‘Athis Dey’ (Finding Home Book 4) By Jennifer Wright #LGBT #Review

Sam reviews ‘Athis Dey’ (Finding Home Book 4) By Jennifer Wright. This book was published by Totally Bound Publishing on April 16, 2015 and is 169 pages long.

This book was provided free of charge for an honest review by the author.

Why I read this book: I absolutely loved the first 3 books in the series and I knew I had to read this one too.



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.
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Athis Dey is the 4th book into the Finding Home Series. I recommend you begin with book 1 so you can get the full understanding of the storyline and the characters in it.

The story picks up where Airos ended, Zane and Bo have become mates and Larken is struggling with the loss of his relationship with Zane. Larken, now has to figure out a way to deal with all the pain so he can learn to live again.

Khale lives in Allengard. He is a protector of the City. All his life Khale has only wanted to be accepted and loved by his father, Vardel. So much that he has hidden away his true self and his desire to be with another man. That is till he meets Larken, the second in command over the Coven.

Larken and Khale have instant connection a strong desire to be together. But with all the obstacles that are thrown their way and the tragedies that strike it seems that maybe they aren’t meant to be mates after all.

Can Larken finally let Zane go? Will he open his heart up again? Will Khale stand up to his father and finally be who he truly is? Will Khale and Larken give in to their desires?

The Finding Home Series was my first experience with the paranormal genre. I ended up reading the first 3 books back to back and was impatiently waiting for book 4 to be released. After finishing Athis Dey, I have to say Jennifer Wright didn’t disappoint I absolutely loved it.

The author’s writing is amazing. She keeps you hooked from page one till the very end. The book is packed full of emotion, action and suspense. I love that we get to see glimpses of the characters we met in the last 3 books and I can’t wait to read about the ones that were introduced in this one. The way the author ended Athis Dey there is no doubt that there are more books to come and I can’t wait to read what is next in this amazing series.

10/10 pots of gold



Hey everyone, I’m Jen and I’m an author of M/M erotic romance. I love M/M romance, both reading and writing it – seriously, what’s better than a sexy man…two sexy men! You can’t go wrong there. 😉 Though I do dabble in a little bit of M/F romance, my main passion will always be smutting it up with men, men, and more men. I try to dedicate as much of my free time to writing as I can (ha! what free time?), but if I’m not typing away on my laptop, you’ll find me with my nose buried in a book, or with my loving fiance debating on what movie to watch and the never ending back and forth decision of what to have for dinner. I love spending time with my family and fiance, cuddling with my dog and two cats, and laughing as much as possible (cuz I like to think I’m funny :-D).

Some little tidbits about me are – I love animals of all sorts, I have a really big sweet-tooth, and I’ve been told I like to talk with my hands (insert hand gestures here).

Author Contacts:

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One thought on “‘Athis Dey’ (Finding Home Book 4) By Jennifer Wright #LGBT #Review

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