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Personal Challenges by [Wells, K.C.]
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Length: 322 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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The final book in the Personal series.

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.

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  • Print Length: 322 pages
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  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B06XZV47SQ
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5.0 out of 5 stars So good 10 April 2017
By Kindle Customer - Published on
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I laughed and cried. I do hope there might be another side book about Franco. There seemed a lot of unfinished story with him. I loved how we got to see every couple.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant ending to a great series 7 April 2017
By Tanja - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
This is the fourth book in the Personal series and what an amazing, wonderful book it is.
We meet up again with the couples Blake and Will (Making it Personal), Rick and Angelo (Personal Changes), Colin and Ed (Personal Secrets), situated a few years later.

This book follows the three couples toward the upcoming wedding of Rick and Angelo. KC has written all three couples their own story leading up to the celebration, but she has blended them together beautifully.

As always the story is full of fun and witty banter, the writing fluid and effortless, the scenes hot and steamy. The characters are even more developed and richer. Blake, protector of all those around him. Will, his soulmate and perfect father. Rick, sometimes too selfless in his relationship with Angelo. Angelo, struggling with his Italian heritage. Colin, forgiving and caring. Ed with his no filter Cockney and a heart of gold.

It is not all sunshine and red roses, though. KC doesn’t shy away from addressing some serious subjects, that will touch your heart and soul. They will keep you on the edge of your seat and most of all they will have you pondering and wondering what you would do in the circumstances.

KC takes you through a myriad of emotions and the one that stayed with me throughout the book was love. Love for family and friends, old and new. Love for their life partners and for their brothers from the heart. Secure in the knowledge that this love is strong and solid they can face their personal challenges with faith and hope.

If you haven’t read the first three books I highly recommend you do before reading Personal Challenges. You will appreciate and enjoy this book so much more.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Amazing ending for a great series. 8 April 2017
By elle - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Technically, you can read this as a standalone, but I strongly recommend against it. First, you ‘ll be missing out on some pretty amazing stories, and second, you won’t be able to get a feel of the dynamics and chemistry between the characters.

If you ‘re one of those readers who avoid sequels because they don’t want their favorite heroes’ HEA messed up, fear not! There is heartbreak and angst in Personal Challenges, but the couples are solid and more in love than ever. If anything, this book showcased just how strong their connection and love is.

Blake and Will from Making it Personal are happier than ever. They have a wonderful little girl, and a new baby boy. But things don’t always go as planned, and there are challenges ahead. Blake and Will will face it head on as a family, and with a lot of love.

Rick and Angelo from Personal Changes are getting married! But while trying to not let down Angelo’s mother (who wants a big, italian, traditional, gay wedding!), they ‘re pretty close to letting down themselves.

Ed and Collin from Personal Secrets…now that was my absolute favorite storyline, and it starts with a phone call from Collin’s ex. This storyline is all about forgiveness, love, life and gratitude. And yes, I did cry my eyes out.

There are sweet and romantic moments, scortching hot sex scenes, and important messages about family and friendship.

I love how K.C.Wells ends each series with a book that includes all couples. She did the same with Final Exam and Endings and Beginnings. I believe that this is exactly how a good series should end. Making it Personal was my very first novel by the author, and I ‘ve been hooked ever since.

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars the boys were like seeing old friends after a long absence 15 April 2017
By padme35 - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
It's been nearly a year-and-a-half since I read KC Wells' Personal series so I was a little unsure if I would be able to get into the lives the characters without doing a re-read, which unfortunately I really didn't have the time to spare right now to do so. Well, I worried needlessly, the boys were like seeing old friends after a long absence, everything just falls into place the minute you see each other again. I will say that I think I just might add these boys to my summer re-read list.

Previously, each installment focused on one couple but in Personal Challenges we get to see into the current lives of all three couples. Sometimes, when an author does that, we lose a little bit and feel almost short-changed because there is just not enough pages to tell each story properly. Well, not in Challenges, here it's as if we get three installments in one.

Each couple has individual issues to deal with and they do so in KC Wells fashion but I think what I love about them the most is the friendship between all 6 men. The couples are the primary focus with their individual life events but they are still there for each other which is one of things I've loved most about the entire series but especially this installment. The chemistry is off the charts as it has been since each couple met their significant other, I loved how the connections have only gotten stronger with time.

Someone asked me if Challenges is a standalone, well I'll write here what I told them. It could be but you would be missing out on the beginnings of each couple and how the friendships are tied together. You won't be lost but had I not read the previous installments, I would definitely feel as if I was missing something, kind of like starting a television show with season two or a movie forty minutes in. So personally, I could safely say I don't recommend starting with Challenges but it's not undoable and I highly recommend adding Personal to your TBR list if you haven't already and if you're like me and have read the series, you do not want to miss out with this newest installment.
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Finish 13 April 2017
By Tk Paige - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Well hell... This is it. The final book in this series and I almost didn't want to read it because I didn't want it to be over. I always have mixed emotions about the end of a series... What if I don't like how the author wraps it up? What if the ending kills the series for me and I'll never be able to go back and enjoy it again? (I'm looking at you Anne Bishop)

I worried for nothing in this case.

Each couple has been together for a long time now. And in this book they have their own struggles that showcases their strengths as a couple and in Will and Blake's case, as parents too. There were times that almost (definitely) brought me to tears. The men weren't perfect. They each had the fears and doubts over the issues confronting them, yet they each would try to step up to
help their partner/husband in spite of their own struggle.

And it was wonderful to see friendships between the couples being supportive. Not one person acted like the troubles of another couple wasn't as important as their own.

Sometimes I'll read a romance and wonder how the main couple would stay together for the long haul in real life. Even if I loved the book and characters I could see the problems being glossed over for a HEA.

But in Personal Challenges, Kc showed me, in loving—sometimes painful—detail that these three couples would make it. Not because it was easy to stay "in love", but because they chose to work at it and not take each other for granted.

P.S. Kc This series is over and I accept it... However Franco and Anthony will be getting a spin off, right? Please!

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