of the unmated Vampires. To keep Wesley safe, Remus has to mate him, knowing he only gets one mate and he's never been with a man ever. Also knowing that Wesley is still intent on going home.

The well-rounded secondary characters of Vampires, Witches and Dragons enrich this story. The writing is easy to read, the storyline flows along, pulling me deeper into their world. This was a fun fantasy to read.
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