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High-school teacher West Connors struggled to put the pieces of his heart back together after the sudden departure of his best friend, Blake Thomas, from his life ten years ago. While loves have come and gone, West has never quite filled the hole in his heart Blake left behind.
Blake Thomas gets things done. As a handler for one of the top political fixers in the business, he focuses on work, friends, and one-night stands. He's fooled himself into thinking he's conquered the demons of his past until he runs into the best friend he was forced to leave behind when he was sixteen.
When their jobs force them into a fake relationship, Blake learns something about his childhood best friend and eventually about himself.
As they try to repair their damaged friendship, they find that moving forward can sometimes lead you back home.
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KJ is a novelist, hot tamale-addict, and an abolisher of grammar. When not writing, you can find her reading at the beach, exploring New York City, or hanging out in her hometown of Memphis, TN. She started hitting Amazon's top 100 lists with her first novel, Taylor Made, in 2016. She is currently working on the next installment in the Sunday Love Series.
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Mondays with You is the latest book by KJ Lewis in her Sunday Love Series. This is book 2 in the series. Book one, Sunday Love, was Elise and Reid's book and I completely and totally loved it!!! Book two, Mondays with You is an m/m romance; West and Blake's book and can be read as a standalone book.
This is a story about two people who are in love ; it’s a love that is so deep and all encompassing . This story shows you how deep that it goes; it also shows you how far the hurt goes when that heart looks to breaks when the love seems to suddenly stop. But not everything is what it seems. This book shows you not to put labels on anything or anyone and definitely not to stop true love because really, would you want to stop true love? This story shows 2 best friends that were torn apart as teenagers and how they came to be brought together again years later.
This was a beautiful story told by KJ Lewis , and it shows that no matter the time or distance, true love never dies. This story also shows that love isn’t defined by race, or sexual orientation. I truly enjoyed this story and the characters-main and supporting. I look forward to book in the Sunday Love series.
My Rating: 4.5 stars *****
"I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book in exchange for an honest review***