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REVIEW: “Perfect Day” by Josh Lanyon



Wyatt loves Graham. Graham is still in love with Jase. But things could be worse. They could be camping.


Perfect Day is the perfect short story. Review done.

…ok…just kidding.

Sometimes, I read Josh Lanyon books and I think “this is SO good but it just wasn’t enough!”. And then there are times when I read Josh Lanyon books and I think “this is SO good and it’s just right!”

Perfect Day is the latter. Don’t get me wrong…I would LOVE more of Wyatt and Graham’s story. But Lanyon wallops quite the punch in a short 28 pages as is.

Wyatt loves Graham. He tells him so in the heat of passion…while they’re camping. Problem is, Wyatt believes Graham will never love him back. His heart belongs to Jase. (there’s a backstory there to enjoy as well).

I won’t say more so as not to spoil even the nuggets in 28 pages…because there are many.

But I’ll just say that this story was lovely…romantic, hopeful, at times sad, at times heartbreaking, lovely, hard…all the emotions. And did I mention it’s only 28 pages? 28 perfect pages.

It will take you 30 minutes, tops, to read. Add on the 30 minutes after that you’re hugging your kindle just thankful for the story. And it will all be so worth it.



Ami – 4.5 stars
Jenni –  5 stars
Sara – 5 stars


14673024Title: Perfect Day 
Author: Josh Lanyon
Publisher: Just Joshin’
Pages: 28
Release Date: May 28, 2012
Purchase Links: Amazon, ARe

2 comments on “REVIEW: “Perfect Day” by Josh Lanyon

  1. helenajust
    March 19, 2015

    Good news! You *can* get more of Wyatt and Graham, because a sequel to Perfect Day (another short story) has just been published by Josh Lanyon. It’s called Wedding Favors, and it’s just as good.

    Liked by 1 person

    • susan
      March 19, 2015

      OMG…you just gave me the best news EVER! ha! Thanks for letting me know. I can’t tell you how big my smile is right now!!! :)

      Liked by 1 person

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