From USA TODAY Bestselling Author Chris Keniston: another episode of the Surf's Up companion Flirts to the popular contemporary romance Aloha Series
One Geek-to-chic billionaire, Zachary Kane.
One beautiful and successful, Elizabeth Ann Cochran.
One high school reunion at the Surf's Up.
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What's a flirt? I think of them as episodes of a weekly TV show. Same familiar location and lead actor with guest stars, and of course cameo appearances of the Aloha cast.
These short story Flirts have been so much fun to write. I hope you enjoy seeing the main characters from the series pop in from time to time as much as I do. It's always fun to see a snippet of their lives between books.
If you haven't read the rest of the Aloha Series, you're in for a treat. Full length novels about active duty and former navy men and the women and family they love and care about. Some have a little humor, others a little mystery, but all have a lot of heart. Mostly set in Kona around the Big Island Dive shop there's plenty of fun in the sun, so pour yourself a cool drink, put up your feet and enjoy the bestselling Aloha contemporary romance series.
Available Now in the Aloha Series:
Aloha Texas, Nick and Kara's story Book 1 (two versions: Original and Heartwarming)
Almost Paradise, Billy and Angela's story Book 2 (two versions: Original and Heartwarming)
Mai Tai Marriage, Lexie and Jim's story Book 3 (two versions: Original and Heartwarming)
Dive into You, Doug and Emily's story Book 4 (two versions: Original and Heartwarming)
Look of Love, Madeleine and Dan's story Book 5 (two versions: Original and Closed Door)
Love By Design, Ava and John's story Book 6 (two versions: Original and Heartwarming)
Shell Game, Luke (Brooklyn) and Sharla's story – the Beginning (two versions: Original and Heartwarming)
Love Walks In (Two versions: Original and Heartwarming)
Waikiki Wedding (one version: original)
Flirting with Paradise (one version: Heartwarming)
Surf's Up Saloon Flirts:
Shall We Dance
Love on Tap
Head Over Heels
Just One Kiss
It Had to Be You
Seemed like half a movie
I love this author’s books. They are always a fun read. I laugh, I smile and sometimes cry along with the characters. This book could have easily been a 5 star book, but it wasn’t long enough. Not only that, but I felt like I was in the middle of watching a movie and it just stopped halfway through. It just didn’t feel like a good ending to me. To clarify, most books are considered great when you don’t want them to end, but I felt like this one just got started.