(Bluewater Bay titles can be read in any order—jump in wherever you’d like!)
If a tree falls in Bluewater Bay . . . could it be fate?
A year after his divorce, Shane Andrews isn’t interested in dating—not that he has time, between three kids and a demanding job as a grip. When a windstorm knocks a tree onto one of the Wolf’s Landing soundstages, Shane’s there to help with the mess . . . and so is firefighter Aaron Tucker.
A former smoke jumper, Aaron’s an adrenaline junkie and way too restless and reckless to be relationship material. As far as he’s concerned, monogamy is for penguins, and he’d rather be alone than tied down. Signing up to be a stepparent? No, thank you.
But after a scorching-hot night together, they’re hooked. Aaron is a taste of the excitement Shane’s been lacking, and Shane’s pushing buttons Aaron didn’t know he had. The more they’re together, the less Aaron craves wild nights with other men . . . but the more Shane wants to play the field like he never got to in his twenties.
This could be the love neither man knew he needed, but only if Shane gets his feet back on the ground before Aaron walks away.
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"Get a Grip" on being happy, whatever will be, will be...
Thirty five year old dark haired and handsome Shane Andrews, a film-studio grip technician, relocated, transplanting his family from Los Angeles to Bluewater Bay in the northern State of Washington. Shane's domestic bliss has been a history of disaster, keeping his family of three children together with him, fifteen year old Desiree, and ten year old identical twins Michael and Christopher. After an ancient pine tree uproots during a disastrous rain storm, falling on to the studio's sound stage's wall and roof, Shane encounters forty six year old, six foot three tall, volunteer fireman Aaron Hunter. Sparks ignite with the two men's personal pursuit in their relationship detour. Doing so may bring pain and living in the their spirit of freedom together, letting go of their past, free to live in the present moment! Set on a road trip for disaster or for real happiness? What ever will be, will be!