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"Sharing a beach house on Fire Island seems like a killer way for best friends Zoe, Sage and Nick to spend summer together. But just as they're dreaming of sunset margaritas and late-night barbecues, the body of their house hostess washes up on the beach. Talk about a buzz kill! Now all Zoe can think about is why the "grieving" husband is planning parties rather than mourning his wife. Nick suddenly has secrets he can't tell a soul. And Sage is trying to score booty as if it's her last summer on earth, which it just might be. Because despite the ocean views and endless parties, Zoe, Sage and Nick have stopped wondering if the good times will last and started wondering if they will.
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|Title of Romance eBook: Killer Summer|
|Release Date: 08-15-2012|
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|Publisher: Red Dress Ink|
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How I would have spent my summer vacation
There's nothing worse than being alone on the ferry to Fire Island on a Saturday night. Okay, there is something worse. Being on the ferry to Fire Island with two bags too many when you're really only going to get one day of beach time.If I even got that, I thought, looking out the window at the dark, overcast sky.
I wasn't even sure why I had bothered,though I did have some niggling thought that it had a lot to do with the three voice-mail messages I had received from my best friend, Sage.
"At least come out on Saturday morning," was the first. This in response to my message,declaring that I wouldn't be done with work until late Friday night. A rather pathetic declaration on my part, considering the financial compensation I was receiving for this particular job.I'm a documentary filmmaker — an award-winning documentary filmmaker, I might add. But before you get too impressed with me,note that the award was received four years ago for a piece on the homeless and that my current film was a digital short for dogsnatchers.com,paid for by a sixty-four-year-old widow who'd had her King Charles spaniel snatched in Washington Square Park. Not the kind of thing PBS will be airing any time soon. Still, it was a job, and since I hadn't had a job in about three months, I wasn't about to argue for beach time with the one person I had come across of late who was willing to bankroll me.
"You're not done yet?"was the second message from Sage.Sage is a sales rep for Edge Leather,which means she has the good fortune of being able to do a job she loves between the hours of 9:00 a.m.and 5:00 p.m.In fact,when I missed our last two...