A Jeri Review: A Way with Words (Memories with The Breakfast Club [Kindle Worlds]) by Lane Hayes

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Rating: 4 stars out of 5

I don’t always love novellas. Only because I think it is difficult to tell a compelling story in fewer than 200 pages. BUT, it can be done. And Lane Hayes did. It helped that it was an opposites attract story set in NYC for me. Because I KNOW guys like Tony. Tight knit big giant Italian families are beginning to get more scarce, but they are out there. And I know them. So nothing this family did or said was much of a shocker to me.

Remy is the opposite of Tony. Kind of quiet, artsy, open book guy trying to make it on his own in the city by himself. He is willing to wait for Tony to come out of the closet. But in the mean time, he basically goes back into the closet for him.

Remy was patient and kind with Tony which was so refreshing. He didn’t give him an ultimatum because he knew that coming out is intensely personal. Remy gave him the time and space to do that.

Being that it was a novella it did have a neat little wrap up to the story line with pretty much no drama. But hey, we all need a happy little ending sometimes.

Cover art is relevant, eye-catching and lovely.

 

Sales Links:  Amazon

Book Details:

Kindle Edition, 191 pages
Published June 20th 2017 by Kindle Worlds
ASINB0731XK1CX
Edition LanguageEnglish
SeriesMemories with The Breakfast Club [Kindle Worlds]

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