I’m thrilled to announce that Leaning Into the Look, Book 6 in my Leaning Into Series will be here March 23! That’s just over four short weeks from today. Woohoo! While we’re waiting, we might as well enjoy the beautiful new cover by Reese Dante… Ta da!
Readers who are familiar with the other books in the series will remember Grant and Miles (If you haven’t read them, not to worry! All my books are standalones). They are an oddball couple for sure. Grant is a gorgeous real estate broker working for the family firm in San Francisco and Miles is one of Grant’s best friend’s secretary. They’ve known each other for years but Grant has done his best to keep his distance from the perky redhead. He likes him just fine but Miles is… a lot. But when they meet at a party after Miles’ recent breakup, things change overnight and suddenly Grant finds himself making a series of impulsive decisions to remain in Miles’s orbit. Sure, the guy is a wild card and maybe even a little crazy but there’s something about him that makes Grant long for more. *sigh…
The official cover reveal party is happening today on my FB reader page, Lane’s Lovers (exclusive excerpt) and at Diverse Reader ($10 Amazon gift card!). I’ll be sure to keep you updated with details as we get closer. I’m considering doing a pre-order with this title. Thoughts?
I’ll leave you with the blurb for Leaning Into the Look. Happy Reading! Lane xo
Grant Kostas made a career based on his looks before joining his family’s real estate firm. He may not love his job but he’s better at sales than he thought. And when he’s poised to bring in the biggest account of the company’s history, even his father is impressed. Unfortunately, the extra attention highlights Grant’s personal life. His parents accept that he’s gay. They just wish he’d meet a nice Greek man.
Miles Harrison is a fabulous redhead going through a rough patch. Between getting dumped by his long-term boyfriend and finding a new place to live in the city, he’s nearing his wits end. He’s not sure why he thought rooming with his boss’s friend was a good idea. Miles has had a crush on Grant for years. However, he knows attractive people aren’t always pretty on the inside. As the two men grapple with external problems, they form an unexpected bond of friendship and trust that feels like the real thing. The only way to know for certain is to let go of fear and lean into the look.