One of my favorite summer memories was going to Daytona Beach with my good friend. We were twenty-one and had a blast. Our escapades included going on a gambling cruise (lost a lot of money), bar hopping and dancing the night away, renting four-wheelers and riding down the beach, sunbathing, and parasailing (well, okay to be honest she did the parasailing and I sat in the boat with the hot guys!) It was the best five days of my life!
My newest release is called At Sunset. It’s a fun and sexy short story about two friends taking their first trip together. Kimberly, my heroine, just had her heart broken and Amber is convinced that she needs to have a fling before she can move on.
The first day at the beach Kim notices a very hot lifeguard. Amber can’t seem to convince her that he seems interested in her. No matter how hard Amber pushes Kim won’t entertain the idea of meeting him.
The following day after the girls have their fill of lying in the sun they decide to go for a swim. A mishap in the water brings Kim and the hot lifeguard face to face and sparks fly!
When I was writing At Sunset, it was hard not to think of my beach vacation. In my case no vacation fling happened; maybe this story was what I wished happened. I think everyone fantasies about being swept away by a hunky lifeguard!
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Two women, Myrtle Beach, sexy lifeguards—what more could a girl ask for?
Kimberly doesn't believe she could attract the handsome lifeguard sitting on the stand keeping a keen eye on the beach patrons. Muscular, lean and sexy, surely he's not looking at her, but when a beach accident brings them eye-to-eye, she finds herself lost in his gaze.
Daniel works everyday watching the beach-goers, keeping an eagle eye out for problems along the white sandy shores. Sexy women capture his attention on a daily basis, but no one grabs him like Kimberly. Gorgeous and curvy in all the right places, he can't seem to keep his mind on the business at hand as she tans herself in the hot summer sun.
Can the pain of past relationships be overcome for two strangers to find love at Sunset?