Wednesday, May 20, 2015

SAVING SAMUEL by Nicole Colville

Book Name: Saving Samuel

Series: Manchester Menage Collection #1

Author's Name: Nicole Colville

Genre: M/M- Contemporary

Main Characters: Daniel, Milo and Samuel

Release Date: March 27, 2015

Book Provided by: ARC by author

Reviewed by: Wendy

My Rating: 3 Stars

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Police officer Milo and Fireman Daniel have been dating off and on for six years, but it always seems more off than on. Just when their relationship reaches breaking point, someone enters their lives, unknowingly helping the confused couple work through their differences.
Falling in love with the man Daniel rescued and who Milo is investigating as a potential arson suspect isn’t a conventional start to any relationship, especially one which includes a mysterious blond who’s afraid to stop running. But they both see what didn’t work out as a couple, could work out as a ménage.
Daniel and Milo unite to help save Samuel, but quickly realise he’s not the only one being saved.
With so many obstacles in their way threatening to destroy the future they desire, all three have to fight to create a bond too strong for anyone or anything to break.

Review: What I liked about this book was Daniel. I think he wanted his HEA so badly that he finally opened his eyes and saw that he could have so much more than what he expected. Being in an on and off relationship with Milo for six years he was fed up with Milo not being more open to him about what he wanted, besides sex. When Daniel, a firefighter, saves a homeless person he feels an instant connection to the person in his arms. When Milo sees how Daniel is reacting to Samuel, the man he saved in the fire, he steps up his game to prove to Daniel he is the man Daniel wants him to be. Samuel was saved by Daniel, but he is the one that ends up saving all three of them.
What I did not like was the errors, if you go back through my reviews you will see I am not one to point out errors but there were so many. I finished this book even though I wanted to stop reading a few times due to the writing/editing issues. 

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