Collars and Cuffs
Collars & Cuffs Vol 2
Books five through eight of the Collars & Cuffs series with K.C. WellsMore info →
Collars & Cuffs Vol 1
Books one through four of the Collars & Cuffs series with K.C. WellsMore info →
Someone to Keep Me
Scott Keating is a disappointment. He knows he’ll never meet his parent’s expectations, and probably never find the one thing he wants: someone who will always keep him. When he starts talking with ‘JeffUK’, he thinks he’s found that person. He’s given a first-class plane ticket to start a new life in England, but when he gets there, there is no Jeff.
Ben Winters sees a frazzled young man who looks so lost, and his protective instincts kick in. When he hears about ‘JeffUK’, alarm bells go off, and he takes Scott to his boss, Leo Hart, who starts the two men on a path that neither expected, but now they can’t avoid the inevitable crash.More info →
Can a Dom find contentment in helping a young man who has no interest in BDSM? Can the two of them find mutual ground in Domestic Discipline?More info →
Dom of Ages
Jarod lost his beloved Dom, Phillip, in a tragic accident. After more than two decades together, Jarod is adrift on his own. He needs to serve in order to find peace, but no one wants a submissive who is fifty-years-old.
Eli Jameson wants a sub, but not one of those pretend boys at the clubs. He longs for someone who understands submission. When he lays eyes on Jarod, his heart beats faster. Could these two men come together, even though they’re from different worlds?More info →
Endings and Beginnings
From the start Leo Hart and Thomas Williams built a club that helped bring people together. Through it all, there’s been one person who is responsible for the heartaches suffered by the subs of the club. When that person finds his final judgment, how will everyone handle it?
At the same time, a new Dom, Darren, comes onto the scene, and he’s taken by the club’s bartender, JJ. The problem? No one knows about the secret that JJ harbors. One that, if learned, could tear the club apart.
To every beginning, there must be an ending.More info →