Cheryl Reviews: Easy Evenings by Mary Calmes

Title: Easy Evenings
Author: Mary Calmes
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages: 77
Genre: Contemporary Romance, Series
Kisses: 4.5


Mangrove Stories

Lazlo Maguire doesn’t do relationships—he does transactions. Six months of the year, he’s an expensive rent boy in Manhattan, and he moves so fast that settling down could not, would not, ever enter his mind… except for once. Britton Lassiter he meets man to man, not as hustler and mark, and it’s too good to be true when the lawyer wants to keep Lazlo even if he has to share him with the job.

But Lazlo has his reasons to walk away from the man he’s grown to love. The other six months of the year, he is laid-back Laz, a shopkeeper in the sleepy coastal town of Mangrove, Florida, where the artist he never allows himself to be in the Big Apple shines through. He lives for his time by the ocean, the place he hides his secrets and nurses his broken heart.

Then fate intervenes, and Laz gets the surprise of his life when he spies Britton in Mangrove—but it’s not meant to be… not until Britton sees the change in him and wants to be a part of Laz’s new life so that every evening can be easy… together. Hopefully the secrets that tore them apart won’t come back to haunt them.


I loved Easy Evenings from the first page to the last one. Laz and Britton are just made for each other and it was so much fun reading their story.

Once Britton understands the real reason Laz walked away from him and broke his heart he will not stop until he has Laz back in his life, and that Laz comes with a unexpected surprise is just the icing on the cake.

I love this series and each couple holds a place in my heart. It is so much fun to see them all interacting with each other in each book of the Mangrove series. It is so easy to get wrapped up into these characters lives and I’ve enjoyed watching all of the characters in the series mend their lives together as the series progresses.

I highly recommend this book and all of the other books in the series. Though you could read it as a stand alone, but why would you want to? Each book you will hold near and dear to your heart and I think you will read and re-read them as often as I do.

Reviewed by: Cheryl

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