Friday, December 27, 2013

Review: Personal Changes by author K.C. Wells



Title: Personal Changes

Series title: Personal, 2

Author:  K.C.Wells 

Publisher: Island Tales Press   

Genre: MM, Contemporary, (ménage scene)

Page Count: 164 approx.

Reviewer: Redz 





Publisher Blurb:

Rick Wentworth has had enough of one night stands and quickies in clubs. It takes a night of uncharacteristic hedonism to make Rick admit what he really wants - someone to love him. But for that to happen, he needs to make some changes. Rick can do that. After all, what’s the alternative? And when he meets a guy who ticks all his boxes, he can’t believe his luck. His boss Blake Davis, and Blake’s fiancé Will Parkinson, however, aren’t convinced. They want to know more about Mr. Perfect, and their instincts are keener than Rick’s. Both men want to protect him. As it turns out, they needn’t have worried. Rick has a guardian angel…

When Angelo Tarallo sees Rick for the first time, it’s a match made in Heaven, as far as he’s concerned. And when he rescues Rick from danger, it gives him the opportunity to get to know the man who has captivated him. Before long, it’s plain to both men that this could lead somewhere. But when Angelo’s traditional Sicilian family finally discover what he’s been hiding from them for so long, an ultimatum spells heartache for the lovers – and worse.




Review of book:

Personal Changes by author K.C. Wells is the sequel to Making It Personal.  We meet Will and Blake again in this book this time they are friends to Rick Wentworth a fellow employee. 
Rick is a playboy when we meet him. He loves sex and has it whenever he can.  But lately he really wants more. He wants what he sees Blake and Will having, love and a lasting relationship. Unfortunately Rick’s radar when it comes to men is way off.
He stumbles a few times in this book relationship wise. First with two sexy men who just love having fun.  Then he meets a man he thinks is perfect but turns into a monster, enter Angelo.
Angelo Tarallo is aptly named. He is the angel that Rick has been waiting for. He is kind, good, and a protector.  Everything about him screams too good to be true.  He isn’t really, but his family might be the one thing that keeps these lovers apart forever.
I really appreciated how the author balanced this book. There is love, acceptance, but a getting to know you period too.  Very nicely paced, and this book really needed that special touch.  I think this is the book you pick up when you really want to sink into a great read and immerse yourself in a story.  There are nuances that just keep this book going and make it completely unforgettable.  Though part of a series this book can be read alone and enjoyed. I really am looking forward to much more from this series and author K.C. Wells in the future. 




                                                               Five Shooting Stars!!!


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