Gryphon took a chance on a new life and ended up a captive. To his shock, he wasn’t alone. Twenty boys experimented on physically and mentally, few would ever see the light of day again.
A family forged in the fires of hell. Escape came, but at the price of losing more of themselves than they realized. They must depend on each other and new friends. No-one is expecting to find love, but love may find them anyway.
Their mission is clear: Find the people who did this to them and destroy them. But some missions aren't always so cut and dry...
While the concept is unique the execution wasn't all it could have been. The dialogue was choppy and had a lot of filler which is why I gave Safe Haven a 3 and not a 4-star review! This is probably one of the best M/M romances I have ever read though and I was totally sold on the main relationship in the book!! I cannot wait to see more of their romance in the rest of the series!
All the boys have gone through a horrific ordeal after experiencing a terrible childhood and it makes the happy moments, breakthroughs and love that much more special! I am seriously hoping all these guys get a happy ending by the end of the series!
I would have loved some more information on The Institute (where the boys were experimented on) like their motive and what they were trying to accomplish! Hopefully, we will get more background in book two! The mystery of The Institution had me eating up this book and I finished it in less than a day!