Someone to Keep Me

Someone to Keep Me 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 ou

  • Title: Someone to Keep Me
  • Author: K.C. Wells Parker Williams
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  • Page: 266
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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 lifeA 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 na ve 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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    1. K.C. Wells Parker Williams

      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.K.C loves to hear from readers E mail k.c.wells btinternet Facebook facebook KCWellsWorld Twitter K_C_Wells Website kcwellsworld


    1. Skim read after 73%.Right from the beginning, I didn't like Ben's or Scott's character. They didn't have any particular personality, just a mish-mash of different personas forcefully mashed together to form their characters.Everything was too dramatic: the entries, exits, situations, reactions to those situations. Their personalities were pretty immature and not formed at all. I just couldn't take any more struggling, especially after I read the preposterous comment by Leo that Ben is a good Dom [...]

    2. 3.5 StarsScott is eighteen. He and his parents tolerated each other. They want him to be an architect like his father but Scott have other plans for himself. He met Jeff in a chat room. They chatted for months and develop some feelings towards each other. Finally, Jeff mailed a plane ticket to Scott and he saw it as an opportunity to leave his parents’ house. But when he got to Manchester (from the US) there was no trace of Jeff. He waited for hours but instead of Jeff it was Ben who came to t [...]

    3. This is a nice follow-up to the other two books in the series. Leo/Alex and Thomas/Peter are integral to the story, and I enjoyed visiting with them again. In this book, we meet Scott, an 18-year-old American lured to England by a "JeffUK" whom he meets in a chat room, and Ben, the 30-year-old bartender Dom who works at Collars and Cuffs. Ben sees Scott looking forlorn and lost at the airport and takes him under his wing. Scott flew to England with nothing but a few dollars, his Nook, and the cl [...]

    4. Someone To Keep Me is the third instalment of the Collars & Cuffs series and features Ben, the 30 years old bartender from Collars and Cuffs and 18 years old Scott from the U.S. Emotionally abused by his parents Scott decides to leave home and heads across the Atlantic to England. With nothing than his nook and a few dollars in his pockets, insecure, innocent and naive Scott turns up in Manchester, where he wants to meet up with Jeff, a guy he met online. When Jeff doesn’t show up Ben just [...]

    5. Oh dear, this is very difficult for me to write. I'm cringing at the rating I'm going to give cos I've never given a KC Wells book this rating before3 starsrry KC and Will, there were several things I just didn't likeN was my biggest problem with this storybut there were others and I'll go into them further on in this review. I can honestly say I've NEVER wanted to punch someone more than I did Ben in this book. I really disliked him as a character and I'm positive that no-one who thinks of hims [...]

    6. Imagine you're an eighteen year old young man, with little or no experience of the world because your parents are controlling and unfeeling and then imagine getting your hands on a computer that opens up your closed in world to new possibilities, including a chance at love. That's what happens to Scott Keating, totally innocent, home schooled and kept under the thumb by his extremely unlikeable mother and father, until they give him a Nook reader which he discovers has internet connection. He 'm [...]

    7. OK working on this review But Ben sure did redeem himself I was going to beat him! LOVE LOVE LOVED this! The best yet!

    8. I was always going to like this story - I enjoyed the first two books in the series and I love the authors - and I wasn't disappointed. Was it perfect? No. Was it hugely enjoyable? Yes!This is the story of Scott and Ben. Scott is very young and extremely naive and innocent, having lead a sheltered life in the US. He heads across the globe to Manchester, without money or clothes, to meet up with Jeff, a guy he met online. When Scott is stood up by Jeff, Ben just happens to be at the airport in Ma [...]

    9. *** 1.5 Stars ***Confusing characters and ridiculous plot choices. This series isn't AMAZING, but it's certainly better than this book would lead a reader to believe.

    10. 3.5 stars Anyone who follows my reviews knows that I am a KC Wells fangirl. As a big fan of the first two books in the series and with high hopes for this one, I was a little disappointed that Ben and Scott’s relationship didn’t grab me the way that Leo and Alex and Thomas and Peter’s did. To start off I have to say that the cover of this book is gorgeous! It makes me miss reading physical books. I am a sucker for needy, affection-starved boys and I did love Scott even when he made my eyes [...]

    11. Disturbing and triggering. DNF @ 73%So for the first 50% I thought: Are these authors serious? Are they really trying to make this story plausible? If it was an AU I'd have though of allotting more starsbut really, only two as opposed to one star because it's still rubbish writing. But at least in an AU the BDSM dynamics might make sense, as would some 18 year old just turning up in London and being rescued forthwith and put up for free. Then, after 50%, I became less amused by the absurdity and [...]

    12. Hmmm I have been dropping a star from my rating with each book of this series unfortunately this book was just too unrealistic to enjoy the dialogue felt stilted and forced the scenario was ludicrously contrived the angst was eye-rollingly sophomoric I wanted to love this book but was left wanting I suspect I know what is being written in the next book of the series and I'm not sure if I'll read it or not I like to see strong, independent people bowing down in submission occasionally, i [...]

    13. I eagerly awaited the release of Someone To Keep Me, stopped reading a different book 100 pages before the end, downloaded my pre-ordered copy and immersed myself in the wonderful world that was brought to me by K.C Wells and Parker Williams. I finished the book in one sitting and at 3 in the morning. There was no way to put it down before the end. What I loved most about this book was that although this book is in the same voice as the previous books in the series you can see both authors shini [...]

    14. It pulled at my heart strings. Lots of feels for this one. While part of me found it hard to believe how naive Scott is, I found him so sweet and innocent that it didn't matter. In the end, hie naivete just added to the story.Growing up in the home where he's never know what it was like to be loved, his rents are horrible excuses for human beings, Scott would like nothing more than to have someone take care of him, love him, shower him with affection. He's just not really smart about how to go a [...]

    15. I feel like this series just got lamer and lamer as it went on. I thoroughly enjoyed the first, the second was okay, and this one Meh. The characters were frustrating and a lot happened that just made me exasperated, so it was tough to enjoy it.

    16. I was really enjoying this story up until around 85% when the big drama happened. I was so disappointed and upset over where the story went that I could barely finish it. I really dislike contrived family melodrama and characters acting illogical and irrational. (view spoiler)[ For the second time in this story Ben sends Scott away over MONEY. The fact that he did it because Scott's parents, who flew over from the U.S and convinced him while he was laid up in a hospital bed, that Scott would be [...]

    17. The dim-witted MCs made for an excruciating read at times. At least Scott had a reason, he was young and naive; Ben was just thick.

    18. I have no clue what to rate this book as. It is kind of a mess from start to end and last part of it completely went off the deep end and ruin most of my enjoyment of it. The premise of Scott being so sheltered and naive to take off across to England, Ben just randomly picking him up in an airport, or the fact Scott just happens to be a sub are hard to believe. Not to mention the Jeff who doesn't even appear in the book, at least the one the bought the plane ticket for Scott. I wanted to hit Ben [...]

    19. Hiccups in BDSM writing.Usually when the names are used as headers I love it. But strangely this writing style/storyline did not work for me!

    20. The first 6 books in the Collars and Cuffs series are on sale for $1 plus narration for $1.99 more! 12/21/15 amazon/dp/B00DW0UVUO

    21. I read the first two books in this series specifically because I wanted to read this one. I liked the premise. I thought it sounded interesting. I wanted to know more of Scott's story and absolutely loved the idea that a man, Ben, not only recognized Scott's "lostness" just by looking at him, but was also willing to take action. Although I was raised to be independent, the idea of someone offering safety, protection, and comfort definitely brings warm fuzzies. Unfortunately, the story just didn' [...]

    22. This third book in the 'Collars and Cuffs' series continues the tradition of a Dom not quite sure he is (or wants to be) attracted to the sub in need he meets. Different form the first two books, the Dom in this story is still at the beginning of his training, and not half as self-confident or experienced as Leo and Thomas in book one and two. That doesn’t make him less of a Dom though but it was a nice change that I found really iteresting. There are also some more revelations about the dark [...]

    23. 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 [...]

    24. “Someone to Keep Me” is a wonderful collaboration between K.C. Wells and Parker Williams. The series, “Collars and Cuffs” is truly amazing and this third installment definitely adds to the thrill and mystique of the D/s lifestyle.The two main characters are flawed and imperfect which only adds to their charisma and appeal. Unlike the Dom’s of the previous stories, Leo and Thomas who in my opinion are pretty much perfect, Ben has some character flaws that for me made him more human and [...]

    25. This book was trending for 4 or more stars, despite my hating on Ben for most of it, until about 90% when it took a huge nose dive into WTFuckery. And there was nothing Ben could do to redeem himself. He ruined this book for me, and his HEA was so undeserved, it made me rage. And Scott, poor, sweet, innocent, loving Scott, just simply forgives Ben for the dafuqery and the pain he put him through. WTAF? Could he be more of a doormat? Am I supposed to believe this is simply inner strength? Full re [...]

    26. Overall book rating: 3 Let me down stars Audio book: N/A Book cover rating 1 lame starI have to be honest this book let me down big time.I struggled with this story. I truly felt like the pants of a ho up an down, up and down. . Please just make up your bloody mind - do you want me up or down!!!!!!Then Ben wants Scott then he don't Sorry but for a DOM to be so I don't even know what to write I just feel sad because I so wanted to like this book.

    27. Done with this series after this book. No comparison to the previous novels. Can't believe it's the same author.No chemistry and sexual attraction. No buildup in the relationship. Extreme beginning to the D/s relationship - no slow transition. Ben the Dom is not the same calibre as those in the first two books. Melodramatic twists at end - let's add some zombies to the story line too! Alex doesn't talk like an American teenager either.

    28. So, it gets 5 stars but honestly I'd like to say 4.5 because of Ben's frickin' stupidity! However, I loved this book. It's probably my, wait. I was about to say it's probably my favourite of the series but that made me think back on the other books and, you know what? This may be the only series where I couldn't possibly choose a favourite. They're all just bloody brilliant.

    29. Okay, so a few tears are still trickling as I write this review. Someone To Keep Me. Those words mean so much to those of us that have low self esteem and have been unlucky in love. This book was far from perfect but still a sweet, heart-warming read. Yes, Ben was a stupid Dom, but he did finally get it right. This is more of a cotton candy read than a series BDSM read. 

    30. Favorite quote: “You’re good the way you are. Never be ashamed of that, and never let anyone make you feel like a doormat. No one, submissive or not, should let anyone walk over them.”Review: I have been looking forward to the release of this book since I started the Collars and Cuffs series. I love KC Wells’ series so much! Then add to that her partnership with another favorite author, Parker Williams, and you’ve got a sure thing, right? Well, as it turns out, yes, exactly right. This [...]

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