Life’s events want always come with choices. Jenny 25, is determine to keep the family home and lighthouse. She remembers the good events, but the unfortunate events. She remembers the most as she dealt with the death of her mother at fourteen. She gained strength to move forward. However, a failed relationship two years ago, shamed her. She promised herself to never enter into a relationship with a younger or older man or any man until Michael Scott becomes her next event.
Michael Scott 40, a true Coast Guard, but he conceals his off duty playboy lifestyle. He inherited money from the death of his parents, but money didn’t stop him. He enjoyed his advantage with wealthy women as they paid the price for his passion. His own shame until a year ago. He took on a mission and lost a little girl’s mother in a violent ocean storm. His shame and sorrow changed his lifestyle as he takes on a new mission. He is to restore a lighthouse in accordance to the rule and regulations or shut it down. He hopes this time away from the ocean’s storms will give him time to forgive himself. He wants a new life, and family. However, at his age that's a dream until Jenny becomes his next mission.
Michael’s arrival builds tension. Jenny is attracted to Michael, but his demanding sergeant ways and intelligent words, overwhelms her. She controls her emotions for she knows, he is a stallion waiting for his rider, and she is not the one. Besides, he is an older man. However, she finds him nude, tanning in her lounge-chair. She dares not tell him, she is attractive to him. She over hears a conversation with his girlfriend. Jenny is in love with Michael as she teases him with intentions for desires, but fails.
However, Michael likes Jenny’s opinions, but she is hardheaded with a heart to love, but too young. Together they repair the lighthouse. And Michael is all business, but he does tease her with a wink or two. He dares not tell her, he is attractive to her. Besides, he is too old and he has shame.
Everyday, different emotions for both as they disagree, cry, laugh, with embarrassing moments as passion flares.
Michael asked Jenny to hold onto his girlfriends engagement ring as a hurricane moves in. Now, Michael’s mission is to rescue a boy.
Life events changes again as Jenny doesn’t have time to tell Micheal. She is the right girl for him and she loves him as she holds the engagement ring for another woman.
Jenny listens to the broadcast coming from the helicopter. Michael saves the boy. However, the helicopter is low on fuel and Michael is left behind. Everyone fears he is dead as the mission is aborted
“Will Michael return and who will receive the engagement ring?”
Who will Michael embraced in the “Mist of Passion?”
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About the Author
I’m the tenth generation from the Blue Ridge Mountains. And to understand my passion to write, you need to know my history. My mother moved with her sister to the Atlanta area to help her with her four boys as her sister worked in the cotton mill. Mother was only 11 as she met my father and married at 12. I was the second child born and every other weekend we travel right back to the mountains. “We couldn't stay away for its in our blood.” And every summer all the grandchildren helped grandma and grandpa for months. My childhood and teenage years were about family, and at night, everyone came to eat, pick and sing. Everyone, knew who made moonshine in the family, but they called themselves lumberjacks, transporting trees down the river. “We all knew the rules.” Mountain children never fooled anyone for we entertained ourselves. Having a little fun, locking the neighbor down in the hollow in his outhouse, finding a rat in the well-water bucket or taking grandma’s mason jar that she filled with milk, right out of the creek. “Cold and good!” We climbed trees higher then the sky. We even climbed a plum tree with branches that hanged over the hog pen. Yes, we fell right into the hog pen. Oh, yeah, grandma knew we would try to reach for her plums. “Never a dull day!” I began telling stories at an early age. Listening around the corners for gossip or truth, adding romance or mystery. My family said, I was a little strange, but mountain people have different ways and the stories grew. “Truth or lies?” Romance was everywhere, barns, fields, even in the outhouse. Yes, love was deep and forever for passion always tells a story. And a visit to the ocean opened my range for I seen love everywhere— “My heart is to write as real to life fiction stories of romance passion.” A romance is not always happy. Life and passion comes with sadness, laughter, surprises, failed relationships, and a true romance for life. You will need soft tissue near by or a cup of hot tea to stay awake for you will enjoy the next surprise with laughter. I often think of my great-great uncle as the story was told. He sat by his wife of 85 years until she passed. He never stop crying as he walked far up a mountain and sat down in the place, she and him enjoyed. He looked out at the mountains as he took his rifle and shot himself, only to find him years later. “Their passion lived on through me and now you.” What I want to give my romance fans-- “A romance story that touches their hearts and a story to recall.” Summer Hill