After being injured in a paparazzi induced car accident, Phoenix Chamberlain returns to Seaside Haven to recuperate. There he meets resort manager, Sierra Ramstad, who is used to being the boss and t keen on taking orders from others. Not only did the accident change Phoenix physically, it also broke his spirit. But with the help of Sierra and his therapist, he decides he can overcome the doctor's grim progsis and learn to enjoy life again. When Phoenix Chamberlain's former lover, Monica Swarovski commits suicide, he learns the truth he never knew. He has a son. Newly wed to Sierra, Phoenix has place in his heart for his son's guardian, Sue Deveraux. Yet Phoenix can't igre the attraction he feels to her. The only way Sue can protect the child is to strike a deal with Phoenix. Will she get more than she bargains for? Elizabeth Ben-David did t kw how it could be that she was a stranger to the man she loved so fiercely. Not only was he the father to their young daughter, but he was also Elizabeth's best friend. There was so much to say, and so much that couldn't be put into words. Love was like that, it could only be felt. Nic's gaze was full of emotion and tenderness. Help me remember, Liz.
Sandra Widner Burch is a short story author, and award-winning poet. She has work appearing or forthcoming in over a dozen venues, including Piker Press, Torrid Literature Journal, 8149, Best New Poems, and Room magazine. She is a member of Tallahassee Writer's Association and Austin Poets International. Seaside Haven is Book 1, Away From the Sun is Book 2 and Remember Me is Book 3 in the Seaside Series. You can visit her at www.sandrawburch.yolasite.com.