Dmitri Marchetti is the son of one of the strongest vampire coven leaders in New York City. When his coven uncovers new intel on a human-supernatural trafficking ring right in their midst, their coven immediately acts. Jayce and Dmitri meet, and the sparks fly. The easygoing Dmitri finds renewed purpose: something he’s never felt before, and he finds it in Jayce.
With the threat of a crazed madman looming above Jayce, Dmitri vows to protect the human. But even vampires have their limits—and it will take a lot of love, a lot of trust, and a hastily-put-together plan to save not only the man he was growing to love, but each other.
Irrevocably Intertwined by Frey Ortega further builds upon the Into the New World series. Jayce is kidnapped from his home and sold as a sex slave. If not for the intervention of a very old vampire family the Marchetti’s, Jayce would not have faired so well. He is immediately drawn to Dimitri Marchetti and vice versa where lust at first sight runs rampant.
Once again, Mr. Ortega takes a shy human and makes him a larger than life character who adds substance and depth to the story. Jayce’s dilemmas in life directly impacted his decisions regarding Dimitri, yet I felt they were not the only factor—Jayce knew his mind and clearly stated it.
Dimitri and Jayce traversed a slippery slope as the need and desire to bond rides at both of them—all happening very quickly, but never diminishing the pace of the story.
I anxiously await Mr. Ortega’s subsequent books in the series. Rude Awakening (1) and Irrevocably Intertwined catapulted the reader into a fascinating world where humans and paranormals do not mix, let alone humans are aware of them. Frey Ortega has manipulated this quandary and opened up a series of thrill rides. Kudos!
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