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There's the obvious way of physically saving them from a tragic end.
Then there's the more subtle way of saving someone who doesn't know they need to be saved. Someone who is drowning emotionally and has no idea that they are slowly dying.
Ezra Whitmore is one of those people. After tragically losing his wife, he's still going through the motions, but not really living. All he has now is his son, Spencer, and his career as a dentist. The life he thought he was going to have has been torn apart. The things he had once enjoyed no longer feel the same without the person he had shared everything with.
That is, until Ferris Jenkins crashes into his life. Not only does the lifeguard save his son from literally drowning in the ocean, but he also slowly starts to bring Ezra back to life.
As soon as Ferris lays eyes on Ezra, he can't get the gorgeous dentist out of his head. He knows nothing will ever happen between them because...well, Ezra is straight and he's gay. You can imagine Ferris' surprise when Ezra gets drunk one night, kisses him, and admits that he's always been attracted to guys. This gives Ferris hope that maybe, just maybe, he can land the man of his dreams.
Warning: You know the drill! For mature audiences only. Contains some graphic m/m sex scenes. Please remember that this is a work of fiction and comes from my own imagination.
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By Stacy Thompson on 03-09-18
How to Save a Life
Audio- OMG... Paul Bright sounds a lot like Owen Wilson.. LOL.. That is all I could think of during this narration. Paul did a great job with this book and I would totally listen to another book he narrates any time!! And I really kind of hope he is the narrator for book two as well..
This book is Sweet. Not a whole lot of angst going on, just a little family drama. But I really did like this book. Cute couple and really Cute kid/teen. Just a good storyline all around. *no spoilers* But oh man there's one part at the end that just pulls at your heart when you hear/read it, your on the edge of your seat for a minute there. But overall nicely done.