Sun, Surf and Sex on a Beach [NOOK Book]

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Sun, Surf, and a summer affair…she just might experience all three, if he can keep her alive long enough.

Sun, surf, and a summer affair are the three things on Michaela Jameson's list of things to do while on vacation in Sydney, Australia. For years now beakers, Bunsen burners and hypotheses have been Michaela Jameson's whole existence. But her latest experiment just might cost Michaela her life. Determined to keep their star project alive, ...

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Sun, Surf and Sex on a Beach

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Overview

Sun, Surf, and a summer affair…she just might experience all three, if he can keep her alive long enough.

Sun, surf, and a summer affair are the three things on Michaela Jameson's list of things to do while on vacation in Sydney, Australia. For years now beakers, Bunsen burners and hypotheses have been Michaela Jameson's whole existence. But her latest experiment just might cost Michaela her life. Determined to keep their star project alive, her employers hire Donovan Kelly to protect its most important asset, Michaela.

One look at Donovan and Michaela knows she's in trouble. With him guarding her twenty four seven she sees little chance of achieving her goals. One glance at what Michaela's hiding underneath her lab coat and Donovan knows he wants in. And judging by the heat between them, Donovan might just get his chance. That is if he can keep the sexy scientist alive long enough to cross everything off her to do list, wicked sex included.

Publisher's Note: This story was released as part of the Pleasure Bound Anthology by Totally Bound Publishing.



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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780857151612
  • Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/14/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 44
  • Sales rank: 1,317,524
  • File size: 344 KB

Meet the Author

Tuesday Morrigan began her love affair with romance at an early age. As a child she was always infatuated with the novels she snuck from her mother. Later, in high school, the public library became her sanctuary with an endless array of romance novels. Tuesday is still an avid reader of books. Thanks to shows like Buffy, Angel, and her latest infatuation, Supernatural, Tuesday prefers her stories to have a little more grit. Her favourite genres have always been fantasy, mystery, romance and erotica, so as a writer, she tries to blend the genres to create her own personal niche.
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“You were supposed to arrive over an hour ago.”

A smile spread over Michaela Jameson’s face at the familiar sound. Months passed since she heard that voice in the flesh. “Well, Cliff, it’s not my fault the plane took off an hour later than it should have.”

“I bet that cramped your careful plans,” he said with a smile as he wheeled the luggage cart forward.

She chuckled. The man knew her too well. Those familiar with Michaela understood that she lived her life according to a schedule. It was the only way she got anything done. Normally, there were so many things she had to accomplish in a single day, she found herself always checking her planner to make sure all was going according to schedule.

“So what did you do for that extra hour?”

Her smile widened as she followed him to the conveyer belt-distributing luggage. “You mean after I adjusted my schedule to fit the new timeline? I spent the remaining time going over my reading.”

“Getting ahead of schedule, huh?”

She shrugged. “It seemed like the most reasonable thing to do under the circumstances. Plus, they didn’t have any movies I wanted to watch.” She mumbled the last few words as she stifled a yawn.

Cliff glanced back at her just as she lowered her hand. “I booked you a red-eye for a reason,” he admonished.

Embarrassment flushed her system at his words. He’d been looking out for her when he scheduled the flight, but it was hard for her to change. Despite the night flight, she’d spent much of her time reviewing and reading the latest articles that touched on her specialty, bio-medical engineering. It was what she did normally. “I’m a workaholic. Sue me.”

Cliff steered the cart until they were right beside the luggage belt and turned to her. “I thought you were going to relax while here. Or wasn’t that the point of coming to Sydney two weeks before the convention?”

Cliff was her friend and mentor. He’d been her first boss, the head researcher in her section when she first joined Genetech almost a decade ago. She’d signed on with the company straight out of undergrad school and there were moments, like now, when he was more a father than a supervisor. The tone of his voice left her feeling thoroughly chastised. She groaned. “I just arrived. My vacation starts now.”

The rich sound of his laughter cut through the bustling air that cloaked the airport. She lifted her head sharply in surprise and stared at Cliff. He always seemed happy, but she’d never heard him laugh in such a manner. “Am I really that funny?” she said, slightly irritated by the notion that Cliff found her amusing.

“I love you, Michaela. I really do, but you’re something. Only you would think of starting a vacation after the flight.”

She ignored his statement and looked over the moving conveyor belt. A distinctive pattern caught her attention. “There, that’s one of mine.” She pointed out the luggage as she spoke. Her second piece followed quickly. Fifteen minutes later they managed to make their way out of the airport and towards a hired cab.

Just as she was about to enter the vehicle, Cliff called her name. “Have you considered the proposal?”

“Considered, yes. Have I made a decision? No.” Genetech had offered her a lead researcher position in Sydney. She’d be working directly beneath Cliff and the project was something she’d expressed interest in. Rumour had it that the company had built the new division with her in mind and it was hard to ignore such whisperings when everything fit her to a T. Everything but the location. “I haven’t ruled it out, Cliff. It’s just Australia is so far away from everything I know, family, friends, even hated colleagues. You at least have your family here with you.”



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