Summer Bliss

By J.P. Bowie

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When Phil Conway takes his pooch for a walk in the park, the last thing he expects is to be bowled over—literally—by another man, and his dog.

Greg Hunter is in from Seattle, visiting his soon to be divorced sister, Sarah, and taking on dog walking duty, when he and Phil first meet.

Quickly giving in to the attraction they feel for one another, they plan drinks, dinner, then a day at the beach—and more… But Phil has a wariness of commitment, and Greg's sister is resentful of Phil's intrusion into their lives. It seems the idyll will end without the two men finding the happiness they both crave.

But Fate has a funny way of overcoming obstacles. Phil runs into Sarah's husband in the park, and on hearing that the man still loves his wife, initiates a meeting between them, hoping their mutual love will smooth out their differences. All that needs to happen now is for Phil to get over his fear of commitment and ask Greg to move in with him. Nothing difficult about that…or is there?

General Release Date: 21st July 2008

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Format: EBOOK  
ISBN: 978-1-906590-76-5
Word Count: 15,574
Language: English
Book Length: NOVELLA
Pages: 48

About the author
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J.P. Bowie

J.P. Bowie was born in Scotland and toured British theatres in numerous musical shows including Stephen Sondheim’s Company.

He emigrated to the States and worked in Las Vegas, Nevada for the magicians Siegfried and Roy as their Head of Wardrobe at the Mirage Hotel. He is currently living with his husband in sunny San Diego, California.

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  Reviewed by Fallen Angels Reviews

Summer Bliss was such a fun read. The title is so completely appropriate. It's just the kind of book you'd take to the beach to read.

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