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Happy Bay

by T. Stelma

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What do a rock singer, a washed-up college football star, a free-spirited socialite, a drug-addled career woman, a feisty bartendress, and a clothing-optional beach security guard all have in common? The answer is Sandy Bennett: a lonely young woman from a small town who holds a distinct unawareness of her devastating beauty and creative potential. Her ordinary existence changes dramatically when she is transplanted to a place like no other in her experience. Sandy will come away from this foray into another culture with much more than an all-over tan. Will she find love-or only lust-in this tropical paradise? Does she really know who means well and who means her harm? Follow Sandy's romantic and inspiring journey as she finds herself on Happy Bay.… (more)

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