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Saturday, November 4, 2017

Sultry Sunset (Mangrove Stories, #3) [Hutch & Mike] by Mary Calmes

I'm loving this series! These are such comfort reads! Again with the friends to lovers. I admit I love this turf. It's one of my favorites. It's the best kind of love if you ask me. Someone you first consider your best friend before the next (sexual) step is made. it's the same here with Hutch and Mike though what is different is Mike suppose to be straight.. 

We've met Hutch Crowley in the previous installments. It's fun getting to know the people in this town and see them find their HEA and after having a revisit in the next installment. It makes sense reading these in order but truthfully they all can be read as stand-alones. Hutch runs the grocery store in the small town of Mangrove and building a recreational center. It's easy for him to focus on the new project now that he trusts his best friend Mike to run the grocery store. 



Mike Rojas has been in town for the past year. After his wife died he spend two whole years finding himself until he settled in Mangrove. It helped that Hutch offered him a place to stay and a job. After Mike tells Hutch his life's story they also became good friends and after a year together Mike is so much better he is starting to date again, but Mike shouldn't be looking so far away from home.. 

We only get Hutch's POV but it's obvious how much Mike cares about him from everything he does. They are the sweetest together. I loved the way they came together. I also loved the way Mike's wife reasoning was it's all about finding a person that loves you, it doesn't matter if it's a man or a woman. 

There's a little bit more to this one than just their story which was fun, mostly getting to know the hot fireman and his teenage daughter which was one of the hints to the MCs in the two last installments in the series. Can't wait to start reading them. 

Rating:
E-Book
Edition
84
pages
Read on:
4 Nov 2017
      

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