Secrets: Book Four
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.
The Pride display in the bookstore window may be what captured Xavier James’s attention, but the man enthusing about books interests him more. The BDSM book lying next to the cash register is a pleasant surprise, and when he draws attention to it, Heath’s flushed cheeks and bright eyes pique Xavier’s curiosity even further.
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.
Love the book. Great story line.
Great book but...
I loved Xavier and Heath's story!!! The only problem I had was that quite a few chapters towards the end were incomplete in the copy I purchased on iBooks. Other than that the book was great.
Finding a work and life balance
On The Same Page by K.C. Wells and Parker Williams was given to me in exchange for an honest review. Heath, a bookstore owner who loves his book boyfriends, opens the door after hours for a new customer because he just cannot turn one away. Xavier, a man who has let his work rule his life, turns to a bookstore after hours for a friend's gift. Xavier and Heath find by the opening of that door it could lead to a new world of love and possibilities neither of them expected. As the fourth installment of the secrets series it was a departure from the 1st three because this book had more of a romantic feel to it with the role play and watching them find their way to each other which I enjoyed so much.