Genre: Romance, Reverse Harem
Publisher: Independently Published
Release Date: December 30, 2021
Haven’t rad the first novel, Find Me? Check out my review HERE!
Save me from my past.
Save me from my fear.
Save me from my pain.
Save me from myself.
The Stone brothers are the reason I can smile again. They are my only light in the drowning darkness. What started as friendship between them and me has become something more. They want me and I want them, too. But that won’t happen with my grief tearing me apart.
Will I succumb to my grief and let it destroy me? Or will my guys be able to save me?
***WARNING This is a reverse harem romance. Contains violence, graphic killing, foul language, and sexual content. Some parts may be triggering.***
Immediately after finishing Find Me, I picked up Save Me. Though Save Me is a shorter novel, it covers a lot of ground. Namely, it focuses heavily on Shiloh’s mental health while further developing her relationship with the brothers.
Find Me laid the groundwork for Shiloh’s mental health after the brutal murder of her family. Save Me furthers this by giving readers more insight into what happened with Mr. X and it is disturbing. Trigger warnings abound. Shiloh struggles to deal with PTSD, anxiety, and depression. She comes to realize her coping mechanisms aren’t as healthy as previously thought and begins to heal with the help of the brothers.
Shiloh’s relationship with the brothers evolves past angst and tension and it’s delicious. Each of the brothers offers Shiloh something different. However, I still find Keeland and Knox’s relationship with Shiloh a little weird since they’re so much older. Knox is 25 and Keeland 23. The age gap isn’t the issue. The issue is that Shiloh reads as younger than 18. Though, her scenes with Keeland are fire hot.
Overall, Save Me is a worthy sequel that dives deep into Shiloh’s mental health in a constructive way while also developing her relationship with the brothers. As of writing this review, the third novel has a release date of summer 2022!
Have you read Save Me? What did you think?