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Lane Hayes makes my day better and so did this book!

A Way with YouA Way with You by Lane Hayes

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Lane Hayes is the caramel syrup in my macchiato, the jam and cream on my scone, the icing on the cake (which I don’t eat but I know she loves), basically she just makes my day better.

This is book two in her addition to Felice Stevens’ Memories With the Breakfast Club Kindle Worlds series and features Remy’s brother Reeve. It’s tagged as an office romance but there’s a neat twist which makes it so much more.

I think I loved Reeve and Leo even more than I’d fallen for Remy and Tony in the first one. In this there’s no need for hiding anything other than insecurities but each man finds courage in the other to put down tentative roots which only get stronger.

The sex is well hot, these two just can’t keep their hands off once their relationship changes and there’s plenty of emotions on display. I loved Leo’s hidden vulnerability, Reeve’s was all on the surface and every so often it would explode. There’s a fair few funny bits in this one as well.

For a short story, there’s a heck of a lot of depth and development and I loved seeing the relationship deepen.

Gorgeous covers on both books too.

#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.
Kindle Worlds is currently only available in the US.

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Beautiful peek into the Memories with the Breakfast Club series

A Way with Words (Memories with The Breakfast Club )A Way with Words by Lane Hayes

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


This is a fab short story set in New York and is part of Felice Stevens’ Memories with the Breakfast Club. Unfortunately as its Kindle Worlds, it’s only available in the US at the moment.

As I have an ARC for the second in the series from Lane, I grabbed this at the same time to catch up on the setting.

I loved Remy, he was just so chilled about his life’s path and he had the utmost confidence in Tony making his own right decisions in order to live his authentic life. He never pressured Tony, but listened and offered advice and no judgement and for that, he stole my heart.

Tony, on the other hand, he was a study in contrasts, able to talk to Remy about his life and feelings, blurting out whatever came into his head and so unwittingly charming without intent, but also panicked about what his Italian family would think if they knew he was gay.

There’s little to no drama in this, the MCs talk to each other and support each other through the sticky patches and it has a glorious epilogue.

Now, on to book two!

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