A Summer Fling

A Summer Fling This ebook contains two stories A Summer Fling and Bite the Dust In A Summer Fling Daniel falls hard for a guest staying at the hotel where he works Ryan McFarland is working frantically to finish hi

  • Title: A Summer Fling
  • Author: Sarah Madison
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This ebook contains two stories A Summer Fling and Bite the Dust In A Summer Fling, Daniel falls hard for a guest staying at the hotel where he works Ryan McFarland is working frantically to finish his latest novel and shouldn t be distracted The attraction, however, is mutual and all too quickly their time together passes At the end of the week, will this have beThis ebook contains two stories A Summer Fling and Bite the Dust In A Summer Fling, Daniel falls hard for a guest staying at the hotel where he works Ryan McFarland is working frantically to finish his latest novel and shouldn t be distracted The attraction, however, is mutual and all too quickly their time together passes At the end of the week, will this have been just another summer fling Bite the Dust is a short story based on one of Ryan McFarland s characters, the enigmatic and deadly vampire detective, Mikhail Frost.A Summer Fling was originally published in 2011 under the title Surf s Up, as part of the M M Romance Group s Don t Read in the Closet fest Bite the Dust, a short story based on a character in Surf s Up, was written for the Just One Bite Contest.Both of the stories contained in this book have been re edited and revised in this edition, however, the original stories are still available as part of the free anthologies listed on Sarah Madison s website.

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      Published :2018-09-04T11:53:22+00:00

    1 thought on “A Summer Fling”

    1. Daniel goes through the motions of his summer job at a small resort hotel. It's not really exciting work, and sometimes the guests require more help than he thinks should be necessary. But when he chases after a slightly awkward guest who he's certain is going to get himself injured in a surfing accident, he finds that maybe--just maybe--he's willing to give some guests the attention and help they need. Summer guests are only there for the summer, though, and summer has to end sometimeThis is a [...]

    2. Quick &short. I like the agent I thought of a few people like that. I would like to read more of vampire detecrive .

    3. Two bite sized appetizers, good for a quick read while in the train to work. Start the day off with a smile.

    4. The Perfect Holiday Escape!From the first page I could feel the salt air on my face and hear the roar and crash of the ocean's waves. Reading this book was like the first summer day after the long dark rainy months of winter. I smiled my way through Daniel and Ryan's romance and laughed out loud at the "you know they're not real, right" and the answering "bite me"."A Summer Fling" is beautiful and places no demands on the reader, other than to sit back, relax, and enjoy these two men as they fal [...]

    5. Double stories with double the pleasure and lots of fun.Endless Summer is a hot summer beach story that is just right for those few minutes between surfing runs as you catch your breath, your imagination, and your beer while collecting some sun and fun. The author has pulled together the essence plus some spice for each of the characters to build a web of interactions as the characters race the clock and the moon to resolve the evil witch problems and share the future in the starsEven good vampi [...]

    6. Interesting summer readingI liked the characters in this book and found myself hoping for a happy ending for them. Ryan is a writer who came to the hotel on the beach to write his novel. Daniel works for the hotel and befriends Ryan. Good plot, great characters, and believable dialogue all means it's a story worth reading. It's short enough to be read during lunch and quite good.

    7. Cute, hot, fun short but not hugely memorable read. Not hugely memorable but enjoyable. The "bad guy" agent was a little OTT and made Ryan seem a little weenie-ish, but otherwise I liked the characters and the little twist about Daniel.

    8. This was a great short storyDaniel and RyanA great book to fill inbetween those longer books.I don't understand why one reviewer mentioned the weird twist at the endere was no weird twistIf you read the short story at the end it's obvious what the guy isally good book x

    9. A Summer Fling: 4 stars. I enjoyed it immensely, but for Bite the Dust ( the little story at the end) 5 stars. Loved it.(view spoiler)[ Vampire (hide spoiler)]

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