FROG by Mary Calmes
Frog by Mary Calmes
Erotic M/M Contemporary
Reviewed by Nannette
On his way toTexasto work as a ranch hand, Weber Yates stops inSan Franciscoto say one last good-bye to his ex-lover Cyrus Benning. Weber’s days of being a bull rider are over and now he thinks he’s worth even less than he thought he was. Cyrus regrets giving Weber an ultimatum the last time he saw him. He’s desperate to keep Weber by his side this time. Then help comes in the form of three little boys, and Cyrus prays it’s enough.
Weber doesn’t think much of himself, and he’s sure that Cy thinks even less of him, especially since he’s no longer a rodeo cowboy. Cy has tried unsuccessfully to let Weber know how much he means to him until his sister’s crisis shows everyone, including Weber himself, what kind of man he is. Weber and Cyrus are characters with heart and integrity. Cy’s desperate, needy pleas for Weber to stay are heartbreaking. His anguish is tangible. Weber is the rock they can all depend on. He’s like Mary Poppins with a cowboy hat. Frog is an emotional love story with many happy endings.