Safe in His Heart

Safe in His Heart

by Renae Kaye


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ISBN-13: 9781634772266
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press, LLC
Publication date: 05/02/2016
Pages: 270
Sales rank: 922,654
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.57(d)

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Safe in His Heart 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Susan65 More than 1 year ago
This was a hard book for me to review, so I sat on it and waited awhile, hoping for some insight. It didn’t have anything taboo that pushed any of my buttons, and the perceived cheating was just that…perceived. I think what made this difficult for me was that I wasn’t really sure about Andrew and Paul as a couple, at first. They grew on me, obviously, because I really liked this story in the long run and it is a solid four stars, but something was off a little bit, and I still have no idea why. I think it might be how strong Andrew is in the workplace (he is a wealthy CEO), but how he allowed his family to dictate his life. Andrew is from a die hard, conservative Catholic family who meddled so much into his life that he marries a woman, Kristy, who is in nearly the same situation, just to get them off his back and out of his life. Mentioning that he is gay is not an option. Paul and Andrew meet in the gym, where married Andrew is known as the closet case who will sleep with any man before going home to be the family man. You immediate perception of him is not kind, but once you learn his story you realize why we shouldn’t judge others. Paul is just too good to be true. After Kristy leaves Andrew (for another man), and leaves their two small children behind, Paul steps into the caregiver and surrogate parent role. Andrew is the boss at work, and the boss at home, and kind of forgets that Paul is his lover and not his nanny. This causes much grief between the two and also lots of tension for Andrew who is learning to be a single dad and a gay man at the same time. What I loved is that Andrew learns fast, accepts his new role, and starts treating Paul the way he deserves. And the sex between the two is off the charts. Kristy will not win any mother of the year awards, and I hate reading about women who choose men over their own kids, but this happens in real life so it makes sense that it would happen in our books, too. When I say I didn’t like it, I meant I didn’t like her. I was glad she supported Andrew when it finally counted with his family, though. I think some of my favorite parts were when Andrew’s family actually stepped up and defended him against Kristy’s family. For some reason, it was nice to see a little homophobia take a backseat to blood. What we have here is another great story from the Safe series, and we also get a lot of face time with Lon and Casey from book one. So, if you liked the first one, I am pretty confident you will like this one, too.
PaulaR84 More than 1 year ago
I was unsure about this book before I started it. The thing I was most weary of was the cheating aspect of it. However once I got into it more the author explained the relationship between Andrew and Kristy. Paul was a great character. He was fun and entertaining and I abosolutely loved him. He has such a good heart and kept his faith and belief in Andrew the whole time. Andrew was very well written. I was leary of him in the first couple of chapters because he seemed to come off as a player. However, the futher into the story and more we get to see Andrews thoughts and feelings the more loveable he became. He was a very strong character when it was needed. I also really liked how in the end Kristy didn't wind up being the "bad guy." A lot of books I've read make the wife of the closeted guy out to be horrible and Renae Kaye didn't do that. Renae did a wonderful job creating a story and characters that were entertaining and I read the entire book in one sitting.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Walked in.