A fabulous conclusion to this geeks & jock series
Love and History by Lane Hayes
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I’ve loved each one of the books in Lane’s Script Club but this one’s definitely a favourite.
It had everything I enjoy about a romance where two utterly different people fall in love.
Ezra wasn’t at all what I’d been expecting, he had so many layers and hidden depths that the jock persona was more a way for him to follow along without pushing any boundaries.
Holden’s been fascinating since the off, with his combination of science geek and history nerd wrapped together into an awesome package.
I loved how their snark and poking was really just basic foreplay and an unknown expression of interest as they essentially “pulled each other’s pigtails”.
As they get to know each other though, it becomes very clear they have the potential for more.
With a deft hand,hilarious at times, incredibly hot at others, and with a beautifully squishy centre, Lane takes both men on a discovery of love.
Along the way they open up and deal with baggage they’ve both tried to leave in the past and they mostly communicate wonderfully.
The Third Act/80% tension moment comes from an external source which causes a brief misdirection but thankfully neither man is willing to throw away their potential happiness.
With guest appearances from all the rest of the gang and a very satisfying Epilogue, this series draws to a close with a big smile.
#ARC kindly received from the author via GRR Tours in return for an honest and unbiased review.
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