Title: Making it Personal (Personal #1)
Author: K.C. Wells
Publisher: Island Tales Press
Release Date: January 1, 2014 (Second Edition)
Page Count: 223
Reviewed by: Gigi
Heat Level: 4 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
Blake Davis is in the closet. And he’s going to stay that way. Because if his father finds out he’s gay, Blake could lose everything he’s worked so hard to achieve during the last six years as CEO of Trinity Publishing, the fastest rising star in the publishing firmament. Not that coming out wouldn’t solve a couple of problems. Maybe then his father would stop trying to set him up with yet another empty-headed, social-climbing girlfriend. And better still, Blake could stop using that escort agency when he wants a night of hot sex with a cute guy…
Will Parkinson has had a tough life so far, but he’s back on his feet. Okay, so he’s working as an escort – with ‘benefits’– to pay off his student loans, but that does have its advantages, such as the really hot guy who hired him. Yeah, Blake rocked his world last night – several times. So imagine how Will feels when he arrives to be interviewed for his dream job as PA in a publishing company, and the guy who’s hiring is….. Blake.
And then things get really complicated…
Now THIS is a fucking fantastic office romance! Super smoking, mind melting sex between Blake, the 30 year gay son of a publishing tycoon and Will, a 25 year old rent boy and writer. Blake is still in the closet, hiding his sexuality from his father, so hiring discreet professionals is the easiest way for him to find sexual satisfaction. He comes across Will and hires him for a night of, what turns out to be, hot, mind melting, intense sex. The next day, Blake is interviewing candidates for the position of his new personal assistant, and guess who shows up? Yep! Will gets the job and the sexual tension hits an all-time-high. The two men go through many trials and tribulations during the course of the book and eventually fall in love. The epilogue is the stuff of fairy tales and will leave you weeping with joy.
If you like M/M romance with ridiculously hot sex, high drama, back stabbing secondary characters and a glorious HEA, I can HIGHLY RECOMMEND Making it Personal.