Collars and Cuffs: Book Eight
In all his relationships, Darren Fielding never found the level of intimacy he witnessed between Thomas Williams and his sub, Peter, the day of Peter’s “rebirth.” Not only that, he never realized such intimacy was possible. For two years, Thomas’s business card has been burning a hole in his wallet. When Darren’s lover moves on, maybe it’s finally time to see where that card takes him.
Collars & Cuffs’ new barman, JJ Taylor, is really conflicted right now. He went to the club with a very specific purpose, already convinced of what he’d find there. Except it’s not what he expected at all. He certainly didn’t anticipate finding himself drawn to the new wannabe Dom. Nor could he have guessed the direction that attraction would lead him.
Old love, new love, vows, pain, rage, moving in, moving on…. The members of Collars & Cuffs face an event that touches some of them deeply, but it will only reinforce what they already know: together they are stronger, and some bonds cannot be broken.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
It's great to see where all of the previous books relationships are going, but it makes me sad that it's ending. It would be great if the author would start a new series at Secrets, with Eli and Jared (and cameos from Collars and Cuffs, of course).
Review: Endings and Beginnings For those of you who are mourning the end of the Collars and Cuffs series, this is the book for you. Rejoice! KC Wells and Parker Williams take us on a brief review of the couples who have found each other through the club during the series. There’s a death (gasp!), a journey’s change of direction, a fear of discovery, a runaway and a beloved couple who leave town. That’s some of the endings. The beginnings include a wedding (I’ll let you guess whose), a reunion, an upcoming birth, a new bartender, a new dom-wanna-be, a dom who wants more training, the opening of a house for homeless young people, and a lot of self-discovery. There’s also a mention of a new series (hooray!) that fans of Collars and Cuffs will look forward to with great excitement. This is a long book, but you won’t want to miss a single word. I don’t want to give away anything so I’m not going to risk spoilers by writing a long review. Suffice to say, you’re going to love this book. Even if it’s your first Collars and Cuffs story it’s just going to whet your appetite for the previous stories, but it can actually stand alone. KC Wells and Parker Williams have written a magnificent series and end it on a high note. I don’t know when I’ve read the finale to a series that is more perfect and satisfying than the weaving together of all the stories at the end of Endings and Beginnings. This book is highly recommended for those who have followed along as the series debuted each book and also for those for whom Endings and Beginnings is the first Collars and Cuffs book they have picked up.