Audio Review: Lane Hayes – Better Than Friends by Lane Hayes

better than friendsAuthor: Lane Hayes
Reviewer: Barb
Publisher: DreamSpinner press
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN: N/A

Narrated: Tyler Stevens

Summary:
When Curt Townsend, a successful young DC lawyer, attends his first gay wedding, he doesn’t expect anything more than a great evening out spent celebrating two lucky guys willing to commit to each other. He certainly doesn’t anticipate meeting someone like Jack Farinelli. Fourteen years Curt’s senior, Jack owns two businesses: a gay bar and a motorcycle shop. He’s gorgeous and self-assured, but Curt is positive they … Continue reading

Tour with Contest: Lane Hayes – The Wrong Man

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We ask: Favorite kind of dog and why? 

My favorite kind of dog is a Labrador Retriever.  Yes, I’m prejudice.  I have a Lab I adore.  He’s a sweet, loyal, smart and oftentimes compassionate old guy. Mack, the thirteen-year old diabetic yellow Lab in The Wrong Man is basically my dog, Rex, with a couple exceptions.  Rex is a member of our family.  We aren’t over the top crazy owners who anthropomorphize our pet.  He’s a dog.  We get … Continue reading

Review: Lane Hayes – The Wrong Man (Right and Wrong #2)

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Reviewer: Victoria
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: MM Contemporary
ISBN: 9781632167828

Summary: Successful owner of an upscale boutique in fabulous West Hollywood, Brandon Good swears by his personal edict to “live in the present.” After a bad breakup, he agrees to dog-sit to keep his mind off his ex. Never did he expect the dog to belong to a man from his past, the only man to ever truly break his heart.

When Jake Westley relocates to join the WeHo fire department, the last thing … Continue reading

Cover reveal with contest: Lane Hayes – The Wrong Man

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Blurb: 

Successful owner of an upscale boutique in fabulous West Hollywood, Brandon Good swears by his personal edict to “live in the present.” After a bad break-up, he agrees to dog sit to keep his mind off his ex. Never did he expect the dog to belong a man from his past, the only man to ever truly break his heart.

When Jake Westley relocates to join the WeHo fire department, the last thing he anticipates is … Continue reading

Guest post with contest: Lane Hayes – The Right Words

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We ask: Do you think sports stars need to hide in the closet? Why/Why not?

 

The Right Words deals with this very question.  Unfortunately, I don’t think there really is a simple answer.  I’d love to see a time when a person’s sexuality is a non-event.  In a perfect world, everyone should be treated equally and given a fair shot based on talent and qualification.  And never on their sexual orientation.  So many things have to change to make this a reality, though it’s probably safe to say education … Continue reading

Lane Hayes – Better Than Chance

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Author: Lane Hayes
Reviewed by: Eladio
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13: 9781627984089

Summary: Jay Reynolds has a crush on his project leader at work, but an office romance with Peter Morgan isn’t likely to happen since Peter is straight. Worse, Jay soon fears Peter is homophobic, and his initial infatuation turns to loathing. But one fateful night, Jay is forced to acknowledge things aren’t quite as they seem with Peter. Suddenly, his crush is back and unbelievably, Peter is interested too.

They begin a friends with benefits … Continue reading

Lane Hayes – Better Than Good

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Author: Lane Hayes
Reviewed by: Susan65
Publisher: DreamSpinner Press
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13: 9781623806408
 

Summary:  

Matt Sullivan understands labels: law student, athlete, heterosexual. He has goals: graduate and begin his career in law. One fateful night, Matt tags along with his gay roommate to a dance club and everything changes. Matt finds himself attracted to the most beautiful man he’s ever seen. All labels go flying out the window.

Aaron Mendez doesn’t believe in labels, and he’s leery of straight curious men. He … Continue reading