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Deliver Me (The Music Within Book 1) by [Gibson, Faith]
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Taggart Lee has it all.
Fame.
Fortune.
Everything except love.

Tag is the jaded lead singer for 7’s Mistress, the biggest rock band in the world. After fifteen years in the business, he’s drowning in it all. When tragedy strikes, he takes a break from the road and the monotony his life has become. When he meets a gorgeous man on a park bench, he sees his lifeline.

Dr. Erik Henrikson thought he’d met the one.
He had.
The wrong one.

A year after his breakup, he still has a lock on his heart. Then he meets Lee, someone whose life has just been turned upside down. When he finds out Lee’s true identity, Erik throws away the key.

Tag has two weeks to make the doctor want him. He has three months to prove he won’t hurt him.

Tragedy brings them together.

Lies and betrayal push them apart.

Is love enough to deliver them?

*This book contains explicit sexual acts between two men. Two very hot men.

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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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*Faith Gibson's Deliver Me is a poignant start to a new series and writing genre. 7's Mistress is a chart topping Rock Band made up of four friends who have been climbing to the top together for 15 plus years. Taggart Lee is the lead singer/song writer for the group. His only family is the band and his younger sister in Nashville, their hometown. Three months from the end of their tour Tag has to return to Nashville- bury his sister and take on the care of his preemie niece.
Dr. Erik Henrikson is a Pediatrician who is lonely and a little lost. He knows he wants more and is surprised by his reaction to a guy he meets in the park with a crying baby. He is even more surprised when they show up at his clinic because they never introduced their selves. From there they just seem to keep running into each other.
Deliver Me is a wonderful story of Lee and Erik coming to trust each other and began to see that dreams may be possible. The twist and kinks in their discovery are pointed out by Lee "...Seems like our best friends don't think we know what we're doing." You will be hooked from the start on this story and need to keep reading to see what can get in their way next. The secondary Characters are great and fun to get to know. If you like well written love stories, Deliver Me is for you. I am ready for Faith Gibson's next book in this series and genre.

Thanks Faith Gibson & Good Writing
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What a beautiful heart warming story this was to read. It had me from the get go! Sad, funny & incredibly sexy, nothing's hotter than M/M's. I absolutely loved reading this & couldn't put it down.
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I received this book as a gift. Wow, what a remarkable story of loneliness of two men brought together by love and a baby, absolutely loved the story.
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By Tina on 3 May 2016
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This is a book I couldn't put down until the end. Loved it
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xaa57eca8) out of 5 stars 78 reviews
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xaa5aed44) out of 5 stars Awesome 3 October 2015
By Lisa - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Lee, lead singer for 7's Mistress, is thrust into a bitter-sweet time when tragedy strikes. Struggling to cope and having to re-evaluate his priorities, he meets Erik on a park bench. Erik, although he feels the attraction between them, needs to protect his heart after being hurt by his ex. Lee has two weeks to convince Erik to give it ago between them and three months on the road to prove he can be faithful. Can he do it?

With plenty of other people out for a piece of them, it is not going to be easy for them. Lee and Erik are two amazing guys who come together to make an even more amazing couple, completing each other.

This was a fast paced read with plenty of twists and turns to keep you on your toes. Whilst at times an emotional read, there are plenty of laugh out loud moments. There was certainly plenty of tense moments which complemented the sweet and hot moments between Lee and Erik perfectly.

***Reviewed for LBM Book Blog***
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
By nrevvy - Published on Amazon.com
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I wish I could give this a higher rating, since it was very sweet. It just wasn't quite original enough for that. A rocker falls in love with a doctor and there's a cute baby involved. Should be a winner but it's mostly an overused trope. The time from meeting, handing over the baby to someone you barely know, then deciding he's your soul-mate, waaay too fast. How could a multi- millionaire rock star not have had all the help he needed from the get-go? If the band was together for 15 years, why weren't they already more of a family? Then each having a whack-job friend was really too much. The ending and epilogue was very nice, everything wrapped up with a bow. So, it wasn't a terrible story, just not unique or engrossing.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xaa5b2558) out of 5 stars Passionate Rock-And-Roll Family Saga 17 December 2015
By Alan Arthur Katz - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
“Deliver Me” was a wonderful surprise. I’m a sucker for gay rock-and-roll romance, but most, to be honest, are pale imitations of the best of the genre.

“Deliver Me”, however, turned out to be a pleasant departure from the standard “singer meets guitarist” meme, a wonderful exploration of a life outside of the stage, studio and tour bus. The main characters are a wildly successful and famous rock star, Taggart Lee, frontman for 7’s Mistress, one of the hottest rock bands in the world, and a gorgeous and committed pediatrician, Erik Henrikson, his polar opposite. Erik is all about kids and family. Tag is all about fame and fortune.

What happens when they meet is nothing less than worlds colliding, leaving both men changed forever.

While out on tour, Tag gets some horrible news. His sister, who is pregnant with her first child, is in medical trouble at the local hospital, and Tag needs to hop a plane and get there before it’s too late.

He doesn’t quite make it, and arrives only to mourn his beloved sister. However, the baby survives, and his sister has left strict instructions for Tag to raise her newborn daughter as his own. Tag doesn’t have a clue about raising babies, he’s completely lost and once Dee (Delilah) is released from post-natal care, he finds his arms filled with a struggling bundle of wailing baby, at a total loss as to what to do.

Fortunately, as he awkwardly sits on a park bench, fumbling to sooth Dee, a man sits down and offers his help. Oh, for the kindness of strangers! The man picks up Delilah, who instantly calms. It’s only then that he notices that the man is nothing less than gorgeous, and obviously kind and caring. It is with gratitude and relief that he thanks the man, who generously offers tips for caring for the baby, and suggests that the baby’s formula is probably not right. How does this man know so much about babies? He’s obviously not straight, which becomes abundantly clear as their eyes lock. And he’s not some stalking fan, either, since he doesn’t seem to know or care who Tag is. The kind stranger’s final instruction is to set up the baby with a regular pediatrician; a trusted physician needs to monitor any newborn baby, especially a preemie.

Dee is rapidly becoming the light of Tag’s life, all goes well for a few weeks, but something is obviously still wrong and the time has come to find a pediatrician. He goes to the Yellow pages and finds the doctor closet to his home and (you guessed it), it’s Erik, the handsome stranger he hadn’t dared hope to see again.

Thus begins a remarkable relationship centered on a beautiful baby and two driven men with incredibly diverse lives. Is it even possible that anything can happen between them? It is, because they have one thing in common, the angelic Delilah.

Tag has a daunting issue to deal with: he has to resume his tour, but absolutely cannot bring a newborn baby on the road with him. It’s not safe, it’s not healthy, to bring a newborn child on a bus, exposed to the Paparazzi and the insane fans who mob Tag, sometimes, in their frenzy, tearing his clothing and hair from his body. He can’t put Delilah at risk. So, he consults Erik, asking him to recommend a nanny or childcare that he’d trust with his niece for three months. Erik comes up with an outlandish solution: he’ll watch Delilah while Erik is on tour. He’d always wanted to raise a child, and he’d love to have one in his home, even if it’s only for a few months.

As Erik says: “She needs someone. I need someone. We can be there for each other.”

There’s another reason, though Erik leaves it unspoken: he’s falling for Tag, hard. He’s gun-shy because he’d been betrayed by his last lover, but with Delilah and Tag now woven deeply into the threads of his life, it almost seems that providence is at work building a new family for all three of them.

There are two richly-drawn female secondary characters. Echo is a petite, but powerful, young woman who’s managed their band since the very beginning, a close, lifelong friend of all of them. She’s a great manager and confidant. She kicks butt when she needs to, rides right over their label, and cracks the whip at the venues - always in the band’s best interest. And she gives sage advice to Tag about more than his career, letting him know, in no uncertain terms, when he’s screwing up with Erik, making sure he’s always got his priorities straight.

Erik has a BFF, too, Sarah, also his closest confidant. She is nowhere near as sanguine with Erik’s relationship with a rock star, always planting a little gossip in his ear to convince him that Tag is nothing but another rock-star-slut, planting salacious tabloid articles so that Erik will see them. In fact, she’s dangerous. She obviously has her own agenda working here, and it has nothing to do with Erik having a wonderful, loving relationship.

Things do not all go smooth. Some of Sarah’s meddling inevitably gets through to Erik, who is never entirely sure that Tag is being faithful to him on the road. There’s a lot of clearing-the-air required, but these characters are two grown men, and with the help of Echo, manage to cut through the rumors, lies and fears.

In a powerful, surprising, climax, Delilah, Erik, their dog and their home are put at risk, and someone dies right in front of them as the police look on, helpless to intervene.

But no matter what happens, these three were meant to be a family, and they shall be one, come hell or high water. Ms. Gibson delivers a fully satisfying HEA to all of them.

Faith Gibson is a fine writer. Her characters are vivid and real. Tag’s terror at taking on a newborn baby is palpable, Erik’s growing love for the delightful Delilah will touch your heart. There’s more than a bit of melodrama in this book, but then again, it’s about a rock star, someone who, by his very nature, is bigger than life. She’s done a fine job with “Deliver Me” and I look forward to whatever comes next in this fascinating series.

Alan reviews gay fiction for Sinfully Gay Romance Book Reviews
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xaa5b2774) out of 5 stars plus a happily ever after and there you have it - a ... 18 October 2015
By Tankchua - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Rich, hot rock star with cute baby falls for hot successful doctor with cute dog; throw in some drama, courtesy of jealous ex and psycho friend, plus a happily ever after and there you have it - a fail-safe romance novel formula if ever there is one. I am ready to suspend realism for the sake of a good story but flawless characters with perfect lives are very difficult to connect with. On top of that, the fabricated drama and how they escalated are a touch unreal. That said, it us still a pleasant read if you like fairy tales.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xaa5b2780) out of 5 stars Such a unique read 5 March 2016
By QUEERcentric Books - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Reviewed by Christina for QUEERcentric Books

Deliver Me by Faith Gibson was such a unique read. In any contemporary romance, you know the two leads are going to fall in love. But the storyline for these two leading men? Priceless.

Lee Taggart Holloway, Tag to the music world, is the lead singer for the rock band 7’s Mistress. After a set, he gets word from his band manager that he needs to head home immediately. His sister went into labor early and is having complications.

Upon arriving at the hospital, he’s taken to a waiting room to await the doctor. When the doctor arrives, Tag finds out he’s now an uncle to a niece, Delilah, but his sister sadly didn’t make it.

Erik is a pediatrician. His father decided he wasn’t worth anything since he was gay. His brother was gone and all he had was his practice and his friend Sarah.

One day during Erik’s early morning run, he sees a very helpless father trying to calm his young infant. Erik and his dog, Duke, go over, and Erik asks if he could help and immediately calms the baby. Erik gives Lee some advice and goes on his way.

Lee eventually takes Delilah to a doctor’s clinic; Erik’s clinic. Erik can’t believe his eyes when he sees Lee and Delilah in the waiting room. I loved the awkwardness of the situation. From the receptionist recognizing “Tag” and having a complete fangirl moment, to Erik and Lee vying for control of the situation. Loved it all!

Their third meeting takes place in a men’s restroom at a restaurant, and let’s just say that part of Erik is left hard after the meeting while the rest of him is fuming. Watching Erik let loose, though, even the smallest amount, was like taking a deep breath after being underwater for a while. Deep breath, then back to anxiety over what will happen next.

Their fourth meeting is back in the park (a public place), where Lee asks Erik for help. Lee still has three months left of his tour. What does he do with Delilah? Erik jumps at the chance and suggests Lee leave her with him. The next day, Lee and his bandmates drop off Delilah and her things.

Throughout all this, there have been not sparks, but massive quakes of energy, lust, and wanting between Lee and Erik. Now that Lee’s niece will be spending three months with the doc, Lee decides he is also going to spend the two weeks before the tour with him.

During the two weeks, Erik must figure out if he can get over the betrayal of his past boyfriend. Lee must, with everything, win over Erik. The lengths Lee goes to to show Erik he’s committed made me say “awe” a hundred times. Who would have thought that a rock legend could be a hopeless romantic as well?

During this phase, Erik’s best friend, Sarah, starts acting really weird. Cade, Lee’s best friend, gets seriously jealous and creates a wedge in the band. Between the shenanigans of Cade, which I will tell you right now angered me to the extreme, and Sarah things aren’t showing a cheerful future.

I’m sure if I had on a heart monitor towards the end it would have assumed I was doing some cardio.

This whole book is about falling in love while in a difficult situation. Lee is a rockstar with a horrible reputation, and Erik has been cheated on in the past. Erik and Lee are both just so vulnerable and lonely. And there’s Delilah—an orphaned baby girl, completely dependent on two men who really only have her in common. For now.

Deliver Me by Faith Gibson is well written and put together. It’s written from both men’s POV so we get to see how they both feel during major events in the story, which I LOVED.

Deliver Me is decently paced. I wasn’t bored or skimming in my reading to get to the next interaction. Everything was pertinent to the story. Emotions were everywhere. Tissues at the ready for tears of laughter and sadness. Deliver Me is one heck of a ride.

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