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Someone to Keep Me (Collars & Cuffs Book 3) (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

K.C. Wells , Parker Williams
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    A Collars and Cuffs Novel

    Eighteen-year-old Scott Keating knows a whole world exists beyond his parents’ strict control, but until he gains access to the World Wide Web, he really has no idea what’s out there. In a chat room, Scott meets “JeffUK.” Jeff loves and understands him, and when he offers to bring Scott to the UK, Scott seizes his chance to escape his humdrum life and see the world. But when his plane touches down and Jeff isn’t there, panic sets in.

    Collars & Cuffs favorite barman and Dom-in-training, Ben Winters, drops his sister off at the airport and finds a lost, anxious Scott. Hearing Scott’s story sets off alarm bells, along with his protective instincts. Taking pity on the naïve boy, Ben offers him a place to crash and invites him to Collars & Cuffs, hoping his bosses will know how to help. Scott dreams of belonging to someone, heart and soul. Ben longs for a sub of his own. And neither man sees what’s right under his nose.


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    4.0 von 5 Sternen Dritter Teil der Cuffs and Collars Serie 30. Januar 2014
    Von Johanna
    Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
    Dieser Band hat mir noch ein wenig besser gefallen als Trusting Thomas. K.C. Wells ist eine begnadete Autorin und ich habe auch dieses Buch von ihr im Nu verschlungen. Weite Teile der Handlung haben mich an Aspekte aus ihren ersten beiden Büchern erinnert: ein junger Mann, der noch Jungfrau ist; ein Dom, der jemanden "vorübergehend" bei sich aufnimmt; ein Sub, der alles daran setzt, es dem Dom recht zu machen; sehr detaillierte Beschreibungen der Essenszubereitung (ob Wells wohl so eine Art Hobbykoch ist?); etc.

    Scott war wirklich süß, aber er kommt trotzdem nicht an meinen Liebling Alex ran. Mit Ben konnte ich trotz des viel versprechenden Anfangs nicht recht warm werden. Ich fand sein Motiv, Scott die kalte Schulter zu zeigen, doch recht fragwürdig.
    Besonders gefallen hat mir, die Weiterentwicklung der alten Charaktere zu sehen. Vor allem Peter hat mich beeindruckt, wie er versucht seine Agoraphobie zu überwinden, um seinen Freunden beizustehen.

    Someone To Keep Me ist eine gelungene Fortsetzung der Reihe um die sympathischen Doms der Collars and Cuffs Clubs und ich freue mich schon jetzt auf Well's nächstes Buch.
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    4.0 von 5 Sternen Did not like this one...very dissappointed 14. Januar 2014
    Von Kristi - Veröffentlicht auf
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    So if I didn't like it why 4 stars (3.5)....because regardless of my opinion it was well written. I will give props to the authors for this in and of itself.


    Basically I did not like Ben at all. He is a Dom, albeit inexperienced and not fully trained. However one would expect a certain amount of self confidence in a Dom. He came across as immature. There were also sooo many inconsistencies with his character. Example: he goes over and above for a co-worker with whom he has no vested relationship yet constantly overlooks Scott. The plot was exceedingly weak. I mean at what point ever does Scott give the impression that money (having it) is important to him? Yet this is an issue that drives Ben's actions. And at the end, after Ben knows how Scott feels about his old life and family, he sends him back? After declaring love? And Scott giving his virginity in the manner he did?

    What little emotional connection there was was all on Scott. When I read the brief description of Damien, I wanted Scott to go be with him.

    And the only other complaint I had was that Scott who is an American used UK phrases. I will note that this happened primarily at the beginning.
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    5.0 von 5 Sternen A pleasure to read 10. Januar 2014
    Von Tk Paige - Veröffentlicht auf
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    I am a huge K.C. Wells fan. I devour her books as soon as I can beg, borrow or steal the money for them. The emotions she brings to her characters and the connections she builds between them are amazing. I am not just talking about the romantic leads in each book, but the friendships developed among the many different characters in a series.

    Now Parker Williams is a fairly new author but 500 Miles is one of my all time favorite short stories and there have been several other short stories of his that I have thoroughly enjoyed....Then there was Pitch, a young adult novel that he wrote under the name Will Parkinson....I have gone back and read that book twice, so you can safely assume that he is quickly becoming a favorite.

    I was excited when I learned that K.C. and Parker were going to write a book together that was set in her Collars & Cuffs series. I didn't have one bit of worry that they wouldn't meld their writing together to produce a wonderful book and I wasn't wrong.
    In some ways this is my favorite book in the series. These two characters need other, there is no other way to put it.

    Scott has been kept a virtual prisoner by his parents. Belittled and mocked for everything that does not fit what they view as fitting in with their plans they make his life miserable. They only see his value as an extension of their self absorbed egos and social status. When he sees his opportunity to break free he seizes it and it goes very wrong.

    Ben is struggling. His sister has left to start a new life with the man she loves and his mother is dying. He doesn't have the resources, emotionally or financially to help Scott. But he can't turn his back on this young boy who is all alone in a strange country. So he goes to his friends and employers at Collars & Cuffs to find help for him.

    Scott had a resilience and inner strength that I loved. Yes, he was insecure about what he had to offer but he knew what he wanted in a relationship and he quickly knew he wanted it with Ben. So he sets out to win the Dom of his dreams...And Ben. He was my favorite. He was so determined that he couldn't be the Dom for Scott because he couldn't give him everything he wanted to. Yet from first day he couldn't let anyone else provide for Scott.

    I found this to be a highly engrossing story of two men finding their way to each other. Both making mistakes because they care about the other so much that they are blind to the truth sometimes. Yet, with a little help from their friends they just might get through to a happy ever after.
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    4.0 von 5 Sternen A sub-genre of a genre, but this BDSM romance is worth the journey 18. Januar 2014
    Von Ulysses Dietz - Veröffentlicht auf
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    Scott wants nothing more than to escape the numbing, loveless control of his parents. Too naive to see the danger, he flees to England to fulfill an on-line romance, and finds himself stranded in a foreign airport. Until Ben happens along, having packed his sister off to Spain to see her boyfriend.

    Prince Charming, meet Cinderella: or, Dom meet sub - whatever. Of course Scott knows nothing of the BDSM world, and Ben has no notion of doing anything but a good deed for a terrified teenager.

    Scott and Ben are great characters; they are explored deeply by the authors as their motivations and emotions are laid bare. The evolution of their relationship is handled with sweetness and a finely tuned sense of timing.

    The authors take great pains to do two things: they cast a vivid light on the BDSM scene, and they make sure the reader understands the profoundly complex, supportive and self-policing network of friendships that feels like a family.

    I was a little reluctant to read this, because, frankly, the whole Dom/sub scene gives me the willies. I'm an old married gay man and we never hung with the leather-and-chains crowd when we were young. But, it's not like I've never read any BDSM stuff (Mary Calmes, D. River). Plus I know one of the authors through our mutual love of writing, and I'd been anticipating this book for months on Facebook (and not reading any of the teasers) I plunged in.

    The only thing I wanted to know more about was how Ben came to understand his own Dom nature. We learn a lot about Ben's life, but that one aspect of him remained opaque, to my regret. And the fact that I cared says much about how well Will and K.C. have done their job.
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    3.0 von 5 Sternen annoyed !!! 23. Januar 2014
    Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf
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    Ok I give this book 3 stars and ima tell you why... I loves the 1st two books in this series but this one pissed me off!!!

    Spoiler Alert

    Ok why in the hell would Ben send Scott back with his parents when all through out the book you were told how unhappy Scott was and how his parents were... But your his dom and should no his needs ... And why bring up how you couldn't take care of him financially when you already got passed that when you decided to keep him as yours ... Didn't make since at all... Was Ben really a dom at all.. How could you listen to his father when you knew how he treated Scott. It was plain STUPID!!!!! It ruined the book for me ... I really liked it til that point .. Of wasn't so well written I would have given it 2 stars!!!

    Let's hope the next book doesn't have these weak a@@ plot for conflict.. I really feel like she added that to make the book longer!!!
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    2.0 von 5 Sternen Going against the grain 19. Mai 2014
    Von Buffy - Veröffentlicht auf
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    Very disappointed in the first 60% of the book. Ben and Scott seemed nothing more than room mates and in order for the rest of the book to work for me, there at least needed to be some sexual tension and there was none. I hated the change to first person POV as it completely changed the tone of the book from the first two, which I enjoyed immensely. Not that I don't like first person, I just didn't here.

    Ben, at thirty, seemed a poor excuse for the usual confidence we see in a Dom, even if he was in training. It was nice that he wasn't the usual sugar daddy type, but too much emphasis was placed on his worry over money and his pride over taking help from the fund set up for their situation. For the first 60% it was if he were playing at it.

    Scott wavered between forthright and needy and after a while it became annoying. There was too much in the way of descriptions on food, shopping, cooking and cleaning. It seemed like these things were placed in for filler instead of the substance of the richly detailed, character driven, stories from the first two books.

    Not until I reached the 60% mark, did the story take off for me. Up until then I seriously considered not finishing it. If it started from there, it would have been at least a 3.5 stars. Still I'd read another if it came up in this series and hope it returned to the tone of the first two. I'd be interested in a story between Jeff and Damian.
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