Monday’s With You

  • Monday’s With You
    • Book-Review, Comedy, Gay, Romance / By Barb / No Comments / 1,253 Viewers

    Book Review Express 5 Star Review Corner brings you
    “Monday’s With You” book 2 from K.J. Lewis’s new Series Sunday Love. (review below)



    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. Making a life for himself teaching in New York City, 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.

    Review By Barbara:

    This series just gets better and better. This group of fun loving, trash talking crazies who work together and have each other’s backs are an absolute joy to be around. The books are so well written that while reading this series that is exactly how the author makes you feel – like you are right there and a part of the team.

    Monday’s with You is Blake’s story. He had had a very rough life as a kid and keeps a lot bottled up since he left the Delta6 and became a part of Elise’s team. His one solace as a kid was his best friend West. A guy he hasn’t seen in 10 years until West walks into the bar his team is meeting at.

    West is a school teacher who has finally turn his life into something good since the devastating loss of his best friend 10 years ago not to mention the only guy he has ever loved with all his being. So you can just imagine his shock when he shows up for a meeting and he see’s Blake. From this point the book takes off on a roller coaster of emotions and heartfelt times as these two inseparable best friends as youngsters are reconnected.

    The storyline is not only another thrilling case for the team to solve/fix it a story of love, loss and finding oneself’s home or center. The characters will have you laughing, sighing and hurting right along with them as they go walk the gambit of learning to accept another as well as their own personal feelings. This is a truly phenomenal story that will leave you breathless and shaken to the core as Blake and West figure out just what true love, home and happiness is all about and that no matter what path you’ve walked everyone deserves happiness and there is always hope and love along the way. It’s not always easy but it’s always worth the trip. 2 Thumbs Up for the absolutely wonderful book/series that I highly recommend grabbing – you won’t be sorry!

    Meet the Author

    K.J. Lewis:
    Kj Lewis is author of Taylor Made and Taylored to Perfection, long with Sunday Love (book 1 in the series). When not writing, you can find her reading at the beach, exploring New York City or enjoying Memphis with her family and friends. You can stalk Ms. Lewis on:


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    About thr author : Barb

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