Making It Personal : Personal

  • by K. C. Wells
  • Narrated by Cornell Collins
  • Series: Personal
  • 5 hrs and 58 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

This book is an erotic gay romance. It contains explicit language and lots of steamy sex between two hot guys. For listeners 18+ only.
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.


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Customer Reviews

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I loved this story! Blake and Will had great chemistry and were both just nice men. I liked how they talked through and overcame the various issues in their relationship. And the sex was so hot! The phone sex scene. O.M.G.
Cornell Collins was a 'new to me" narrator and he did a great job! All of the characters had very distinct voices and he put so much emotion and passion in his voice when the scene called for it. And may I just repeat? The phone sex scene? Oh. My. Gawd! Have a towel ready!
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- SassiKassi

Cornell Collins is Excellent! Very sweet story!

This was one of the first books I read in m/m romance. I loved it! It’s a Cinderella/Pretty Woman story and it’s got elements of a rags to riches story like Annie, as well.
I loved that Blake, while closeted, is totally accepting of Will’s/Alex’s profession. Once they become a permanent thing, of course, he won’t share (don’t worry!) but before he can claim that right, he doesn’t try to make Will feel bad for supporting himself.

There are a LOT of things the reader has to accept as “happy coincidence” – the book being a hit, Will being his assistant, everyone at work being cool with “the gay thing”. But, beyond those issues, it’s a really sweet and very sensual story.

Something I love in romances – a couple who switches! And an alpha male who likes to be tied up!

This was a very sweet and wonderful story with many layers of happy in it’s HEA.

4.5 of 5 stars


Cornell Collins does a FANTASTIC job with this. He gave Will the deeper voice – which I didn’t picture in my head – but it totally worked. His British accent gives this that extra level of authenticity that you don’t get when you’re not from there. His pacing and emotions are excellent and overall this was a great way to experience this story.

5 of 5 stars

Overall 4.75 rounded to 5 of 5 stars
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- Morgan A Skye

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-19-2016
  • Publisher: K.C. Wells