Best Read [Megan Reddaway] ↠ Shelter Me (Heven, #1) || [Memoir Book] PDF Ê

By Megan Reddaway | Comments: ( 624 ) | Date: ( Feb 24, 2020 )

Love and survival is it too much to ask Leo Park is an empath on the run He s escaped the secret research facility where he s been held since he was six years old, but how can he survive without being captured He has no money, all his ideas come from old movies, and he s carrying his baby brother, smuggled out in a carton Cole Millard lives by his own rules in the OregLove and survival is it too much to ask Leo Park is an empath on the run He s escaped the secret research facility where he s been held since he was six years old, but how can he survive without being captured He has no money, all his ideas come from old movies, and he s carrying his baby brother, smuggled out in a carton Cole Millard lives by his own rules in the Oregon woods, refusing to fear the world war that s coming closer every day Now his freedom is threatened by a naive 19 year old with a baby in tow and a spooky way of knowing what Cole is feeling But Leo is vulnerable and desperate What s a guy to do Shelter Me is a dystopian gay romance novel set in a not too distant future, with a hot backwoodsman, a desperate fugitive, a six month old baby, and the world on the brink of an apocalyptic war Length 66,000 words approx 210 pages

  • Title: Shelter Me (Heven, #1)
  • Author: Megan Reddaway
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Megan Reddaway

Megan Reddaway has been entertained by fictional characters acting out their stories in her head for as long as she can remember She began writing them down as soon as she could.Since she grew up or less , she s worked as a secretary, driver, waitress, and flower seller, among other things, but she always has a story bubbling away at the same time.

Comments Shelter Me (Heven, #1)

  • Reflection

    ** 3.5 stars **Despite the dystopian setting this story is a little too sweet for me, and I found this element jarring with the imminent thread of nihilism permeating the book. The story is intriguing, I was most gripped by the beginning and again towards end when the pace of the book picks up even faster. In truth the middle section left me a little less enthused, so I didn't feel an urgency to read on, however once I picked it up again I was quickly emersed and consequently came across a coupl [...]

  • Anna Butler

    4.5 starsDystopian fiction no longer seems outrageously imaginative, does it? Humanity has so many current stresses and anxieties – the misuse of political power, enemies hard to grapple with face to face, societies riven and tribal, lies and propaganda, some people (different, not us, ‘other’) no longer seen as really human and worthy of care and respect, the threat of war more real than it has been for two generations.This book is fitting for our times. Megan Reddaway cleverly creates an [...]

  • Alexis Woods

    This book was received free in return for an honest review via the ’ Don’t Buy My Love program.The world building was well done and consistent, except for a minor goof of British in the beginning. Personally, I hate that kind of slip up as it yanks me completely out of story. I found the first 80% of this story dull and droning, whereas the last 20% was fairly exciting. The paranormal aspects of the story didn’t intrigue me as much as I thought they would. The progression of the relationsh [...]

  • UnusualChildbeppy

    *I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review through the M/M Romance Group DBML program.4 starsSynopsis: Leo is an empath who is locked up in a research facility where they do a whole bunch of tests on him, because he is one of the few people who have immunity to a new weapon that was developed by a group called the Scourge. Leo was brought to the facility when he was 6, and he is 19 now. He had a better life when the previous director was there, but once the current one took over, L [...]

  • Issa

    Another reviewer said this isn’t an easy book to review. And I agree for the same reasons. It was fun and exciting but so much happens and I hate to give too much away.It has a content warning, a non-con event that one of them ends quickly. It’s short, stopped, and addressed, and the entire thing made sense for the characters.Leo, an empath is on the run. He grabs his baby brother and runs when he sees and opening, escaping the facility that held him since Leo was a child. but Leo has no ide [...]

  • Natosha Wilson

    This book was a very exciting read. The thing is, it may no be an easy book to review. I am not saying that because the book was bad but I am saying it because there is so much going on in this book that it is hard to review the book without giving away some major spoilers. But I will do my best because this book was definitely an suspenseful, exciting, read. It was very captivating and had me on the edge of my seat hoping the main characters got a happy ending.Leo is only nineteen years old and [...]

  • Tex Reader

    3.5 of 5 stars - Involving Run for Shelter with Nice Romance.[Thanks to the author and ' MMRG Don't Buy My Love program for a free copy in exchange for an honest review]I’m a fan of gay SF\PNRs, especially those of empaths; and I liked how this drew me in with the escape and run to shelter of its MC and his new BF, with the sentimental twist of having a baby brother to save as well.Megan Reddaway’s style was straightforward and easy-to-read with a decent pace. The world building was nice and [...]

  • Mary Mary

    * A copy was provided for free by the author in exchange for an honest review via the MMRG Don’t Buy My Love Program * Exciting and refreshing Megan Reddaway was a new author to me but I am looking forward to reading more of her stories because this one was simply GREAT. Normally I'm not a fan of dystopian stories but from time to time I come across a book I just have to read and it was one of those times. I got sucked into the world right from the very first page and it was difficult to stop [...]

  • Joyfully Jay

    A Joyfully Jay review. 4.25 starsShelter Me is the first book in Megan Reddaway’s Heven series and I thoroughly enjoyed this dystopian romance. The set up captivated me right away, and the story kept my attention from start to finish, especially the climactic ending. We follow first Leo, then he and Cole as they frantically try to find their way to freedom while the Facility hunts them down, determined to get Leo and Jae back. As the search closes in, the book’s pace picks up even further an [...]

  • Molly Lolly

    Original review on Molly LollyFour stars!This was a fascinating story. I enjoyed Cole and Leo and Jae. Together, Cole and Leo were really good and I enjoyed seeing their relationship progress as the story went on. I liked Ms. Reddaway’s writing style and her voice. I’m hoping she continues this series so we can see more of the world she created and to find out the answers to a few lingering questions at the end of the story.Leo was so mistreated. He hurt my heart how he was abused and then d [...]

  • Lisa

    I was given this book in exchanged for a honest review by the author as part of the Don't Buy Me Love. I like dystopian books as a general rule, and M/M as well so I was looking forward to it. I was also a bit nervous, needlessly it turns out, as some of the dystopian books I've read have not been so good. This one was good! Yea!I liked this book a lot. Had I read it 2 years ago, I would have probably thought it was impossible for things to have gone this way in the future, but well, then the wo [...]

  • Heather Rawlins

    I totally loved Shelter Me. I always like this type of book. I can’t come up with these cool ideas, but I love to live in these future worlds. I thought Leo and Cole were interesting characters. Kind of like 2 different times, one from the past and from the future. It was fast-paced and easy to read. I only wish the ending hadn’t been so abrupt, but I really like to have everything wrapped up and imagine their future, so that’s just me. I would absolutely recommend this book.

  • Teresa

    ****Reviewed for Prism Book Alliance®****4.25 - This is my first book by Megan Reddaway, but I’ll be sure to check out more of her work. I really enjoyed Shelter Me. The dystopia and pending apocalypse seemed so viable. I could totally picture the world they were living in, even if we don’t get a complete understanding for how it came to be this way.I felt for poor Leo and Jae, the lives they had lived and the experiences they faced to get them where they were. I loved Cole and I loved that [...]

  • Kathleen

    2.75 starsThe bottom line is that a month or two from now I won't remember this story. While the world building was good (and accurate), the story was predictable and the characters lacked vibrancy. For me, that's a "fail".

  • Rachel

    I was really happy to be offered an advance copy of 'Shelter Me' by Megan Reddaway to read. I have read and enjoyed books by her before :) Our main characters are the empath Leo and Cole, the woodsman who loved him. Also we have Leo's younger brother/clone Jae. When Leo escapes from the Facility with Jae, he finds a very different world from the one he's seen in his old movies. Fortunately he runs into Cole, and together they elude the wicked Director of the Facility and escape to safety.This bo [...]

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