King of the BBQ by CB Potts

Torquere Press

M/M Contemporary

Reviewed by Ley



Entering the barbeque competition with his brother was supposed to be fun, but his brother’s uptight, worrisome personality makes it very difficult for Trey to enjoy the competition until he meets Mitchell.  Mitchell, also a competitor, helps Trey get his mind off the competition for a little while.  Can Mitchell be the fun Trey’s been looking for on the circuit or did Trey risk his brother’s dream for a one-night stand?

I thought King of he BBQ was good, but I was more concerned with Trey’s relationship with his brother than anything between him and Mitchell. Mitchell was nice and he and Trey had a great moment together that could possibly be the beginning of something good, but I didn’t feel that was the focus of the story.  All in all King of the BBQ was still a sweet and enjoyable story.


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