Friday, March 6, 2015

Two Waters Beach: Berengaria Brown

Two Waters beach really exists. It’s the most awesome place, with crystal clear water, turquoise near the shore, and deeper blue on the far side of a sandbar that’s about two hundred yards off-shore. It’s just far enough to be a slightly challenging swim for the tourists, making the sandbar the perfect place for lovers to sit on, alone, yet in public. The warm ocean ripples over the sand, enticing lovers to stay there a while and rest—or play.

The beach extends about a mile to a rocky cliff that has just enough foot and toe holds to entice energetic young men to climb it, even though they probably shouldn’t.

Two Waters tourist town sits on a narrow peninsular, with the ocean on one side and the lake on the other. The lake is the ideal place for families to visit, and for people to walk or ride a bike around. There are grassy places to rest under trees, while tourists look out over the peaceful, restful lake.

And no tourist town would be complete without stores to visit, and holiday cottages to rent. Then there’s the golf course. It’ surprisingly good for a small town, but of course the tourists love to take a morning or afternoon to hit their golf balls across the manicured greens, talk, and then relax in the dining room at the golf club.

Really, it’s no wonder that love is in the air all year around at Two Waters beach.

The Beach Boys is a series of four books talking about romance that develops at Two Waters in Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring. Every time of year is perfect for romance when lovers meet up on vacation. Each book is a complete male/male romance in itself, but several characters appear and reappear during the series, and, of course, the beach itself is the most important character of all. It’s always there in the background, waiting for lonely people to discover its attraction, and the man of their dreams.

The Beach Boys: Fall (MM) Blurb:

Saber Crouch is ready to settle down and find his soulmate. But everyone at Two Waters beach where he is vacationing is already with a partner or a family. Until he sees Moses Sandler.

Moses doesn’t believe he’s worthy of having a partner. He feels old and fat. His boyfriend left him and his sister told him he was likely to have a heart attack if he didn’t lose weight. Despite all this Moses can’t help being drawn to Saber.

The attraction between them is undeniable, even though Moses can’t believe he’s worthy of the attention of such a handsome, fit man as Saber. Nevertheless they progress at the speed of light from meeting, to touching, to bed. Not that they actually reach the bed. The sand is much closer and all they need is a flat surface.

Moses is very afraid this is going to be a one-night stand. Or, at the most, a few days’ fling.

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Berengaria Brown Bio:

Berengaria is an award-winning, best-selling, multi-published author of erotic romance with over one hundred published digital, print and audio books. She writes contemporary, paranormal (magic, ghosts, vampires, fairies, dragons, and werewolves), futuristic, medieval, and Regency-set historical. She loves to read all different kinds of romance so that is what she writes: MMF, MFM, FMMM, FFM, MM, FF, and MF. Whatever the characters need for their very hot happily-ever-after, Berengaria makes sure they get it.


Berengaria Brown said...

Thank you for inviting me here, today, Chris.

Anonymous said...

Where is Two Waters Beach?