Years ago, Aidan joined the army as an idealist with big dreams, determined to save the world. That was before he made a crucial mistake that cost the life of the man he loved. Now he’s living without purpose and drinking to forget... until he sees a stranger about to lose an unfair fight, and finally has a reason to put his life - and his heart - on the line again.
Liam cares about two things in life: using his law degree to make the world a better place, and keeping his younger brother Jamie out of trouble. He doesn’t need anything - or anyone - else. But when he confronts Jamie’s abusive boyfriend and finds his career and his life in jeopardy, Liam is forced to admit there are some threats he can’t handle on his own.
After Aidan saves Liam from the hired goons sent after him, Liam thinks he’ll never see his mysterious rescuer again. But Aidan sees a chance to make up for his past wrongs - and his one meeting with Liam has awakened a spark inside him that he thought was gone forever. When he offers to become the brothers’ live-in bodyguard, Liam swallows his pride and accepts... but he soon discovers that Aidan represents a new kind of danger, one that threatens to tear down the walls Liam has built around his heart.
Save Me is a full-length steamy gay romance novel with no cliffhangers, no cheating, and a happy ending. Note: This book contains references to physical and emotional abuse.
Save Me by Aria Grayson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Title: Save Me
Author: Aria Grayson
Every once in a while I'll read a novel that isn't from my regular style, hoping that it'll wow me and make me want to keep reading that style. While I've read M/M novels in the past and was thrilled by them, which was why I wanted to try Aria Grayson's Save Me. I was intrigued when i read the blurb and as I started reading, I often wondered how this quad would make in their individual relationships. As much as the suspense was through the roof in the beginning, I wanted to know where this novel was going: was it trying to keep with the suspense and mystery or was it trying to make you believe in second chances and the importance of supporting your loved ones. As confusing as Save Me was at times, I was still intrigued enough to keep going on to find out the fate of these four individuals.
This is the type of novel that you have to go in with an open mind, even without any expectations; it's the story about four men all linked in one way and who must find their own way in their own lives and in their relationships. Liam is a lawyer who cares about two things: his career and his little brother Jamie. Only, as Jamie's boyfriend Eric becomes more abusive, Liam puts his life and career in danger when he confronts Eric. Aidan, facing his own demons, comes to Liam's rescue when strangers want to harm him. Together, these two try to heal one another while trying to save and protect Jamie from his own boyfriend. While Save Me may not have been my favorite novel, I still enjoyed many part of it.
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