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Kel's Keeper

Narrated by: John Solo
Length: 7 hrs and 35 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (21 ratings)

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When Kel Taylor’s life changes irrevocably, he finds himself alone in the world. He might have rebelled a little against his parents, but that didn’t mean he was ready to lose them. Unable to cope with his grief and feelings of guilt, he turns to booze, but before he hits rock bottom, someone dives into the murky waters to save him.
 

Luc Bryant watched Kel grow from the little kid whose football broke a pane in his greenhouse, into the sexy young man who sent heat racing through him. That was when Luc stopped watching and distanced himself, because he didn’t want to be that kind of a man. And that’s how things continued, until he saw to what depths the boy had sunk. Luc will be damned if he’ll let Kel kill himself. What Kel needs is a friend, and Luc’s shoulders are plenty big enough to bear his burdens.
 

Kel doesn’t need a friend. He needs a pair of strong arms to hold him, a broad chest to curl up against, someone to listen to him, someone who cares for him...and a whole lot more.

What he needs is a daddy.

He just doesn’t know it yet.
 

A stand-alone book that contains an age gap relationship between a sexy daddy and a virgin.

©2019 K.C. Wells (P)2019 K.C. Wells

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Daddy’s Boy

Sweet, slow burn.. but when it ignites ... Kaboom! Hot and sexy and sweet! Must listen!

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OMG I'm a sucker for Daddy KINK

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Genre: LGBTQIA, M/M Romance
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Narrator John Solo delivered this sexy daddy smoothly while the vibrations of his deep voice tickled my insides. I love his deeper baritone much more than his fem voice. This was a true love story about two soul mates who needed to be close to each other until the timing was perfect for them to get together. The sex scenes were hot, especially because Kel is absolutely innocent and I'm such a sucker for daddy kink.
I definitely recommend this audiobook it has lots of drama and love tied up neatly in a bow.

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My Kind of Daddy/Boy Story

I’m going to be honest here, the beautiful book cover was what drew me first. Then I saw that it was narrated by John Solo and so, here we are.

And speaking of honesty, let me just say, I love this book!!! The story is so poignant. The emotions are raw and relatable. Kel’s emotional journey was a roller coaster. His character’s growth and how strong of a person he’s become, it was wonderful to experience it. Luke’s being steadfast when it comes to Kel was another thing to admire. These two were just so right for each other even when they don’t know it yet. Their “Daddy/Boy” relationship isn’t the typical one, yes, there was spanking. But more than anything, there was the nurture and care and love. K.C. made sure that was felt. It’s the kind of Daddy/Son dynamic that I like.

There were times when my anxiety would spike, like when Grandad made his appearance or when I just want to scream ‘just be honest with them feelings and get it together already!’ But KC Wells made all those scenes worth it. Kel standing up for himself and verbally b*tch slapping grandad was my top favorite scene! Another one was when Kel came back from Inferno to get his point across to Luke just how real things are. Their HEA is very well written too.

John Solo wove his magic with this story. The way he brought the characters to life was just nothing short of incredible. And the way he narrated those hot af sexy scenes, dear lordt... scorching!!! 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

I wish there was more. I was sad when it was over. That right there is a marker of one awesome audiobook! If you’re on the fence, hop over, sit by the lounge chair, have some lemonade. This book is amazing and you’ll enjoy it.

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  • Erryn Barratt
  • 12-30-19

Another enjoyable K.C. Wells book

I enjoyed this book. This wasn’t a surprise because it’s a KC Wells book and I’ve enjoyed all of her books that I’ve read. Kel’s Keeper is a bit of a departure from her Southern Pride series and her BDSM Collars and Cuffs books. There is a simplicity to this story that really appealed to me.

Kel Taylor is a young man of 24. He’s finishing his MBA and trying to find a way to tell his parents that he won’t be following his father into the ministry. He’s a believer but knows the Church is not his calling. Then fate takes his parents away from him and he’s lost. He might not have been willing to become a preacher, but that didn’t mean he wanted to lose two people so important to him. With the help of his neighbor Luc, he makes it through the funeral. From there, things go downhill quickly. Understandably, he falls into a deep depression, partly because he was never honest with his parents about the fact he’s gay.

Luc is more than a concerned next-door neighbor. He’s watched Kel from afar for years, upset with himself that once Kel became a man, his interest morphed from friendly neighbor to sexual attraction. He’s kept it secret, of course. He’s more than twenty years Kel’s senior and, he didn’t want to make things weird. Plus, he’d never act on that attraction. Helping Kel through the week after his parents’ death was not a big deal. Then he left Kel alone, believing the young man deserved peace in which to grieve.

When he discovers Kel is not coping, he knows he has to step in. The younger man needs a firm hand to guide him to life beyond being a dutiful son. He needs to forge his own path and he has no idea how to do it. Luc is willing and able to step into the breach. But he has secrets of his own and when Kel moves in, keeping them becomes more and more difficult.

Eventually Luc shares some of the secrets and he and Kel begin a relationship that quickly becomes sexual. Kel is a virgin and now he’s found someone experienced who’s attracted to him, he’s ready to indulge. But Kel feels something is missing, he’s just not sure what it is. Until one day when he discovers Luc’s proclivities. Instead of being horrified, he’s fascinated.

Thus begins the journey into the Daddy/boy dynamic. As Kel eventually realizes:


A daddy was vastly more than someone who was sexually dominant with enough income to be comfortable and capable of providing the hottest kinkiest sex Kel had ever imagined. A Daddy is someone who is willing to meet my needs the way they need to be met. He’s my safe place, my shelter. He encourages me. He comforts me like no one else can. And I trust him with my life. With my heart.


Like I said, in some ways this is a simple book. But it is also emotionally complex – good daddy books usually are. I enjoyed the dynamics between Kel and Luc. How their relationship grew organically and that it was Kel who kept pushing for more, opening himself up emotionally. That worked for me.

John Solo narrated this book and he was a great choice. The book is set in the American south and his light accent was perfect. I always enjoy books he narrates and this one was no exception. This is a book I suggest everyone who loves Daddy Kink should read. And for those wanting to dip their toes in, this is a great book to start with.