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... show more
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.
Publish date: 2015-07-06
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press LLC
Edition language: English
Series: Mangrove Stories (#3)
So I'm all about the short and sweet today. 'Sultry Sunset' is the third book in this series and like the first two. My original review still works for me and the audio book gets an extra star for the additional enjoyment added by Greg Tremblay's superb narration. 3 stars for the e-book, 4 stars ...
*** 3 stars ***Audio edition, narration Greg Tremblay1 hour 57 minutesOverall: 3Performance: 5Story: 2This one was a bit weird. The novella is nice, if you look at how it portrays Mangrove and it's citizens. The community is warm with friendly people. Looking at this as a romance between the suppos...
I am disappointed. I was looking forward to this. I've enjoyed the other books in the series. But with this one, I feel like I missed stuff. There was so much filler material on other characters, and hardly anything at all between the main characters til after the halfway point. And this book isn't ...
This was probably more like 2.5 stars, I rounded up because well...it's Mary Calmes and I adore her books...doesn't matter how good or not so good they might be. I love them and read them like the good little crack baby I am. Plus really it's Amy Lane's fault that I even fell into this one quite so ...
More and more beautiful people (who do not know how beautiful they are and some of them do not know they are gay) are hooking up in this small city. The end. It is funny how this story avoids even the tiniest outside conflict - they figured out they want each other, that's it. The narrator is supp...