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Haven's Creed by [Williams, Parker]
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An act of violence destroys his family and ends the life he knows. To escape his haunted past, he joins the military, where, as a sniper, he is trained to kill with precision and detachment. When a covert organization offers him a new purpose, he becomes Haven, an operative devoted to protecting the innocent when he can and avenging them when he cannot.

After ten years of battling the evil in the world, the life no longer holds the attraction or meaning it once had, and he’s ready to walk away. Then he meets Samuel, a young man forced from the age of twelve to work as a sex slave. If ever a man had a need for Haven, it is this one.

Yet nothing about this growing relationship is one-sided. Sammy gives Haven a stability he’s never known, and Haven becomes the rock upon which Sammy knows he can depend.

When Sammy reveals something about the enemy Haven has been hunting for months, Sammy fears it will destroy what they’ve built and he’ll lose his home in Haven’s heart.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 752 KB
  • Print Length: 256 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1941841406
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0190XCAX2
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #36,460 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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5 Hearts reviewed by Pixie

The first thing I want to say is that this story isn’t for those people who shy away from violence or abuse, there is plenty of on page violence and signs of abuse with much child abuse, both physical and sexual, mentioned throughout the book. For me it was necessary because Haven’s and Sammy’s lives are not that of everyday people, they have seen the worst of humanity and continue to survive. It also gives you insight into the type of men they are and what drives them as well as how strong they really are, even if their inner strength begins to flag at times.

Haven is an unseen hero, a man who has been trained to make those who have escaped justice pay for their vile crimes. He’s part of a covert government organization whose reach is long and those who bribed, threatened and murdered their way to freedom have nowhere to hide. Sammy is a victim of one of those people and although he has been used and abused his inner core has never been touched; his hope of eventually escaping has kept him going.

While Haven is doing the right thing he can’t help but feel like he’s not a good man even if the people he has killed did deserve it, he’s beginning to feel tainted by what he does; he’s losing the strength of his conviction, but Sammy handles Haven in a way Haven never knew he needed and reinforces Haven’s conviction in his calling. Sammy will be a contradiction to many people; he’s full of strength and confidence with Haven but is scared and fearful of everyone else, but that’s how he reacts to the life he has had and Haven becomes the strength that Sammy needs to piece his life together.
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2.0 out of 5 stars So Disappointed 16 December 2015
By nrevvy - Published on
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I really thought I was gonna love this. Bloody guy with gun on the cover? Assassin? Yes! The first part of the book was promising. It did drag. It really didn't need that much detail about his training. He had special training, we get it. His assassinations were great. Very creative and hands-on, literally. Then he rescued Sammy and it went rapidly downhill.

I'm quite capable of suspending disbelief, I know it's fiction. I could accept the mysterious government organization killing bad guys that escaped the system. A conspiracy theorists dream team. Then there's Sammy, a boy, who for twelve years was a sex slave, since he was 11 years old, immediately turning into a Dom. The storyline began to feel like nails on a chalkboard.


I'm not demanding complete realism, but I at least want logic. When Haven finds him, Sammy is chained down and wallowing in his own filth, begging not to be hurt. As soon as he was rescued, he declares his love for Haven. Okay, understandable at that point. Haven resists, sort of, but they start sleeping in the same bed, since Sammy can't be without him. Of course, Sammy comes on to Haven, who refuses. Sammy can't stand to be near any people except Haven. So this goes on for five weeks. Sammy finally gets used to Kelly, the father-figurish housekeeper/butler for Haven. He refuses any therapy and continues his devotion to Haven and promises that he will get Haven to have sex.

Then Haven returns all stressed out from a kill and Sammy turns completely bossy and dominant and tops his a**. Then he starts ordering everyone else around. This includes Haven's handler, Rook, and everybody listens to whatever he says. Sammy also seems to be an expert on analyzing Haven's state of mind, abilities and emotions. Through all this, Haven, the cold-blooded killer with a conscience, becomes a CWD. It devolves into sappy dialogue, anger and angst for Haven, who can't function without Sammy. There are ridiculous scenarios and the cliched bad guy, confessing all their crimes.

I didn't have any problem with Sammy topping, just with him even wanting sex after 12 years of abuse. Never continued school, just got an occasional newspaper and conversation with a couple of nicer customers. Yet his dialogue and conversations don't match up with any of that. He didn't fit as his character was written.

I almost DNF'd it. I really should have, since I just became more irritated as I read. I'm only giving it two points for the first 30% or so and the assassinations. If Sammy'd been left out, it might have been a better book.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Engrossing, amazing, and gripping, this unusual M/M tale will surprise you ! 11 February 2016
By D.Hart, RCIS - Published on
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I really understood the characters and the story in this novel and it is magnificent !!! Big, scarred, hulking, badass, Haven, is an punishing assassin of those who deserve death; the evil crime bosses, human traffickers of children, drug dealers, and many more. It is a hard and lonely life, but has it's rewards in ridding the planet of the evil doers. On a mission, Haven comes across someone he can save in Sammy, a long time sex slave, chained to the wall. Underweight, long brown hair, green eyed Sammy, is neglected, filthy, and terrified. Haven and Sammy connect on a level neither could imagine, and become a "need" in each others life. Sammy did something for Haven no one else had, held him. We have major violence here, brutal killings, mayhem, and sadness. Then after a job, Haven comes home to Sammy, his amazing, solid strength that he can truly let his control slide. It is a dichotomy that Sammy was topping him, controlling and loving, but in the outside world, Sammy withdrew. Their reversed roles was confusing for Haven, but his body agreed with the change. Sammy took away Haven's pressure, his tenseness, his constant focus, and he could cling to Sammy for strength, and let go, and Sammy got strong being with Haven. Each got what they needed. Deep thought-filled characters, lots of action, violence, and torture, plus an acceptable but inexplicable love these two had.
I really "got" this amazing story, and loved every word. It's rough, raw, erotic, heartwarming in a different way, and we have hope.
Highly recommended !! ENJOY !!!
SPOILER: I realize there are people who didn't understand this fabulous story, and that's okay. I am one of the 70%m who loved this story ! I understood the deep characters, the underbelly of evil in the tale being demolished, and the very different D/s relationship. The reasons were so obvious to me. Loved it !
5.0 out of 5 stars Unexpectedly Delicious 5 July 2017
By Janet Gibson - Published on
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I began this book with the knowledge that I may NOT, the blurb "seemed" to resemble a series that I had finished just a few weeks ago.
I went ahead and started the book and what a delicious surprise!! NOT at all what I thought, it is of course m/m and LOTS of graphic ummmm violence, blood and gore. Haven(code name) is a so called trained, hired assassin. The twist is he goes after the ppl inflicting horror on kids, drugs, prostitution and abuse.He does NOT rescue children, just inflicts mmmm "justice" on the unsavories (is that a word?) One such mission he happens upon Sammy and does rescue him, a severely abused, malnourished, restrained young man the bond is immediate though this young man in NO WAY fits in Havens life! Let the fireworks begin and some VERY unexpected twist, that the reader LOVED!I gave this a 5 though I don't often do that, the book is well written, interesting in unexpected ways that kept me delightfully entertained! Well done Parker Williams!
4.0 out of 5 stars 4.5 stars 14 January 2016
By Mhztointte Black - Published on
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While I enjoyed the book there was part of Sammy's personality that irked me. I can understand the being strong and deciding that because of what he'd been through that he was gonna be the dominant one in the relationship but he took it to far. I don't care what kind of relationship you have it is not OK to act how Sammy acted with Haven's boss, Rook. Haven I understood completely, he had been so strong and in charge for so long he just needed to let go. He needed someone to take charge when he wasn't working, he needed to be able to shut off his brain once the job was done. He wouldn't have made it much longer without having someone who could do that for him. Rook and Kelly I loved and I really loved it when Rook put Sammy in his place, someone needed to stand up to the kid. Overall I really enjoyed this book and if it hasn't for that little irk in Sammy I would have given it 5 stars.
3.0 out of 5 stars Rounding up from 2,5 stars 1 July 2016
By Inga Lykke - Published on
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This book has sooo much potential, and the writing style, the pacing, the grammar, it's all good!
The problem is the plot. It is so unbelievable as to be, well, stupid. Warning: spoilers ahead:
I just couldn't get over the fact that they knew who the big baddie was from the very start, yet they do nothing about that information until the very end. If they only had a code-name and needed to find out the identity of the big boss, then it makes sense, but nope. And having the final showdown be just the two of them?? Okay, I get that she's confident, but he has just killed off most of her key players, how does it make any sense that she'd would try to take him down by herself? At a meeting spot agreed on TWO WEEKS AHEAD OF TIME!!!!

Suspended disbelief only takes you so far and this was a massive miss.

Also, Sammy. His lack of reaction to being abused since he was 12 and his insta-latch on to Haven was just not realistic. At all. He came across as shallow and frankly annoying. I was rooting for Haven and Kane, they had better chemistry.

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