-Heartland Boating Magazine
2008 was a humdinger, economically, politically, and emotionally. People who live on boats at Sunset Marina didn't escape the turmoil of the stock market taking a dive, $5 a gallon fuel at marina pumps, and a black American becoming President. Love at Sunset is a contemporary romance that continues the lives of liveaboards on Lake Guntersville in northern Alabama during this volatile time.
Genuine liveaboards are people who own no land-based property. At Sunset Marina, they are homogeneous in feeling aff ection for their own boats; in their appreciation for the unspoiled beauty of Lake Guntersville, which is set in the foothills of the Appalachians; and in their quest for true love. Otherwise, they are a diverse bunch that relish their individuality, maybe even flaunt it.
About that quest for true love, even amid all the brouhaha of everyday life, it is something they can't resist. Well, who can? Considering that their lifestyle is unusual to begin with, you might expect their endeavors in this arena to be a bit unusual too. You wouldn't be wrong.