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A Way with You

(Memories with The Breakfast Club)

4.03  ·  Rating details ·  392 ratings  ·  88 reviews
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 ru
Kindle Edition, 1st edition, 95 pages
Published January 16th 2018 by Kindle Worlds
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~✡~Dαni(ela) ♥ ♂♂ love & semi-colons~✡~
I didn't love A Way with You quite as much as I loved A Way with Words, but I have to admit Leo was one sexy motherfucker. All that power and intensity. GRRRR!

One of the highlights was being privy to Tony and Remy's (MCs from A Way with Words) glorious HEA. *happy sigh*

Another huge PLUS: This book is steamier than the first. Like I said, SEXY. MOTHERFUCKER. Who knows how to pound Reeve into the mattress.

I would have given my right arm to get Leo's POV!

I wasn't clear on why Leo never told Ree
*J* Too Many Books Too Little Time
Jan 20, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: male-action
3.5 Stars!

Leo I liked. Reeve was a brat.

But it's Lane Hayes so it was still an enjoyable read.
Jan 13, 2018 rated it it was amazing

A Way with You (Memories with The Breakfast Club) by Lane Hayes is the follow-up story to A Way with Words. It's about Remy's brother, Reeve Nelson, who has moved to the city and is starting a new job; it's a fresh start for him. What he didn't anticipate is being assigned to work under Leo Rodriguez. Intense, intimidating, but sexy as hell Leo Rodriguez.

I'll start off by saying this novella did not go in the directions I was expecting. I thought it was an office novella, but it wasn't at all.
Jan 13, 2018 rated it really liked it
~4.25 stars!~

When I go into a novella, I am expecting a quick, fun read. I know the authors don't have the time to deeply develop the characters or the relationship that they would have with a full-length book. I'd much prefer to read longer stories, but I also set my expectations of novellas this way, so as not to get bummed out when things move along too fast or remain semi-surface-level.

But I got a pleasant surprise here. Lane Hayes actually managed to pack in more feelz than a typical novell
Jan 21, 2018 rated it liked it
*3.5 stars*

I think I might be in a reading slump.
True Loveislovereview
Jan 22, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: lgbtq, 2018
Reeve and Leo.
Reeve moved to New York City to start his new job at The McAllister Group as an estate manager.
He's got a beautiful and dynamic boss...Leo, only that's it... the man is a gyre... he has a lot of energy and a grumpy mouth. Everyone is shivering when the almighty Leo is around including Reeve.

The job is impossible and Reeve is questing himself... he has a breaking point.
When he's face to face with Leo, again.. and getting insulted by Leo he snapped.. and in the heat of the fight he d
Jan 17, 2018 rated it really liked it
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' 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
Len Evans Jr
Jan 20, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: owned
This book is a sequel to the book "A Way With Words" and is the second book that Lane Hayes has written in the Memories with the Breakfast Club universe created by one of my most favorite M/M romance writers Felice Stevens. That said, going into this book I thought it unlikely that Ms. Hayes could top the awesome job she did in the first book, I really loved Remy and Tony they were so totally awesome and so perfect together. Well, she managed it do it and in spades. Though this book was not a fu ...more
Feb 28, 2018 rated it really liked it

I loved this, but I wish it was longer. That's really my only complaint.
4.5 stars

I loved this. It was so sweet and hot and once we got to know Leo I really felt the connection between him and Reeve. My only complaint is that it was too short. I wanted soooo much more of these two, I wanted a full length novel. Ohhh how even more wonderful these two would have been had we gotten 250 or so pages instead of a 100.

Reeve is Remy's brother, who Remy mentioned in A Way with Words. He starts out this novel working at a high-end real estate firm in NYC, and his boss is Leo,
Nice when I read it. But probably will forget it next month ^^. Not exactly stand out for me *shrugs*
This was a fine book to while away a few hours, but there was absolutely nothing special about it.

Also, sorry to any real estate agents or brokers out there, but you guys do NOT make particularly scintillating character to read about.
Jun 12, 2020 rated it liked it
Shelves: lgbtq
Book Reaction:
Rating: 3.5 Stars – that place between like and love

Thank you to Indigo and Audible UK for giving me a copy in exchange for an honest review.
Jan 24, 2018 rated it really liked it
Another sweet one. I enjoyed this one but not as much as the first. I liked Leo a lot but Reeve got on my nerves a little. I liked them as a couple and I was happy with the ending. Sweet with little angst.
Feb 04, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: short-reads, lgbtq
This was such a fun quick read. Perfect for a Sunday morning.
Jul 16, 2020 rated it liked it
Shelves: ku, lgbtq
This didn't resonate with me as much as "A Way With Words". Quite a few things didn't make sense to me, and I missed a more detailed relationship development.

Still quite an enjoyable read all in all. (And I love guys like Leo!)
Jan 24, 2018 rated it really liked it

I just Loved Leo
i would've liked reading his pov because
i didn't care much for Reese with his little temper trantums .
♡the sexy times though
Teeny, tiny novella from Lane featuring Reeve, the older bisexual brother of Remy's from A Way with Words. I did prefer Tony & Remy's story I have to admit...this was a little too insta-love for me. ...more
Jan 14, 2018 rated it really liked it
*ARC provided by the author*

Well, this was a pleasant surprise!

I'm somewhat new to Lane Hayes' books, but from what I've seen so far, compared with this, she's come a long way from earlier works.

This was pretty much angst-free, and for a story this short, quite well developed.

The characters had a nicely paced evolution, both personally and in their relationship- and the sexual content, for those who may like to know (while I can appreciate it, it's not top priority for me) was quite entertaini
Aug 20, 2018 rated it liked it
This was ok. Entertaining but not really very memorable.
Jan 25, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2018, arc, from-author, mm

I like a story with the right portion. Low angst, fun, and romantic.
I loved Leo and Reeve, they're easily became a couple right after Reeve said what he wanted to say. And regret it. LOL.
I revisit my favorite couple, Tony and Remy, and their HEA! And Reeve and Leo were just one step to theirs.
I enjoyed this one a lot, this is an adorable and enjoyable read, I recommended it for short weekend read!
This can't be read as a stand alone. Read A Way with Words about Remy and Tony, you won't disappoint
Jan 18, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: kindle-unlimited
3.5 stars because of what could have been. Sigh

I LOVED A Way with words and most of the authors books, but this one was a miss for me for a couple of reasons. In this genre, I expect if there is a blow job to have details, to NEVER read the words that one character talked dirty to another. This was a good story but the details and dialogue were missing in several places, replaced by words. Maybe trying to keep it short? Unforgivable.
Natosha Wilson
Jan 12, 2018 rated it it was amazing
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 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
Jan 14, 2018 rated it really liked it

Boss/employee? Enemies-to-lovers? Friends-to-lovers? A little of all 3? Whatever trope you want to assign to it, A Way with You is an entertaining, easy, and effortless read that left me craving more of Reeve and Leo. It takes something special to pull a reader into a story when it’s only 6 chapters long, and Ms. Hayes brought that something special to Reeve and Leo’s story. A Way with You is a sweet, sexy, feel-good romance.

Hoping to make a fresh start, Reeve moves to NYC and takes what he
Jan 17, 2018 rated it it was amazing
What a great read. I haven't read any of the other books in the series, but that didn't spoil the story at all. Being a novello I wondered how Ms Lane would manage successful character and story development, sometimes missing in many shorter stories. Well, she nailed it, never, at any point did I think that the story was lacking in those areas.

The story certainly didn't progress as I expected. I totally thought it was going to be a straightforward office romance. How wrong was I? I'm not going t
Barb ~rede-2-read~
**4.5 stars**

Reeve Nelson arrives in New York, ready to set the real estate world on fire. He’s got the experience from having co-owned his own business with his ex-girlfriend, though it was in a small town and nowhere near the complexity or the pricing of life in the City. Hired by Leo Rodriguez to be his assistant as Leo prepares a new home real estate show for a major network, he eventually finds out that he was primarily hired because of his connections to his brother’s fiance’s family and t
Isabella ~Mikku-chan~
*~~*ARC kindly provided by the author to me in exchange for an honest review *~~*

What a great novella and connected to A Way with Words, another stand alone novella in the Memories with The Breakfast Club exclusively for Kindle Worlds.

I liked how Reeve and Leo were presented and how well developed they were. Lane Hayes is definitely an author with great skill and that is clearly visible in the short novella.

She is able to create a solid story, a hot storyline without including unnecessary detai
Angela Goodrich
I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads.

A Way with You is a perfect example of why I don’t understand why some readers automatically eschew novellas, saying they’re too short. Hayes has crafted a novella that is jam packed full of story, steaming forward in such a way that its page count is irrelevant because the story is complete. You have lust that turns into affection that turns into more, giving Reeve and Leo a satisfying happy for now ending. Added to that ar
Stacey Jo
The book was provided by the author via IndiGo Marketing & Design in exchange for an honest review.

This book follows A Way with Words. This one features Reeve (Remy from the previous book's brother) and a new character, Leo.

Reeve moves to NY as a real estate agent. He has big ideas and plans to set the real estate industry on fire. He and his ex-girlfriend co-owned their own real estate business back home and he now has a position at one of the most prestigious real estate firms in NY. He's exc
Jan 14, 2018 rated it really liked it
A great little novella that delivers the chemistry and emotion

I happen to love novellas done well, but I know many readers are hesitant about them. While things have to happen fairly quickly in the shorter books, there are some authors who do them very well, and Miss Hayes is one of those authors. It never fails to amaze me how much emotion, character depth, and relationship development she can squeeze into a novella without it feeling rushed or lacking dimension. A Way with You was the second n
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Lane Hayes loves a good romance! She’s the bestselling author of the Out in College, Starting From, Better Than, A Kind Of, Right and Wrong, and Leaning Into Series! Lane loves red wine, chocolate and travel (in no particular order). All things she can find in sunny SoCal where she lives with her amazing husband in a not quite empty nest.

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