Well the gist of this story is basically Tony trying to gather up some courage to finally tell his meddling family that he is gay. That’s it.
The trigger for this is because Tony meets a sexy guitar player, Remy, who turns his feeling upside down. The attraction is believable, Tony is cute when he is around Remy, though I’m not sure I can describe that Tony has a way with words during the early courtship *laugh*. The family members are chartering into irritating territory with the whole talks about “settling down with the right girl” but since this is a novella I could push down my annoyance level a little bit.
I highly appreciated the fact that Remy didn’t push Tony to come out to this family. It’s easy for us to tell people to be yourself and be brave, and just come out. However, for me, it’s a personal thing, and nobody should be pushed by others if they’re not ready to do so. So that’s a kudos for Remy.
The epilogue makes me smile. All in all, a nice easy read.
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Title: A Way With Words
Author: Lane Hayes
Genre: MM Contemporary Novella
Length: 24.000 words
Purchase Link: Amazon
Release Date: June 22th, 2017