Submerging Inferno by Brandon Witt & @dreamspinners

Today I am reviewing the book Submerging Inferno by Brandon Wit and published by Dreamspinner Press.SubmergingInfernoLG

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Book jacket:

Brett Wright and Finn de Morisco come from vastly different worlds. Disowned by his family for being gay, Brett builds both a life on his own terms and walls around his heart. But nothing can prepare him for the evil that stalks him in the night or from discovering the dark secrets of his heritage.

The youngest of a doting family, Finn lives a sheltered life that allows him to trust easily and makes him quick to jump to the rescue. While using his knowledge of the supernatural world to help Brett uncover the truth of his ancestry, Finn learns neither his magical life nor falling in love is as simple and risk-free as he believed.

New knowledge comes with a price—one that may prove too high for them to pay.

What an amazing book! This first book in Witt’s Men of Myth series is phenomenal. It very much reminds me of the quality and writing similar to Comicality’s Gone from Daylight series. And of course the end of the book segues into the next book in the series, which I am reading right now. The best part of it though is Brett’s struggle to find his heritage, and his relationship with Finn. And the complexity of it. Well done Witt.

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