Beach Houseby John Simpson
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Keith Montgomery never thought he’d be so weary at twenty-eight, mourning the deaths of his lover and mother. Deciding he needs a break, he rents a house at Reeds Beach on Delaware Bay. The house and beach are beautiful, and Keith’s good luck holds: when he takes the plunge and buys a pair of Speedos, he attracts a hot young sales clerk and ends a long dry spell.
Something’s missing until Sam, his Scottie dog, introduces Keith to Jeff, who is tall and well-built with blond hair still in the crew cut he wore in Afghanistan. Intrigued rather than put off by Jeff’s mood swings, Keith befriends the recently returned soldier and they build the tentative beginnings of a relationship... until a surprise visitor from Jeff’s past threatens to bring a bright future crashing down.
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Warm love story with hot man sex
Im sorry to say that this was one of the worst books I've read from this genre. The dialogue was stilted, the characters were cookie cutter at best, and the history of Jeff was completely unrealistic. Very disappointed.
this guy can really write. This is another good story and must be read more than once
First let me say I have extreme respect for anyone who writes and finishes a book. I was hoping to enjoy this book. I love any with military characters - except this one . The dialogue was extemely unatural. Ive never heard men speak so much during their portion of the dialogue unless they're nervous and I don't think that was the case with every character. And when someone just left the military they would not share their entire history-ex. Rank, length of time in and espesially the fact they were special forces-with someone they met 1minute earlier, regardless of how hot they think that person is. There were other problrms with the writing, but this was the most bothersome to me. Never written a poor review before and its not meant to be hurtful. Just trying to give the author some insight that may be helpful in future writings. The story idea was great, just needed help with the way it was presented.