A Kind of Truth
Rand O’Malley dreams of superstardom. He hopes to one day sing the blues like a rock god. Moving to New York City and hiring a new manager are steps to make his dreams a reality. But nothing moves as fast as Rand would like, and everyone has opinions, for example that he should keep certain... show more
Rand O’Malley dreams of superstardom. He hopes to one day sing the blues like a rock god. Moving to New York City and hiring a new manager are steps to make his dreams a reality. But nothing moves as fast as Rand would like, and everyone has opinions, for example that he should keep certain pieces of himself quiet if he plans on making it in the Big Apple. Like his bisexuality.
Will Sanders is a gifted musician who dazzles Rand with his ability to coax gorgeous notes from an electric guitar one moment and play the piano like a professional the next. He’s a geek, but Rand isn’t concerned about Will’s pressed exterior clashing with his tattoos. His focus is music. Yet there’s something about Will that makes Rand think there’s much more to the quiet college student than he lets on. As Rand’s dreams begin to materialize, he’s forced to reconsider his priorities and find his own kind of truth. One that might include Will.
Publish date: 2016-01-08
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 245
Edition language: English
Series: A Kind of Stories (#1)
This should have been a 5 star read but any romance that has me so worried it makes me feel physically sick can't get 5 stars. I had to put the book down at various points because I simply couldn't carry on reading. Once Leah was out of the picture my sickness disappeared and I was able to finish th...
This was great!! I'm hooked on the seriesI liked Rand. He behaved a bit like a spoiled child sometimes but I can appreciate a person knowing that about himself. Will, he was a force of nature, sweet and very talented. I loved the couple together. "Music gives me wings, but Will shows me how to fly."...
A little too much drama for me. I hated Leah, she was a sly horrible women and I don't like that Rand just let her do as she liked because he wasn't into rocking the boat. Will's dilemma and family issues were kind of a downer. I did like that he didn't let it drag him down and decided to continue o...
"I'm not the same man I was when I first came to this city. Nothing is the same. I'm not cold anymore. I'm not lost. And when I'm worried I might lose my way, I've got someone in my corner who knows the way home." This book turned out to be just "ok" for me in the end. The romance between Rand a...
3.75 stars rounded upThis was good -- definitely better than the last three Lane Hayes's books that I read (they were all read last year, by the way). It was pretty straight-forward romance, I liked the main MC, Rand, of being bisexual, and didn't exactly follow some typical reactions of being a mus...