Sleeping 'til Sunrise

  • by Mary Calmes
  • Narrated by Greg Tremblay
  • 2 hrs and 12 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Everyone in Mangrove, Florida, knows Fire Chief Essien Dodd is a saint. He took care of his ex-wife until she died, is raising his teenage daughter alone, and is the kind of man who pulls kittens from trees. All in all, the man's a catch. But Roark Hammond has sworn off getting involved with a man who's been hurt before because he can't guarantee he won't hurt his prospective love again. If only he could get Essien out of his mind long enough to focus on anyone, or anything, else.
Strong emotions are in play. Essien is lonely but determined to focus on Ivy; Ivy wants her father to have a new life so much that, to his horror, she's trying to find him a man; and Roark is so scared of the present and past, he won't allow himself to commit. To have any chance of sleeping 'til sunrise and greeting each new day together, Essien and Roark will have to rethink how they're living their lives and focus on what's most important.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Love this series, so much fun to listen to.

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes I would. While there was some heavy content, it was still fun and light hearted and narrated splendidly.

What other book might you compare Sleeping 'til Sunrise to and why?

Any other book in the Mangrove series, they are all short, sexy and so much fun!

Which character – as performed by Greg Tremblay – was your favorite?

Roark I think, I loved how hard he tried to fight the pull the Essien, and how Tremblay managed to put that strain into his voice.

If you could take any character from Sleeping 'til Sunrise out to dinner, who would it be and why?

Ivy! I think she'd be a blast!

Any additional comments?

Essien Dodd stood by his ex-wife when she fell ill with cancer, living up to his vows, even after the promise had been rendered null and void. He took the job as Fire Chief in Mangrove hoping to start a new life for himself and his daughter, away from the city and the reminders of the mother Ivy misses. Essien and Ivy quickly made friends and were brought into the "family" circle that is the warm, welcome and loving atmosphere of the small town. Es vowed to remain single and devote all his attention to his daughter until she goes off to college. There is one person in particular that is making that vow very hard to keep, town doctor Roark Hammond.

Roark has sworn off relationships as well, be for a far deeper reason. He's loved the towns gorgeous Fire Chief from afar for a while, but refuses to put anymore pain on the mans plate. Too bad that Ivy, Essien's fourteen year old daughter turned match maker for her lonely daddy, didn't get the memo.

Lord love a duck, the sexual tension between these two was palpable. The scene at the coffee shop, yow-za! I could feel the chemistry between these two through my ear buds, Tremblay truly brought these characters to life in my mind. I could completely understand why both men hesitated, they each had valid reasons. It doesn't take them long to realize that the heart wants, what the heart wants, and neither of them are strong enough to resist the pull. As usual, Tremblay does an amazing job at bringing the various characters to life while bringing all the voices he has given characters in the previous books over into this story.

While this story is a little heavier than the previous books in the series, there is still that light hearted air and slightly comical approach to the situation. I can't recommend this series, Author or Narrator enough.

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- Tams (TTC Books and more) "Avid reader, reviewer, blogger and budding author."

This combo can do no wrong!!!!!

Anything these two touch is gold. PURE GOLD. Magic!!! What a gift! Mary and Greg! Great shortie!!!! Recommended!
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- Chocalicious

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-26-2016
  • Publisher: Dreamspinner Press LLC