CRASHING THE COMICON by Charlie Richards

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CRASHING THE COMICON by Charlie RichardsCrashing the Comicon by Charlie Richards
Series: Wolves of Stone Ridge #21
Published by eXtasy Books Genres: Gay, Paranormal
Reviewed by Lisa

When the Vampire Council dispatches Sebastian ‘Seb’ Russo to Stone Ridge, Colorado to facilitate a meeting between shifters and the human government the usual private jet is unavailable, so the vampire is forced to take a commercial flight instead.

What seems an inconvenience at first becomes good fortune when Seb realizes his beloved or soul mate is also on board the flight.  His duty will be delayed as the vampire trails his beloved to Las Vegas where the human is attending a major Comicon.

If not for his boss’ insistence Dirk would not be part of a panel discussing comic art and design at the show.  The only bright spot within the hated crowds and chaos is meeting Seb who intrigues and charms the shy geek.  Everything is going great until Seb uses words like ‘mate’ which immediately terrifies Dirk.  A recent horrific experience with shifters was enough to last the human for a lifetime.  Seb has his work cut out convincing Dirk that the paranormal world is more good that evil.

Crashing the Comicon enchants.  Smooth talking Seb is nonetheless an honorable vampire while Dirk is a sweetheart haunted by his past. Their initial stirrings of love eventually generate lots and lots of wonderful heat.  Once again these characters prove that communication is what matters most.  Seb and Dirk are dynamite together.  Enjoy the twists and turns in the storyline of Crashing the Comicon, though as ever it is the characters here who will stay with you.

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