Southern Comfort by Anah Crow and Dianne Fox

Torquere Press

Contemporary (M/M)

Reviewed by Sabella



Sully never gets calls from Denny at work, so when he calls Sully knows the news can’t be good.  Receiving the news that his mother is ill, it’s all Sully can do to get himself home to prepare for his trip. But Denny has stepped up to the plate and taken care of things for Sully.  Will Denny’s newfound confidence in himself and his relationship with Sully survive the contact with Sully’s family and home town?

Southern Comfort really shows the evolution of Denny’s maturity as he is the one taking care of Sully, instead of the other way around.  It is nice to see Denny grow up and “man up” to be what Sully needs during such a difficult time.  Buy yourself Southern Comfort for a nice romantic read.


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