Seashores of Old Mexico

Title: Seashores of Old Mexico
Author: BA Tortuga
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Release Date: April 10, 2017
Genre(s): Erotic Romance
Page Count: 55 pages
Reviewed by: Natosha
Heat Level: 4 flames out of 5
Rating: 3 stars out of 5

After a bar fight gone horribly wrong, Clint is on the run, tired, hungry, and desperate to get out of Texas and across the border as fast as he can. But more than anything, he needs a place to relax and feel safe—at least for a little while. Searching for work, he stumbles into a cantina on the beach and runs into its owner. Jack might be a little older and a little worldlier, but the two men have enough in common to form a fast friendship that soon spills over into the bedroom.

But Clint isn’t the only who’s done things he isn’t proud of, things he’d rather keep hidden. Both of them have to be ready to drop everything and run if the past gets too close, and that’s no foundation for a relationship—especially since the truth always comes out eventually.

2nd Edition. First Edition published by Torquere Press, 2007.

This is a book best described as two men that are running from their past who end up finding one another and so much more.

Clint is on the run for something that happened and left him hiding from the police and leaving every thing he has ever known behind. With little to no money left, Clint stumbles into a tavern in Mexico hoping to have enough money to be able to get at least one beer and he ends up finding so much more when he meets Jack.

Jack knows the look that Clint has because he has had the same kind of look. He knows “the kid” is some kind of trouble but refuses to push on what it is because he knows how he would have reacted. Instead he offers Clint a place to stay and work to earn some money.

Little did Jack expect to being so attracted to Clint but he more he gets to know him the more he wants him and it seems to be the same for Clint also.

The thing about trouble is that it never stays in the past and just when Jack and Clint start to really build something between them the trouble from Clint’s past walks into the bar looking for him.

Can Clint and Jack overcome the issues of their pasts? Or will what they started to build be just a distant memory when Clint runs again?

This was a decent short story about two men having a bad thing in their pasts that follows them. It is about facing what bad things have happened in order to be able to find a future. The chemistry between these two men is off the charts. BA Torgua did a good job on this book.

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Galley copy of Seashores of Old Mexico provided by Dreamspinner Press in exchange of an honest review.


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