Sunday, March 4, 2012

Drinking and Drama

I personally don't drink much or often but when I do, I've noticed it only intensifies my feelings. If I was happy, I only get happier. If I was depressed, all those melancholy emotions get worse and if I was horny--well you get the picture.

I used this as a ploy to get the drama level to an all time high in Sex on the Beach. Harry was drinking beers by the case and feeling sorry for himself while Sally was drinking with her soon to be mother in law wishing her soon to be husband would grow up and get over his dead wife sleeping with his brother. She wasn't about to do that so why should he care if Gerald showed up to his wedding?

Of course, she never expected to pass out or for Gerry to be nice enough to carry her to his bed. Or for Harry to come looking for her. 

Somehow the drama gets to an all time fever high pitch and this is partly because things have been intensified by everyone drinking. 

You'll have to read the book to find out why Sally wants a second wedding that she can actually be proud of the pictures. Sex on the Beach is now available from Whispers Publishing and all the most popular ebook retailers.

Missy Lyons


blcsdina said...

Is the title derived from the '90s shot, Sex on a Beach? Steamy cover!

blcsdina said...

Is the title derived from the '90s shot, Sex on a Beach? Steamy cover!

Debby said...

Nice cover and I agree with you about drinking. If I am in a good mood than I am more so.
debby236 at gmail dot com

Romance Author Missy Lyons said...

Thank you BLCSDina! The title was named after the alcoholic drink. There is a double meaning of course, but the heroine also woks part time as a bartender and we thought that was a cute name for the book. :)

Thank you Debby for your comments! The cover was a collaboration between me and my co-writer. The male model on the cover is Jimmy Thomas.

Shadow said...

Wow! Talk about a love triangle! I want more! Please? lol Thanks for sharing!