Blue Days

Blue Days

by Mary Calmes

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ISBN-13: 9781632163578
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Publication date: 11/05/2014
Series: Mangrove Stories , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 98
Sales rank: 319,870
File size: 1 MB

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Blue Days 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a cute story, but the length of her books get shorter with each one. This should have been more @ 1.99. What happened to the 3 to 4 hundred page books?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Her books are always on my must read list, and should be on yours too.
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AGoodell More than 1 year ago
This Novella, 67 pages, is about Dwyer Knolls, an acquisitions project manager that believes he’s about to be fired with just about everyone else from the company. We start off with Dwyer in fact not being let go but giving a new title and new team. He’s new team partner, Masai Makoto (Mak) just coming over with another team leader, Hiroyuki Takeo.  And together with some other characters over the next three years re-build and redevelop. All the while Mak and Dwyer develop an outwardly friendly kinship. While Dwyer and Takeo and more cautious, inwardly one.  Ok, so my first impression of Mak, was he’s a jerk. Very brass, but as the book developed I liked him ok. Dwyer has an attraction to Takeo, but for 3 yrs they become friends, best of friends. But do not act on what we can only tell is a one sided attraction. Then all the sudden, Dwyer has to go on a business trip and Takeo must go with him. Takeo shows up drunk for the plane ride and proceeds to tell a dark secret that makes Dwyer fall in love w/him? (But I thought that ship had sailed?) And then starts flirting with Dwyer. They get to the bed and breakfast and all bets are off. Two major life changing events happen and the book ends? The one thing I love about this authors books and that she, ties other characters into the story, so even if you didn’t get the first reference, which I didn’t. It slaps you in the face during the Epilogue.  This clearly is a start to another series. One I will enjoy reading. I was given this for an honest review by Crystals many review