Blurb “Summer Sizzle”
Craig and Seth are both on holidays at Two Waters beach. The lust between them is instant and fiercely hot. Sex at the beach, in the woods, in the sauna… When they take a break from having sex they discover they have many interests in common and begin to build a relationship outside the bedroom.
Their romance is interrupted when Seth is called back to the school where he teaches, for a staff meeting about an unexpected school consolidation. Seth is shattered when he and most of his colleagues find themselves suddenly unemployed. His well-ordered life has come to a crashing halt, along with his vacation—and perhaps his romance.
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“Two Waters” Beach is very close to my heart. Anyone who has read my Torquere birthstone books, “Aquamarine: Courage and Comfort”, and “Emerald: Protecting You”, will notice that “Rocky Point” Beach is quite similar to “Two Waters”, excerpt that the lake side isn’t mentioned.
The beach is real. The sand bar is real. And yes, what is written about it has definitely happened! The rocky promontory and cliffs are all real.
The beach has been the scene of some absolutely awesome vacations. It’s no wonder at all that people like Edmund (“Aquamarine”) and Seth (“Summer Sizzle”) absolutely insisted on going there for their vacation too.
The beach is a mile-long stretch of pristine sand. The ocean is shallow at low tide to the sandbar, a couple hundred yards offshore, then very deep the other side of it. At high tide it’s a challenging swim out the sandbar, and even then a short person would still need to remain standing on it. But at low tide, ah, at low tide or mid-tide the sandbar invites all sorts of wicked thoughts. And actions.