Title: A Way with You (Memories with The Breakfast Club)
Author: Lane Hayes
Release Date: January 16th 2018
Genre(s): Contemporary Romance
Page Count: 95 pages
Reviewed by: Tosha
Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
Reeve Nelson is determined to make it in Manhattan. He’s hardworking, dedicated and willing to put in the extra hours required to be successful at his new job at a prestigious real estate firm in the city. There’s no way he’s going back to small-town living and an ex-girlfriend who won’t let go. But his boss isn’t making it easy.
Leo Rodriguez enjoys his reputation as a ruthless businessman. He’s a lone wolf who’s scraped his way from the gutter to rebuild his life and launch a distinguished career on his terms. When an opportunity to expand in the market comes up, Leo wants the eager new agent with a sense of wonder on the project. But nothing goes quite as planned. Reeve expected to be intimidated and overwhelmed by Leo, however, the explosive mutual attraction and fierce desire between them is a big surprise. Neither man is looking for love and yet, something special just might happen if they can find their way…together.
I really enjoyed his book. It was not too long but at the same time it was not too short either. Lane Hayes had just enough content in this book to make it a really enjoyable read.
Reeve is new to town and about to start his new job at a high end real estate agency as a real estate agent in Manhattan, the city and job he has been dreaming about since he graduated college. The only problem is the job that he thought that he was hired for is not exactly the job that he was hired for in the end. Instead he is supposed to be an assistant agent to a very arrogant boss who is also a minor television star. What a surprise Reeve got with that piece of information.
Still Reeve is not going to give up just yet. He instead looks at it as another obstacle to overcome and prove himself. The other issue is his boss, Leo, does not exactly leave him feeling very comfortable about his job because he does not exactly explain what he expects of Reeve. So Reeve is left feeling like he was left out on a limb without a parachute to help him if he falls.
When everything finally comes to head between Leo and Reeve the sparks fly. But Reeve cannot continue to work for a man that he is attracted to and to a man that he has already slept with.
Can Leo and Reeve figure out what exactly is going on between them? Or is this just a passing lust between them?
This was such an incredible read. There is so much that happens between these two men but not too much that it overwhelms the reader. This is one of those books that I would describe as a sweet romance. Sometimes those are the best books to read. Truly a great read.