Teleoperator Clarity Nice and her friend ethnographer Flower Parkwood, reach the picturesque village of Miradorcito in the state of Campeche in Mexico. Brought to Campeche in a colorful guagua after a brief vacation in Cancun following the exposure of alcohol traffic in the British Virgin Islands (The Sugar Baby), Clarity works alongside Flower in an archaeological site to make some pocket money, using Flower's 'permiso de arqueologia', an observation and archaeological dig permit granted by Flower's boss, Egyptian egyptologist Akhris Zephairi. Zephairi's Alabastriah Foundation, funded by the Museum of Cairo, and its partner, a shady real estate developement company from Belize, Mangrove Barrier Resorts, are looking for new areas to dig in Miradorcito, and are out to invest a pile of cash.
In agreement with Zephairi, the man behind the strategy to throw out of the village all the inhabitants of Miradorcito, the head of the real estate company, his accomplice Lever Fahibian, makes an offer to the elderly head of the village, Ms. Morales, to buy the land of her ancestors, in order to let Zephairi seek an obscure assortment of Mayan ruins buried under Miradorcito for centuries. Using a local authorization from the governor of Campeche, which grants Zephairi a permit to dig under Miradorcito, the egyptologist razes part of the village, insisting on building on the village site a gambling resort similar to those found in Belize. Backed by Zephairi, Fahibian uses the permit granted to build a Mayan historical village along the gambling resort, that will bring new tourist business to the area. Ms Morales can count on no one except Clarity and a toucan which has been passed on by her ancestors, to save the village from the jaws of Zephairi, who wants ownership of Miradorcito's land as a source of revenue for the Museum of Cairo, and has agreed with local politicians to get the traditional Mexican village relocated to Egypt.
About the Author
I started posting Sun on the Rocks episodes on two blogsite communities, open salon and our salon, with the pen name workstudio. Their support led me to find smashwords and add the covers to the amusements. I´ve clocked 500.000 words of fiction and publish with the pen name Somers Isle & Loveshade on smashwords. Sun on the Rocks Banana fiction amusements are trivial, tropical and easy to peel, all characters are over 21 years of age. Here below are some comments on the first episode, titled the Malibu Case. COMMENTS FROM OPEN SALON AND OUR SALON BLOGSITE COMMUNITIES ON SUN ON THE ROCKS BANANA FICTION (R and R+ stand for rated, or liked) THE MALIBU CASE ch.14: Frisky, light-hearted, and delightful! Consistently! R+ ch.3: This is so clever. Everything is "normal" except the central dilemma of (gasp) optional nudity. With nonchalant humor you are making a individual rights argument out of this.These are unique characters who are "over the horizon" in leading the California trend. R. ch.13: Fun read. That package and who got it will bring me back. R. ch.12: I want to see the video version of this story! What a romp. ch.12: Quite a revealing case. Quick and playful, this story scampers right up to the edge of decency and then sticks its tongue out. ch.12: This plot has the sexiest curves. ch.1: This is deceptively breezy and fun. I. did. not. expect. THIS! Good show! R. ch.15: Hurray! The girls won and we are all the beneficiaries of their determination. I hope that we will have further adventures about the floating spa and that the long arm of the law can't reach them in inter national waters. R. ch.15: Sorry I've been away and missed the last few installments. I'm glad to see the girls came out of this in stellar fashion. It was a fun read, and I'm looking forward to the south of the border installments. R. ch.15: Sweet, sweet, sweet. And I think you may have set-up the next Episode in the series! Hmmm. I just noticed that others feel the same. Good! R+.