- File Size: 725 KB
- Print Length: 198 pages
- Publisher: Skye Turner Books (March 15, 2016)
- Publication Date: March 15, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01D1Y4O8A
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #462,227 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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His Only Salvation is a time honored classic story about the battle of good vs evil. On one spectrum you have Gabrial: Crime boss. Drug runner. Then you have Luke: Police Detective. Bound to take down the crime syndicate that Gabrial runs. The only problem? At one time Gabrial and Luke were best friends and they still share one thing: Hope. Hope is equally in love with both men. She has been for what seems like forever.
Yes, this is a love triangle. From the blurb you wouldn't be able to tell, but it is. Don't let that dissuade you though. Read on with confidence, it all comes out right in the end.
This is my confession: Although I did see the twist coming (in the books defense, its hard to shock me like that) I am satisfied with how everything works out at the end. The epilogue? Very classy.
Even though I did love Luke and Gabrial in different ways, I didn't like Hope for the fact she couldn't choose. I understand how much she was torn between them but I was very disappointed in her character. For a smart woman, she was quite dumb, too.
This was a quick dark read and I did like how it ended.
Gabrial covers the tall, dark, and handsome aspect of the book. He’s brooding, he’s dangerous, and he’s possessive. I’m Gabrial DeLucca. I do not share. Everything I have is mine…mine. But not Hope…Hope is not solely mine. Her body is mine. I know that she responds to me as if we are two pieces of the same whole, but her heart…her heart is split. Half mine…and half Luke’s.
If Gabrial is the dark, then Luke is the light. He’s fun, lighthearted, and on the right side of the law. I gasp in mock outrage. “How dare you? Jim Carrey is hilarious!” He shakes his head and says sadly, “I’m afraid you’re incorrect. He’s dumb and obnoxious, not funny. The only movie he was even in that was worth a damn was Liar Liar and maybe the Grinch one.” Hate to say it, but Luke is right about this one. Maybe that’s why I was so taken with him. As much as he loves Hope, he knows part of her belongs to Gabrial. He never forces her to choose—in fact neither do—but he does set boundaries within their relationship and Hope respects that about him. She doesn’t like it, but she respects it.
This book kept me on the edge of my seat. The prologue dragged me under and I just kept waiting for the damage to hit.Read more ›
"His only salvation" is the story of 3 childhood friends, Luke, Gabrial, and Hope, who have grown up and all gone on to separate (but interconnected) lives. Gabrial went dark (being the mob boss with a soul). Luke went light (the cop with brotherly love for a mob boss). And Hope, well Hope is grey. She is deeply in love with both men, carrying on a relationship with both throughout her life. This is one aspect that I was a little skeptical of- I just didn't see that two grown men, both very "alpha" would take their woman seeing and loving someone else. Ms. Turner does a good job making it work though. You see the pain and longing that Hope has for each man- knowing she should choose but unable to.
"I've always said that people couldn't love two people...that one person couldn't be 'in love' with more than one person...but you can. Trust me, you can. My heart is solidly split down the middle"
Hope is truly in love with both men. And they know she is equally in love with both of them.
"I'm Gabrial DeLucca. I do not share. Everything I have is mine... Mine. But not Hope...Hope is not solely mine. Her body is mine. I know that she responds to me as if we are two pieces of the same whole, but her heart... Her heart is split. Half mine...and half Luke's"
The men know and struggle with this aspect of Hope. They love her, and they love each other as family, but they are two opposing sides of the same coin. One cannot exist while the other does. Something has to give.
As the story progresses, life gets messy for the 3 friends.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I received an ARC of His Only Salvation from Skye Turner.
Going into the story I knew to expect a sexy, erotic, dark romance, and I was not disappointed. Read more
What can I say about this book? Well, it was not at all what I was expecting, but that's not a bad thing. Read morePublished 3 months ago by hdagostino
It was a good short read. There never was a dull moment. It was sad to see that Grace only ended up with one of the men she loved.Published 3 months ago by M. Deluna
This was my first read from Skye Turner and I really loved her writing, this book was filled with Love, lust, crime and excitement. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Lianne Heaps (The British Book Addict)
I received an ARC for an honest review of His Only Salvation by Skye Turner
Hope has loved two boys for almost her entire life and yes at the same... Read more
4.5 from me... Not what I was expecting from the blurb, at all.... That is both good and bad. I was expecting something different. This is a love triangle, but to the extreme. Read morePublished 4 months ago by The Naughty Librarian
This is my first Skye Turner read but definitely won't be my last. I really enjoyed His Only Salvation however, I would say that the book was not what I expected based on the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by maria @ One Handed Book Reads
I thorally enjoyed the characters and story. Well worth the short read. Completing not predictable and had a surprise ending.Published 4 months ago by BookLover
This is Hope , Gabriel & Luke’s story. Hope is a woman who struggled with being in love with two men. Read morePublished 4 months ago by April R Symes