Title: Patrick’s Savior (Heroes #3)
Author: Nic Starr
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: September 29, 2017
Genre(s): Gay contemporary romance, stalker, danger, mistrust, paramedic
Page Count: 201 pages
Reviewed by: Tosh
Heat Level: 3.8 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
How do you find love when someone doesn’t want you to be happy?
Patrick Edwards is dealing with a double whammy. Unwanted attention from his housemate’s boyfriend is making him feel uncomfortable in his own home, and he’s facing uncertainty with his employment as an administrative assistant at the local elementary school. He finally breathes a sigh of relief when a friend puts him in contact with Simon, who has a vacant room.
Simon Dawson is a paramedic who doesn’t hesitate to help Patrick. After all, no one should live in a house where they don’t feel safe. Simon develops feelings for Patrick, but doesn’t act on them—Patrick’s moved from a bad situation and doesn’t need his new housemate hitting on him. However, a weekend away changes everything when Simon realizes Patrick returns his feelings.
But someone doesn’t want Patrick and Simon to be happy. A series of strange letters arrive at the house, and things will get a lot worse before the two men get their happily ever after.
Patrick’s Savior is a novel of approximately 69k words. It is part of a series but can be read stand-alone.
I just love this series. It is amazing to read a book about a hero. And that is what Simon is.
Patrick needs a new place to live. He cannot stand his roommates boyfriend Ian. He gives him the creeps and makes staying in his own home very uncomfortable. So by a chance meeting and friends that are in common, Patrick is able to find what he is looking for. He is able to find not only a friend but also find a new friend.
Though both men, Simon and Patrick want each other, neither man wants to admit to the other that they have fallen for each other. But when weird letters start coming to Patrick and Patrick is starting to freak out over them, Simon decides it is time to get Patrick out of town for the time being.
This is when things start to change between these two men but at the same time it is when things start to escalate with the stalker also. Things are becoming more and more dangerous and things are getting out of hand.
Can Patrick and Simon figure out who the stalker is in time or will one or both of them end up hurt or worse because of it?
This was an exciting read. It is both a romance but also a mystery also. Those two things put into one book makes an awesome read. I really enjoyed this book and I look forward to more by Nic Starr in the future.