Review: A Way with Words

A Way with Words
A Way with Words by Lane Hayes
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

*~~*ARC kindly provided by the author to me in exchange for an honest review *~~*
~ Kindle Worlds is US exclusive and not available (yet) for international readers~

Tony De Luca is a simple guy. He works for his uncle’s Brooklyn-based construction firm. And he knows from experience that keeping his head down and doing his job is the best way to deal with the meddlesome family members he sees daily. They think he’s quiet and maybe a little awkward but the truth is more complicated. Tony has a secret he isn’t ready or willing to share. He’s an expert at avoiding familial scrutiny. At least he was until the sexy guitar player showed up.

Remy Nelson is a small-town, free-spirited guy looking for a new life in the big city. He stays busy playing his instrument on a busy Manhattan street corner during the day and bartending at night. Remy is more interested in finding steady employment than a mate, but he can’t deny his attraction to the dreamy construction worker with soulful eyes, a kind heart, and a unique way with words. Falling for Remy wasn’t what Tony expected, but keeping him will require courage. And an end to keeping secrets.


This novella out of the Memories with The Breakfast Club (Kindle Worlds)-series based on the books by Felice Stevens was a great introduction of the two character Tony and Remy, a construction worker and a guitar player.

Both guys are totally charming and the first person POV, from Tony’s view was an interesting read and different than maybe other books you read. You can read the book without any knowledge of the Breakfast Club series or Memories series, the character are both totally new, unpresented before but of course totally sweethearts.

The tension is there between the character and the way how Remy and Tony are hot and cold is really interesting and you are thrilled to see what end waits for them. :3

The amusing family member on Tony’s side give the story a lot of funny events, also shows it the great connection which is totally lovely and sweet.

A great read for a pleasant afternoon.
5 out of 5 stars and a recommendation.

It’s a bit sad that international reader have maybe to wait (for a longer time) to be able to read the book because of amazons restrictions outsite the USA.

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