Step by Step

  • by K.C. Wells
  • Narrated by Conner Goff
  • 8 hrs and 33 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

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 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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Blurgh - really struggled to finish it

This was a real disappointment. I’ve been spoiled with all the good gay literature out there and this one fell horribly flat. Contrived predictable story and badly developed and executed. It seems like it’s been written by someone who badly wants to be an author, but their skills simply don’t match up to it. The only reason I finished it is because I prefer to ensure I’ve given a book a chance (unfortunately they end up being hours you NEVER get back).

I find it frustrating that (especially with gay lit) people are eager to give 4/5 stars for everything. It means it’s really difficult to pick out the actually good books. I have to hunt through Goodreads reviews and find that if the rating on there is less than 4 then really consider if it’s worth spending a credit on Audible. No matter the genre I expect books to be engaging and make me buy into the characters and story - I don’t know why high standards should drop just because it’s gay literature. It does a disservice to the really good authors out there who write great books that should be celebrated.

I’ve made a vow to myself from now on to make sure I write reviews now that the Audible app has made it easier to do so. Can’t complain about people’s rubbish rating standards if I don’t balance it out with my own reviews after all!

Not sure if it was the narrator or editing, but the timing and gaps were off between sections so they roll together and it takes you a moment to realise that the scene has changed and it’s not a continuation from the previous sentence.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 22-08-2017
  • Publisher: Dreamspinner Press LLC