Title: Personal Challenges (Personal #4)
Release Date: April 7th 2017
Page Count: 250
Reviewed by: Ele
Heat Level: 3.5 flames out of 5
Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5
Will and Blake couldn’t be happier. They have a beautiful little boy, Nathan, and Sophie finally has the little brother she’s been demanding. But all is not bliss in the Davis household. Coping with reality is going to change all their lives.
Rick and Angelo are sick and tired of trying to get a wedding organized. If it was up to them, they’d be married already, but Angelo’s mother has plans and they keep getting bigger. Angelo can see problems on the horizon: big, traditional Italian wedding and gay do not go well together. Something’s got to give.
Colin receives an unexpected call from an ex, with bad news. He feels compelled to help, regardless of the consequences. Ed loves Colin’s big heart and supports him in his efforts, but when the truth comes out, he finds it difficult to keep a lid on his emotions.
As the coming months unfold, the friends are going to need each other more than ever.
Technically, you can read this as a standalone, but I strongly recommend against it. First, you ‘ll be missing out on some pretty amazing stories, and second, you won’t be able to get a feel of the dynamics and chemistry between the characters.
If you ‘re one of those readers who avoid sequels because they don’t want their favorite heroes’ HEA messed up, fear not! There is heartbreak and angst in Personal Challenges, but the couples are solid and more in love than ever. If anything, this book showcased just how strong their connection and love is.
Blake and Will from Making it Personal are happier than ever. They have a wonderful little girl, and a new baby boy. But things don’t always go as planned, and there are challenges ahead. Blake and Will will face it head on as a family, and with a lot of love.
Rick and Angelo from Personal Changes are getting married! But while trying to not let down Angelo’s mother (who wants a big, italian, traditional, gay wedding!), they ‘re pretty close to letting down themselves.
Ed and Collin from Personal Secrets…now that was my absolute favorite storyline, and it starts with a phone call from Collin’s ex. This storyline is all about forgiveness, love, life and gratitude. And yes, I did cry my eyes out.
There are sweet and romantic moments, scortching hot sex scenes, and important messages about family and friendship.
I love how K.C.Wells ends each series with a book that includes all couples. She did the same with Final Exam and Endings and Beginnings. I believe that this is exactly how a good series should end. Making it Personal was my very first novel by the author, and I ‘ve been hooked ever since.