Washed Up [NOOK Book]

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When she saves her dream guy at the beach, he wants something more…

Molly saves a guy washed up on the beach, and discovers he’s the heartthrob from her youth—actor Michael Sullivan. The press makes it look like a blossoming summer romance and Michael wants Molly to play along. Do happy endings only happen in the movies?


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Overview

When she saves her dream guy at the beach, he wants something more…

Molly saves a guy washed up on the beach, and discovers he’s the heartthrob from her youth—actor Michael Sullivan. The press makes it look like a blossoming summer romance and Michael wants Molly to play along. Do happy endings only happen in the movies?


This is one of the stories from Beach Flirts! 5 Romantic Short Stories (Volume 2 of the Flirts! Collection.) Beach Flirts contains five sweet, funny, romantic stories, each 9,000-12,000 words long (or 36-48 typical book pages.) A loose tie connects the stories, and wraps up in a perfect, happy ending. Check out the other Flirts! collections: Flirts!, Holiday Flirts!, Fairy Tale Flirts!, Wedding Flirts, and More Flirts! and Reunion Flirts! Look for another Flirts! collection in summer 2013. And don't miss her Willowdale Romance Series.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012990631
  • Publisher: Lisa Macdonough
  • Publication date: 8/18/2011
  • Series: Beach Flirts! 5 Romantic Short Stories , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 924,572
  • File size: 186 KB

Meet the Author

Lisa Scott is a former TV news anchor who now enjoys making up stories instead of sticking to the facts.

When not begging her husband and two kids for a few minutes of peace to write her stories, she works as a voice actor and putters around in her koi pond and garden in upstate NY.
Go to ReadLisaScott.com to learn more about works in progress and the inspiration for her stories. Like "Read Lisa Scott" on Facebook. Go to ReadLisaScott.com and sign up for her newsletter to be notified about new releases.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 8, 2014

    Washed Up Hero. WASHED UP (short story #4 from Beach Flirts!) b

    Washed Up Hero.

    WASHED UP (short story #4 from Beach Flirts!) by Lisa Scott is included in the collection of 5 shorts that are loosely connected by theme, location, and by fun events/ ideas/ circumstances that pop up throughout the stories. I enjoyed the first 3 more than this one....I believe partly due to more 'telling' and less 'showing' me who the characters are and why they come to care about each other. The real dating between characters happens in about 1 paragraph where it's all explained away... but that flaw aside, the Short has redeeming qualities: our hero, a washed up movie star, is willing to give up to big vices, just for a chance to be with Molly, who appears to be the one woman capable of making him want to be a better man.

    Sensuality Level: PG
    Language PG-13

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  • Posted August 27, 2013

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    Washed Up Story 4 from Beach Flirts! Michael Sullivan was washed

    Washed Up
    Story 4 from Beach Flirts!
    Michael Sullivan was washed up as an actor and his life was on a downhill roll. Then he met Molly Andrews in a rather unconventional way. The press assumed the two were dating and his agent said it would restart his career so a deal was made. He had a pretend girlfriend for the next few weeks. No problem. Wrong. Life is never that easy.

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