Title: Welcome to Crash
Author: Lina Langley
Genre: Science Fiction
Length: Novel (214 pages)
Publisher: DSP Publications (September 12, 2017)
Heat Level: Low – Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 3 1/2 Hearts
Blurb: At first, Damien feels lucky to land a job at an influential art studio, but it soon becomes obvious that something’s not right. His gorgeous boss, John, is interested, and he’d be the perfect man for Damien—if Damien wasn’t already in a relationship. It isn’t long before Damien is at the center of a love triangle, forced to choose between hot, punk John and his secret affair with his professor, Levi. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg, because something impossible is happening to Damien—and it’s having a drastic effect on his health as well as his perception of reality.
Each time Damien goes to work, things grow more bizarre, starting with Sam—an artist who has been dead for years and now somehow… isn’t. Damien’s unusual circumstances also free him from the restrictions of monogamy—or so he thinks. Levi, who cannot believe Damien’s claims, fears for his sanity. John also has strong doubts when Damien reveals knowledge of a catastrophic event looming in John’s future. Whether the men he loves believe his wild claims or not, neither can deny Damien is languishing, and if they cannot save him, he’ll be lost. More importantly, they must convince Damien to save himself.
Review: While I enjoyed this story with it’s twists and turns and trying to figure certain things out I felt the relationship aspect a little out there for me. Damian is a young man in a relationship with his former professor. Now, I do not have a problem with older and younger in a relationship. What I had the problem with was Damian acted like he could not speak up about things bothering him. Um why Not? He’s twenty. I’m sorry but I did not get it. At twenty I certainly let my feelings known when I felt something was not right.
I liked John’s character as well as Levi’s. As they both seemed a lot more stable than Damian’s. I was confused by the fact that Damian never seemed to grow up in his character. I thought he would have learned a bit more about relationships as well as himself by the end but it did not feel that way to me.
So overall I liked the plot but not the relationship in it. That was a huge disappointment to me.
It was an o.k. read.