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How to Save a Life (The Haven) Paperback – October 11, 2013
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"Sloan Parker strikes again with a suspenseful, sexy M/M read ... I can't wait for the next book in The Haven series. Highly recommended reading." -On Top Down Under Book Reviews
"Of all the stories Sloan Parker has written, I believe that 'How to Save a Life' is her best to date. Sloan has woven excitement, intensity and lots of angst, with interesting characters, deep emotions, into an ardent love story." -Rainbow Book Reviews
About the Author
Sloan Parker writes passionate, dramatic stories about two men (or more) falling in love. She enjoys writing in the fictional world because in fiction you can be anything, do anything—even fall in love for the first time over and over again. Sloan lives in Ohio with her partner and their neurotic cats. Her greatest moments in life are spent with her family, her friends, and her characters. To contact Sloan, find out about her other books that are available for purchase, and read free stories, visit: www.sloanparker.com.
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Walter is a former cop who now runs a private security company and his company does the security for Haven, he is friends with the club owner and he first meets Kevin when he is called in by the owner to look into a missing young man. Due to his own heartbreak, Walter keeps trying to keep his distance from Kevin, but upon discovering Kevin is a reporter, not just a new club member, they choose to work together instead of against one another.
The more they learn about this case, the harder it is to remain neutral and unaffected by each other, and the less Kevin wants to run from himself. Walter is concerned about their age difference, Kevin does not see it as an issue since no one has affected him as much as Walter has.
This book is part mystery, part thriller/suspense as well as a romance. It was very hard to put down and as it got closer to the end, had it been a movie, I would have been on the edge of my seat! I hope there are more books to come where we get to know more about the supporting characters that were key to this story along with the opportunity to visit again with Kevin and Walter.
I highly recommend this story!
Walter...he only pissed me off on occasion. Overall, I really liked him.
As far as the whole abduction story line goes, I was feeling it maybe the first two mentions of it (our psycho is crazy) but after that I wasn't really feeling it at all, I mean for all I cared they could have been investigating the great tomato theft of 2013. Well, maybe that's not true. The abductions relate to each of them for different reasons and getting to their past and their motivations for helping was important and I really liked that part of getting to know them and their little moments of sharing. However, I felt the Protector was...well...skim-worthy. Sorry.
Would recommend for the relationship. Would read more from this author.
Kevin is too feminine and could easily be a woman with a pronoun change, especially at the elevator fight.
Walter is fixated on his age, makes him a dull character.
The plot was frustrating because logically there was only one place the boys could be, yet it took the whole book for the ex-cop(Walter) and the reporter(Kevin)to figure it out.
The scenes with the boys/cages held my attention
Author intrigued me about Luke's story and Seth's story. Buuuuut...I am very hesitant to buy them.
I'm not sure I wanted to get to know the Protector... I don't like to read about such negativity in the books I read, enough misery out there in what they call 'IRL'...
What I did enjoy however was the strength in the lead characters as well as their weaknesses, and it was interesting to see two people with such a big ge difference. I just wrote about something similar, taking a different approach. This was refreshing.