Bittersweet by Maura Anderson

Aspen Mountain Press

M/M Contemporary

ISBN:  978-1-60168-234-5

Reviewed by Cassie



After a very unhappy experience being the ďwalk on the wild sideĒ for a guy, Brandon Williams throws himself into his work as an erotic chocolatier.  Heís determined not to make the same mistake again.  Then he meets David Sterling, the man of honor for a wedding he is making candy for.

David is instantly attracted to the sexy candy maker, but the man is standoffish toward him.  Davidís best friend Chris, the bride, isnít having any of that.  Sheís determined to get the two together.  What will win outóBrandís fears or Chris and Davidís hopes?

Bittersweet is a cute, quick read.  Brand and David are both likeable characters, despite Brandís tendency to judge people by their appearances.  Pushy bride Chris, and Brandís friend and employee, Shirlee, were fun secondary characters whose meddling and advice helped the men as they fumbled their way forward.  The resolution is quick and pretty simple, but enjoyable nonetheless.  If youíre looking for a fast, fun read with an ending as sweet as Brandonís chocolate, Bittersweet is a good choice. 


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