A Seattle Stories novel Nearly a year after being rejected for another man, Seattle paramedic Peter Morse is still pining, so when the one that got away asks him for a favor, he agrees. His mission: track down Sean Reid, the runaway brother of a mutual friend. Peter isn’t thrilled about... show more
A Seattle Stories novel
Nearly a year after being rejected for another man, Seattle paramedic Peter Morse is still pining, so when the one that got away asks him for a favor, he agrees. His mission: track down Sean Reid, the runaway brother of a mutual friend. Peter isn’t thrilled about it—until he finds Sean injured by the side of the road.
Everything about Sean stirs Peter’s protective instincts—saving people is what he lives for—but he never anticipated falling for someone so hell-bent on running away. On top of his physical wounds, Sean struggles with grief and guilt, and the mess his estranged father left when he died threatens to overwhelm him.
Saving Sean means Peter must let go of his pride and turn to friends and family. Asking for help is a bitter pill for Peter to swallow, but if he can’t, how can he expect Sean to accept his help—and his love—in turn?
Publish date: September 25th 2012
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 280
Edition language: English
Series: Seattle Stories (#2)
sophomore slump—or superior sequel?the answer is: yes.this book is ambitious as hell. while not entirely successful in its every gambit, it is still a damned fine piece of work, all the same.it demands you sit back and be told the story—to stop pushing, and be guided instead.over and over, you'll fi...
Not a bad book on its own merit, but kind of a letdown the first book in this series. The plot went in circles a lot, and the climax wasn't very climactic.
A Hearts On Fire ReviewTHREE & A HALF STARS--Con Riley's "Saving Sean" is the second book from the Seattle Stories series. Both books can be read as stand alone books but I didn't follow that...and I am so happy I did!Here's why: though technically yes, you don't need to read "After Ben" first...yo...
Not quite as good as After Ben, but still a good story, overall. I do wish that there would be some POV from the other main characters in the books, because I do find it a bit difficult to connect with them (Morgan from the 1st book, Sean from this one).
Sigh. Sean and Peter... so adorable!Admittedly, this story didn't grip me as much as After Ben did, but it was still engaging, flowing, angsty and sweet.Some tough mental illnesses are tackled in this one, and it's done in a very mature way. I can't wait for Aiden and Marco's story. They are so diff...