Sultry Sunset by Mary Calmes


Title: Sultry Sunset
Author: Mary Calmes
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages: 62
Sub Genre: M/M Contemporary, Series
Kisses: 4






Blurb:

Mangrove Stories

Hutch Crowley is well-liked in the small resort town of Mangrove—he’s got friends in his new neighbors, he’s the owner of the town grocery, and he’s building a community center—but he’s still unlucky at love. Every man he’s attracted to is either taken or simply not interested, including his best friend, Mike Rojas.

When Mike came to Mangrove two years ago, Hutch gave him a job and a place to stay in his guesthouse, where Mike has remained ever since. Despite the rumors circulating about them, Hutch knows Mike is straight and looking for the right woman. But his friends disagree, and after some hints to the contrary, even Hutch finally has to admit that maybe the rest of the town sees something he’s been missing. If Hutch wants to spend each sultry sunset with the man of his dreams, it might be time to figure out what’s going on with his best friend’s heart.

Review:

Mary Calmes has a way with words and she has delivered another story that is an absolute delight.

Sultry Sunset is part of the Mangrove series and can be read as a stand alone…but why would you want to do that? These stories have the most quirky, interesting characters! You will definitely miss out if you skip the other books in this series because all of them bring something special to the series itself. I totally enjoyed watching the journey of these two men.

Hutch has tried to find love with the men who were meant for someone else. He continues to make wrong choices and it was very apparent to me as to why Mike was meant just for him.

This is their story and can’t be missed.

I also loved catching up with previous characters, but the new characters have me rubbing my hands together knowing their story will be told soon!

I recommend this book, and hope you add Mary Calmes to your library you won’t be disappointed!!

Reviewed by :Cheryl

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