Step by Step

Step by Step Jamie s life is one big financial mess and it really isn t his fault However the last thing he expected to find in the library was a Good Samaritan He might have been suspicious of Guy s motives at

  • Title: Step by Step
  • Author: K.C. Wells
  • ISBN: 9781635334524
  • Page: 289
  • Format: ebook
  • Jamie s life is one big financial mess, and it really isn t his fault However, the last thing he expected to find in the library was a Good Samaritan He might have been suspicious of Guy s motives at first, but it soon becomes apparent that his savior is a good man who has been lucky in life and is looking to pay it forward Guy being gay is not a problem Jamie s not inJamie s life is one big financial mess, and it really isn t his fault However, the last thing he expected to find in the library was a Good Samaritan He might have been suspicious of Guy s motives at first, but it soon becomes apparent that his savior is a good man who has been lucky in life and is looking to pay it forward Guy being gay is not a problem Jamie s not interested or so he thinks.Guy is happy to help Jamie, and the two men get along fine But when Jamie s curiosity leads him from one thing to another, Guy finds himself looking at the young man with new eyes What started out as a hand up is now something completely different.

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  • K.C. Wells

    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

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  • 4 Stars.I'm not normally a fan of an age difference but this really worked for me.Jamie is nearly 21 and struggling to put himself through college.The college fund his parents had for him has been used for his parents long and messy divorce.He's just lost one of the three jobs he had and is behind with his rent when a kind of Knight in Shining Armour steps in.Guy is 38 and has a very comfortable life.He offers Jamie a room in his home,wants to help with bills and tuition and genuinely wants Jami [...]


  • Let's hug it out, people. Sorry. I needed a moment. This book is so damn adorable, I can't even. Step by Step is basically a modern-day fairy tale, except the "fairy godmother" is a wealthy bear named Guy. Once upon a time, when Guy was young and broke, a kind man took him in. Now, he wants to pay it forward. Jamie is struggling to make ends meet. His parents have spent his college money on their ongoing, contentious divorce, and he's months behind on rent despite working three jobs. When Guy of [...]


  • Wow! Holy moly!"To think I might have missed out on what feels like what could be the best thing to ever happen to me."Let me explain why I chose this excerpt from the book to share in my review. When I read the blurb for this book, I was excited. But there was a little hesitation. The main reason was that I didn't want a good book to feel like a rebound when I couldn't decide on a PNR book to continue my streak. So I really went into a slump to decide which book will suffer the journey of being [...]


  • DNF at 38%When I read the blurb for Step By Step I was expecting a beautiful and warm story about a man helping a younger man who is down on his luck. Unfortunately, I was too freaked out by the situation – so many things happening that rubbed me the wrong way – and well, I had to take an early exit.Because I have to explain what didn’t work for me, this opinion is most definitely spoiler-y. I apologize for that. But I stopped before half-way, so there will still a lot of things that might [...]


  • 4 StarsJamie is twenty-year-old and in a college to become a lawyer but he needs money. He is about to kicked out of his little studio apartment. He can’t afford to pay his next semester’s tuition. He asked his father for money but he is on the verge of separating from his wife. So he can’t help Jamie. He works three jobs and now he must find another one. So when Guy offers to help him he has no choice to accept it but with a little suspicious. But Guy told him that when he was Jamie’s a [...]


  • 2.5 stars I think it's time. I'm gonna hafta finally move K.C. Wells onto my not-for-me-authors bookshelf. I was on the fence about K.C. Wells but I just love me an age gap, let alone a GFY one! I couldn't resist the siren call. Unfortunately, neither of these characters felt real to me. They were both one-dimensional Disney perfect.So here's the thing. I've read some other stories that start like this, except they're dark as fuck non-con kidnap/rape type stuff. They can be amazing because they [...]


  • I liked it! Once you get past the way they first meet, you might enjoy the story.It was a sugary sweet, no angst story.


  • I thought this one was pretty good. A bit far fetched maybe. But it was sweet. Had a nice slow build the first half and some good steam the second half. A fairly believable romance despite the age gap Low angst, which is always a plus. Solid, recommended read!



  • Reviewed for Just LoveC received in exchange for honest and fair review.From the start, Step By Step was a super problematic read for me and I’ll explain why – step by step:1. Jamie felt grateful that he “dodged that bullet” in regards to not being gay. This was when he still considered himself straight and the idea that he might be interested in men hadn’t yet occurred to him. Mostly because of his age and inexperience, I’ll happily give him a pass for not having any sexual self-awa [...]


  • 4.5 stars from me. Yes, I was one of the beta-readers and no, I don’t just hand out 5 stars cos it’s KC…I give out 5 stars cos *I* think the story deserves it, and this one totally does!!I hold my hands up and admit that I was a little wary of beta-reading this one simply because of the age difference. I have a son of my own around Jamie’s age, and it has to be said that I don’t read that many May/December stories anyway. There is a pretty big age gap between Jamie and Guy; however, th [...]


  • As much as I like this author, I had a tough time to start this one. Colour me cynical but after 5 minutes of meeting a penniless student, a man offers to pay for his tuition, his debts and to be his roommate in a nice house for no other reason than to do a good deed and the student agrees right away…m…Keeping my scepticism at arm length and not dwelling on how these 2 guys met, I went through it : the rest of the story is sweet, angst-free and very steamy, with 2 lovable MCs (with age-gap, [...]


  • 3.5 StarsAfter spending a few hours contemplating how I ultimately felt about this story, I've decided I liked it more than I didn't like it.Initially, the premise didn't work for me. Like, at all. We're talking about some down on his luck college kid (Jamie) who gets approached by a complete stranger (Guy), who offers to house him and financially support him for the next few years, for no other reason than out of the goodness of his heart. Really? Call me cynical but I just didn't buy Guy's mot [...]


  • Sweet, sweet did I mention sweet ? Yup I loved it ❤ it was almost a modern version of Pretty Woman - well without the prostitution! This was a journey of self discovery that was supported by great friends a beautiful case of paying it forward and something warm to enjoy. Books like this give me hope that there really are kind & selfless people out there. Really enjoyed this


  • ETA 10/18/2017 for Audiobook - 4 stars: This is probably my favorite K.C. Wells story, and new to me narrator, Conner Goff, did a good job with the narration, without doing anything to particularly stand out or detract from the story itself.Goff uses distinctive character voices, has good timing and pacing, and made this an enjoyable listen.For the sticklers: Some of the POV changes were not readily apparent in the audio, and some words were pronounced a bit oddly for me, but most struck me as a [...]


  • 20-year-old Jamie is a struggling college student with three jobs, no money, facing eviction and has plans to become a brilliant lawyer. The day he meets 38-yr-old hot bear Guy Bass in the library is truly his lucky day because Guy is a wealthy philanthropist who offers to "pay it forward" by paying for Jamie's law school. "I’d like to help you out, the way Stephen helped me. Whatever you need, Jamie: a place to live, financial aid so you can concentrate on your studies instead of burning the [...]


  • 3.5 StarsPerhaps as a warning, please leave your cynical self at the door before venturing into this story. I assure you it will make things a lot easier.Down on his luck Jamie desperately needs some help, and somehow it finds him in the form of Guy, a wealthy businessman taking the opportunity to pay it forward. Guy offers his home, his money, and his cooking skills to Jamie so he doesn’t have to work 3 jobs to pay for school and can fully concentrate on studying and preparing to become a law [...]


  • Oh, how I needed this book. My luck with reading so far in 2017 hasn't been that great. Of the 5 or 6 books I've read only one (before this one) has really been enjoyable. I didn't just enjoy Step by Step. I loved it and didn't want to put my Kindle down for even a minute once I started reading it. It's been a long time since I've read a book that I wanted to read in one sitting.Jamie, almost 21, is having a horrible day. He's getting evicted from his apartment. He doesn't have money to pay next [...]


  • Review originally posted at Sinfully.4.5 starsFirst off, can we talk about that cover! That look passing between them? That is Guy and Jamie. This is a sweet, fairytale-like story. I love age gap romances and this one worked well for me. Guy is 38 and Jamie is 20 when they meet in the public library, and Jamie is having probably the worst day of his life. Jamie is putting himself through college as his parents spent his college fund on their seemingly endless divorce proceedings, he is working t [...]


  • ***3.75***I think this might be my first K.C. Wells. I was pleasantly surprised and Conner Goff does a pretty good job of the narration; oddly the sex scenes are the best when it comes the the AB. I'll confess that I purchased this solely for the cover and made up a story in my head of what it would be. It wasn't that at all, but I still enjoyed it. I love that pic. It fascinates me. The first few chapters were a little choppy for me, in terms of believing how the MCs come to live together, but [...]


  • Jamie and Guy 4.5 starsJamie almost twenty one and Guy in his late thirties They meet under exceptionally circumstances. Jamie broke. lost one of his three jobs, three months rent arrears has no idea how to go on and how finish his law study.Guy on the other hand has it all.Guy has a purpose in life when he was young and broke he met Stephen who take care of him. He will past this gesture on. So.ere he sees Jamie and overheard his conversation on his mobile telling his father everything is oke.y [...]


  • Imagine sitting by yourself in a library, wracking your brain to figure out to come up with money for rent, for tuition, and that pesky food you need, all while being just 20 years old and working three jobs, because your parents have blown your college fund on their acrimonious divorce, when suddenly, the older, good-looking and seemingly wealthy man sitting at a table across from you makes you an offer that sounds too good to be true - come live at his house (it's big enough), save money on re [...]


  • Sometimes Wells is just way too corny for me. Alsoe bit about them watching the movie Shelter? This ruined the story a bit for me because that movie isdiocre. I'll admit it's leagues better than some of the other gay cinema I've witnessed, but the chemistry between the two leads is awkward, making it difficult to believe they feel romantic affection for one another. So the two MCs here lauding the film's merits was a little off-putting. On top of that, Wells actually screwed up when she was desc [...]


  • Guy and Jamie's storyI have to start off by saying this is a new author for us and it was a first enjoyable read for us.I normally don't read this kind of gene so it was nice to mix things up a bit and try something new and we are so glad we gave this author a try.We will be looking forward to this authors new releases as the come out.I loved the plot it was something you don't normally read about strangers doing good deeds and paying it forward so I am glad that was part of what brought this co [...]



  • I'm going to be honest right from the start and mention that I have never read a KC Wells book that I didn't give 4.5-5 stars too. There is just something about her style of writing, the characters she creates, the stories she tells that hits me just perfect. There are several of her books that I have read over and over again. (The entire Collars and Cuffs series, for example) This book, Step by Step, will be added to the canon of KC Wells novels that will be revisited quite frequently by me.Jam [...]


  • You might just need to practice your suspense disbelief in order to enjoy this book because it is seriously too good to be true. If this is a historical romance, it might be more believable. But in this 21st century, we are too jaded and too cynical to trust a perfect stranger even though they had the best intention. Something about having a backbone and not taking free lunch?Jamie is down on his luck college student working multiple jobs, owing rent and with no help from his parents whatsoever. [...]


  • Love is a gift you can only keep by giving it away. The best way to repay kindness is not to pay it back but to pay it forward. We have all heard and used these statements at one time or another in our lives. In Step by Step K. C. Wells brings these two statements to life. Jaime, a 20-year-old, straight, college student with perfect grades and a solid life plan wakes up one day to find his entire life has fallen down a huge, black financial rabbit hole. Just as he decides his dreams are about to [...]


  • 4.5 starsLoved this book. Both characters were great and had awesome chemistry. Even if I'm not a big fan of great age gaps, their story was sweet and sexy as all get out. K.C. Wells knows how to write hot sex and a good story.Recommend!


  • 4.5 Stars ~ K.C. Wells has a distinct writing style and when she sets her mind to writing an unashamedly sweet romance, she does so with finesse and style. She also does not apologize for rolling out tried and true tropes such as insta-love, and even a slightly modified gay-for-you. In Step by Step, the author makes her gay-for-you character more ambiguous and, at times, heavy handedly tries to remind the reading audience that his sexuality should be viewed as more fluid than any label could eve [...]


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