Review: A Kind of Home (A Kind of Stories #4) by Lane Hayes

Isaac Dalton is the guitarist for Spiral, arguably the biggest rock band in the world. The band’s meteoric rise to superstardom has its perks, but fame and fortune aren’t all they’re cracked up to be. Nonstop touring and performing exhaust him, and when an overzealous fan makes it imperative that Isaac travel with a clingy bodyguard, he is ready for a break from the madness. More so when his newly single first crush shows up on his doorstep. The man is strictly off-limits. He’s a memory from a place Isaac would rather leave behind. And he’s straight.

Fun-loving former athlete slash construction worker Adam McBride desperately needs a new beginning. And New York City is the perfect place to start over and think about how to rebuild his life. A short stint as roommates with his brother’s best friend from high school seems like a mutually beneficial arrangement. However, when friendship gives way to fierce attraction, both men find themselves in unchartered and possibly dangerous territory. Isaac has to decide if he’s willing to take the ultimate risk for a kind of love and a kind of home he never dreamed possible.

Once again another fantastic addition to this series! This book was definitely the fluffiest of the series. We had a nice slow friends-to-lovers with some looovveerrrllly sexual tension thrown in, a good solid relationship once they were together without denying or hiding from feelings. And yes it was a teeny tiny bit slow at times, hence the 4 hearts.

So this book follows our lead guitarist of Spiral, Isaac. He is a surprisingly serious man who is stressed with the rock star lifestyle and has a significant lack of family and friends to support him, other than his bandmates.

Luckily for him his high school best friend’s older brother and ex crush crashes at his house and Adam is just adorable! Also Adam literally looks like Superman. Yummy!

Adam was the light of this book. He is such a happy relaxed man and I adored him. He's just gotten divorced and has had to reevaluate how he wants to live his life, which he has and is taking life by the balls! He's loving it and it's just was Isaac needs. Like I said it was a little slow to get started, but these two were super cute!

I actually liked the stalker plot, it wasn't overdone and didn't overturn the romance. The end climax was pretty good too. Adam was fantastic as always!

I don't think there is anymore planned for this series, and if that's the case then this was a good place to end. On a nice fluffy note. Will definitely reread this series over and over!

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