Monday, July 18, 2016

Debt by K.C. Wells

Title: Debt
Author: K.C. Wells
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: MM, Contemporary
Pages: 254
Reviewer: Redz

Publisher's Blurb
Two months after Mitch Jenkins had the rug pulled out from under him when his two-year relationship came to an abrupt end, he is still hurting. A colleague’s attempt to cheer him up brings Mitch to a secret “club.” Mitch isn’t remotely interested in the twinks parading like peacocks, until he spies the young man at the back of the room, nose firmly in a book and oblivious to his surroundings. Now Mitch is interested.

Nikko Kurokawa wants to pay his debt and get the hell out of the Black Lounge—where he is forced to not only have sex, but sometimes suffer abuse to please clients. Earning his freedom isn’t proving easy, especially when he starts attracting interest. Life becomes that little bit easier to bear when he meets Mitch, who is nothing like the other men who frequent the club. And when Mitch crawls under his skin and into his heart, Nikko figures he can put up with anything. Before long he’ll be out of there, and he and Mitch can figure out if they have a future together.

Neither of them counted on those who don’t want Nikko to leave….


Debt by K.C. Wells has to story of Mitch and Nikko. Mitch is a teacher. He is nursing a broken heart and is gay. Most people really like him. He is a sweet guy who just needs to find a guy who will appreciate the wonderful man he is. His best friend decides the perfect way to cheer him up is to bring him to a sex club. A night of no strings sex and fun. Reluctantly Mitch goes. But who he finds is nothing like he ever expected.
Nikko is at the club working off a debt. He wears glasses and reads a book in hopes that no one will notice him. Very shy and awkward almost geeky in his dealings. He doesn't understand why Mitch is so nice to him but he finds the strong, sweet man brings light to his dark dreary days at the club.
There is much more going on at the club, and soon Nikko and Mitch will be in the thick of it.
I liked how Mitch is the hero in this book. He is not an alpha hero he is more the quiet hero. His inner strength and love is what saves Nikko in the end. I liked that. I like an everyday hero and Mitch is one. Nikko is sweet, sheltered almost, and soo kind. You really want him to be free. I loved how this book proves with true love anything is possible. 

                                             Five Shooting Stars


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