Book Talk Review; Personal Challenges

Title: Personal Challenges

Series: Personal #4

Author: KC Wells
Genre: M/M Contemporary Romance

Release Date: April 7, 2017


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.
“Personal Challenges is a full-length contemporary romance novel, a wonderful read that I couldn't put down and I give 5 Stars. Thank you KC Wells!” - KD Amazon Reviewer
“The series is worth revisiting…” - Light Amazon Reviewer
“I love the way KC writes! This was a great ending to this wonderful series!” - gruvermom Amazon Reviewer
I love these types of stories where you get to see all of our favorite characters and how they get on after their original story comes to a close. 

All of our favorite men are here, Will and Blake, Rick and Angelo, Ed and Colin, and it makes for a bittersweet read.

Each man goes through a lot of hard emotion over the course of this book. The title is fitting, Personal Challenges is right. But the group has each other, proving they are more than friends-they are family. And that, I think is one of the most important things. This series isn't about three separate couples, but six men who surround themselves with those they love the most.

It was the perfect way to end the storylines, to mesh the characters together, to show that things are not always perfect after the happily ever after ending. Life is hard, love is hard, but it's also rewarding.

Will and Blake, I loved seeing their little family. It was beautiful, and even thought they ran into hard times, they were able to come out of it stronger together.

Rick and Angelo, it was nice to see them moving forward and making plans to get married. I thought Angelo's family was hilarious and a good example of the challenges of getting married. They are really sweet together, exactly what the other needs.

Ed and Colin, they grew on me more here than they did in their original book. But I am so glad I was able to read more about their relationship and how they dealt with heartbreak and things that would tear lesser bonds apart. It was nice to see that they didn't let that happen to them.

All in all KC Wells wrote a lovely book that had me in tears at the end because everything just worked out perfectly. All of the couples came together and showed why they stayed strong for so many years. The bonds of family, friendship-the pure love-it was blissful to read.


K.C. Wells started writing in 2012, although the idea of writing a novel had been in her head since she was a child. But after reading that first gay romance in 2009, she was hooked.
She now writes full time, and the line of men in her head, clamouring to tell their story, is getting longer and longer. If the frequent visits by plot bunnies are anything to go by, that’s not about to change anytime soon.



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