On The Same Page by K.C. Wells & Parker Williams

On The Same Page by K.C. Wells & Parker Williams

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full length (212 pages)
Other: M/M, BDSM, Anal Play, Spanking, Toys
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Fern

When a Dom invites a shy bookstore owner to live out his fantasies, more than one life will be transformed.

Words are Heath Snow’s life. He can’t remember a time when he didn’t have his nose buried in a book. He couldn’t make a living as a writer, so he did the next best thing—he bought a bookstore. But when he’s not selling books, he’s living vicariously through the characters he encounters. Real men can’t hold a candle to the hot men in his favorite genre.

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Xavier is about to learn that some things are more important than work, and Heath is about to step out of his comfort zone, into a place where fantasy and real life coexist.

Heath has always adored his books and words, but when writing turns out to not be for him it’s a natural progression for him to own his own small book store. He loves nothing more than talking books and making recommendations to his customers and finds happiness here. Xavier is more than a little intrigued not just by the handsome owner, but by the well-read BDSM book Heath next to the register. Can these two men find themselves on the same page?

I found this to be a wonderfully paced full length novel. I really enjoyed how the author had the time and space to slowly introduce me as the reader to both Xavier and Heath’s characters, letting me get a good feel for both what they were like and where they were in their lives. This helped me really see not only how they could work together as a couple, but believe in their relationship and understand how they fitted together and meshed so well. Readers who enjoy a slower pace and fuller experience of the characters should find this story really suits their tastes.

The authors’ voice was modern but really relatable, I found myself easily slipping into the story and I related particularly well to Heath, finding a number of common points with his love of books, reading and the simple enjoyment of sliding into a good book and losing sense of time and real life struggles. I really loved how realistic and smooth the story felt to me – and how this made Heath and Xavier’s compatibility so much more believable and lovely to my mind.

I also really enjoyed the intimacy and sex between Heath and Xavier. While smoking hot, there was so clearly emotion and strong feelings between the two men it wasn’t just sex and kink for the sake of it. I really came to believe both men adored each other and relished exploring their sexuality together – particularly when it came to the club Xavier was a member of and the realities and fantasies of BDSM. I enjoyed the good balance I feel the author struck between Heath’s expectations and desires from reading fiction and how it meshed and coupled with the realities and possibilities of a true, living BDSM relationship. I feel the author did a great job with this, keeping it sexy and interesting but still realistic and logical. In particular, the depth of feeling and deeply emotional connection between Heath and Xavier really sold the story for me. Add on an interesting and well-written plot that didn’t seem to just be a quick throw-in and the story overall felt really well rounded and balanced to me.

Full of interesting characters, a deeply emotional relationship and a good, solid plotline this full length story ticked all the right boxes for me and I really enjoyed it. Recommended.

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