Leaning Into Love
Eric Schuster is a successful guy. He’s part owner of a highly successful tech firm, he has a supportive family and a great group of close friends. But something is missing. Or maybe he’s reacting to his business partner and ex’s wedding news. He knows his former lover is making a big mistake but he also knows it’s time to move on. And hopefully avoid falling for another friend.
Leaning Into Love is definitely an enjoyable read. It's shorter and less angsty than the typical Lane Hayes book but still embodies her wonderful talent for creating amazing characters. I loved both Eric and Zane and thought they were perfect for one another. I would really enjoy getting to see more of them in subsequent books.
I also have to say I'm anxious to see what's to come for their friends, especially Nick. He came off as a self-centered jerk a lot of the time but sometimes those characters make the best stories. He'll be able to redeem himself and hopefully provide lots of entertainment for us as we read about the one who will flip his world upside down. I just hope we get plenty of Zane and Eric at the same time.
Overall, I definitely recommend Learning Into Love. If you're a Lane Hayes fan then I'm sure you'll enjoy it. Short, easy and full of sexual tension. A great "friends to lovers" story.
***Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie by the author/publisher for my reading pleasure in hopes of an unbiased opinion, a review was not a requirement.***
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