Saving You, Saving Me by Kailin Gow
18 year old high school senior and aspiring psychologist Samantha Sullivan (Sam) never thought she would fall for the one mysterious guy she has been speaking to over the phone for months, the boy the counselors called Daggers. She wasn't supposed to talk to him outside of their sessions. But as she began to peel the layers of Daggers and learn who he is, the one boy she is supposed to be saving, might just be the one who is saving her.
Saving You Saving Me inspired the Saving You Saving Me Project found at: http://www.SavingYouSavingMe.com
The Saving YOU Saving ME Project was inspired by the book, which tells the story of Samantha (Sam) Sullivan, who becomes a peer counselor at a teen and young adult crisis center called Sawyer House. The Saving YOU Saving ME Project tries to replicate the atmosphere of Sawyer House by allowing a place for teens through adults a place to share their issues anonymously and in doing so, might be able to help others learn from it or might receive feedback from people about what to do.
I was provided this book by the author in exchange for an honest review.
This book was okay.. I will start by saying there were striking similarities to the Fifty Shades Novels, which is why I rated it as such. I really think that Gow had a good idea here, but the Id and Ego reference was strikingly like "inner goddess." And Collins was a tortured soul that became very wealthy like Christian Gray did.
I liked the fact that Sam volunteered at a Crisis hotline and there were some some very humorous parts as well. One of my favourite scenes is where Sam bumps into Collins and falls down, accidentally showing off her heart print underwear. I loved the relationship that Sam was able to build with Daggers over the hotline. This book had some steamy kisses that made me swoon!
All in all, if you liked The Fifty Shades series, and are in the mood for a quick NA read then this is the book for you!