Code Blue (The Sierra View #3)



Title: Code Blue (The Sierra View #3)
Author: Max Walker
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: July 28, 2017
Genre(s): Contemporary/Doctor/Rock Star
Page Count: 230
Reviewed by: Gigi
Heat Level: 4 flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5
Blurb:

Ethan Winter’s world is rocked after a tragedy leaves him an empty husk of who he once was. He lives his days focusing solely on his patients and not much else. He used to have it all and now found himself empty handed. There was nothing that could make him feel any better.

Crow Kensworth is ready for the time of his life. He just recently came out of the closet and is preparing for his first national tour, his music career taking off. Things couldn’t get any better.

When Ethan’s world crashes into Crow’s everything gets thrown off course. Suddenly, Ethan is reminded of how good it feels to hold someone. At the same time, Crow is learning how good it feels to be held.

The two men start believing things actually could get better.

Then the letters begin, and Crow’s world is threatened by a stalker who seems to have their eyes fixed on the swoon-worthy singer. Both Ethan and Crow will need to find strength in each other as the stalker becomes more and more desperate for Crow’s heart, going to lengths that neither of them imagined possible.


OK, what do we have here…

    1. Very likable, warm and kind characters
    2. Characters who become friends before jumping into bed (delicious slow burn!)
    3. 4 flames sex once things heat up (hot but not scorching)
    4. A side plot that allows our heroes a few hours of peril and a White Knight situation
    5. A charming and lovely HEA

No doctoring, which is what attracted me to the book, but I enjoyed it without the hospital drama.

Recommended.

Sierra View Series


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Author

I love a man in uniform! Cops, Firefighters, Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, they are my favorite! I also love some angst in a good story and friends-to-lovers. M/M erotica alone doesn’t do it for me. It’s gotta have a story and some conflict. BDSM when I’m in that mood and threesomes with 3 men or 2 men and 1 woman, again when the mood strikes. Hetero? Sure, if it’s really good. HEA ONLY!

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