Review: Savior

Savior by Sierra Riley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

*~~*ARC kindly provided by the author to me in exchange for an honest review *~~*

“Can’t you see I need help?”
“What the hell is wrong with me?”

Detective Steven Mason was in his prime. From the Army to the NYPD, he gave it his all, until a stray bullet from a rookie cop put his whole life on hold. After all the surgeries to patch his shoulder back together, Steve’s only chance at holding a gun and a shield again lie with his physiotherapist – the guy Steve bailed on back in college

“You did this, and you’re going to have to be the one to fix it.”

Adam Little lives the perfect life. New York’s best physiotherapist, he runs a private practice and rents a fancy new apartment overlooking the Hudson river. He gets what he needs from hook-ups and goes right back to work the next day. Except today. Today hurts. Today is the day Steve Mason walks back into his life, and Adam isn’t ready to forgive him.

“I am your best hope.”

Parted by fear, bound together by need, both men must overcome their pain if they’re to find a better future. But can they work together to truly heal the scars of the past, or will their deep-seated wounds tear them apart forever?

Savior is a steamy, standalone gay romance novel with a HEA and no cliffhangers.

It seems people have a divided opinion of the books written by the colaboration team Sierra Riley (it is no secret anymore ;)). I can say: again a great book by Sierra Riley.

I enjoyed this very much, and I wasn’t disappointed. :3 The blurb sounded intriguing and it was thrilling. It was great to see a reunion of the character, two former friends who’s friendship was crashed because of stupid actions in the past – or at least one of them call them “stupid”. It is thrilling – and funny – to see how Steve is trying to surpress his feelings for Adam, but sometimes also very heart clenching.

Adam is really sure right from the start and he never doubted his feelings for his former best buddy. The revealing later in the book are great and it is heart warming how Adam helps Steve to overcome his problems.

Of course there is steamy sex in this book, it is hot as hell to see Steve exploring a few things for the first time, other things aren’t so new for him. 😀 Fact is the pressure is constantly rising.

There is also drama in this book, not only according the events but also within the character development.

Great read and awesome as a lot of Sierra books. :3 They hit a nerve with me. 🙂

5 out of 5 stars. This can fully be read as a stand alone. 🙂


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