Leaning Into the Look is here earlier than expected! Woohoo! Thank you, Amazon! I’m so excited to finally share Grant and Miles’s story. There’s nothing I love more than a tale about two very different people who begin a journey as polar opposites and eventually realize they have more in common than they imagined. And better yet, they’ve found the person who sees them the way no one else can and challenges them to be more than they thought possible. Miles is sassy and self-confident with a whole lot of fabulous and Grant is a good-looking guy with a great group of friends doing his best to please his traditional family. This is a humorous yet reflective story about finding and accepting the truth underneath “the look”. And yes, readers will have a chance to connect with the guys from the previous books in the series. However, if you haven’t read the others, don’t worry…all of my books can be read as standalones.
The official blog tour for the Leaning Into the Look will begin March 26 with a chance to win a $25 Amazon gift card. I’ll post the stops and dates as soon as I know them. And of course there will be giveaways at Lane’s Lovers. If you haven’t already joined my FB reader group, please do!
Here is the blurb from Leaning Into the Look:
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 red head 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.
Happy Reading! Lane xo
*I’ll be posting Part 4 of Better Than Wedding soon too. Between a new release and a kid home from college for spring break, things are a little crazy here. LOL Hopefully later today! (fingers crossed!)