Title: Support: Purity and Control 1 (The God Jars Saga #4)
Author: Devon Vesper
Publisher: Magelight Press
Release Date: January 21, 2018
Genre(s): Fantasy / Paranormal Romance
Page Count: 231 pages
Reviewed by: Tosha
Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
As Aesriphos Valiant, Valis needs all the support he can get. Oh, and he needs a husband, too.
Valis advanced in ranks in the holy warrior order of Aesriphos on accident. If he doesn’t find a husband soon, it could undermine the entire order because an aspirant must marry before advancing
He knows who he wants, he’s just too afraid to act on it. But as they go on a quest to help a friend, being so close to Tavros is filled with temptation Valis isn’t sure he can resist.
As they fight for their lives, Valis learns more about himself as a person and as a leader, but the challenges only keep coming, and some of them have a price that just might be too high to pay.
The M/M romantic elements in God Jars is a very slow burn. The God Jars Saga contains explicit material including violence, abuse, and M/M sexual encounters, and is not advised for anyone under the age of 18.
I swear this series just gets better and better with each passing book and once I am done with one book in this series, I cannot wait for the other because I just do not want them to end and I want to see what awaits Valis and Tavros next.
In this book, it picks up where it left off in the last book with Valis and Tavros getting ready for their journey to accompany Seza and Zhasina out to accompany a caravan and make sure they have help if they need it.
The journey starts out fine but Valis is still on edge about the premonition that Thyran had and also Valis is not excited about the feelings that Aryn has for him. The one good thing that does seem to be happening is through this journey Valis is starting to hear a different side of Roba that he never got to see exist. Instead of being the horrible person he was in life he seems to be extremely helpful in his death and just maybe Valis will be able to forgive him at some point for the way that he treated Valis when he was alive. Only time will tell on that front.
Another thing that is bothering Valis throughout this journey is that he has not heard from his papa or his father and he is extremely worried about them and it’s putting Valis off of his game because of it. Valis has to learn to leave his worries behind and concentrate on the journey ahead of him.
Last but not least there is Tavros. Valis still does not know what to think about the developing feelings for him and whether he wants to tell Tavros about them or not in fear of ruining their friendship.
So this will definitely be a journey that will not only broaden each of these four people’s horizons but it will also be a journey of personal growth and development. This will not be an easy trip for any of them and there will definitely be a lot of surprises along the way both good and bad.
Devon Vesper has done an incredible job on this series thus far and Devon leaves me wanting and waiting for more with each book. This book did the same in that aspect as the others. I cannot wait to see what is going to happen next because once again the book was left off with a cliffhanger. Taking this journey with Valis is like actually being right there with him for each new obstacle and new development. That just amazes me.
This is definitely the best book in this series thus far and I can’t wait for the next one.