On Sale for September ~ 99c!
Three books for 99c!
Destiny Bay Romances-Forever Yours Series
The Carringtons of Destiny Bay, like most rich, influential people, are good-looking, fast-driving, hard-hitting men and women whose impulses lead them into trouble every time. Some have losses, some have resentments, some have been hurt–and some feel sinned against at times. They all have passionate goals that land them into tough situations–and they all fall in love much too easily. But they all have good hearts–and usually do the right thing in the end. These are a few of their stories.
She ran. He wants answers. But some secrets are just too painful to share.
Book 2-Wife For a Night
Forced to pretend to be Matt’s wife, Janet Cardona plans to blow his cover –just as soon as she gets her cat back.
Book 3-Too Scared to Breathe
She can see the crash coming but she can’t break away.
Hope you enjoy the stories and go on to read volume 2
Available now for $4.99!
Book 4-Make Believe Wife
He was her childhood crush come to life and he seemed to want her this time. Did she dare risk her famous father’s scorn—again?
Book 5-Promoted to Wife
She has to prove she can do the job as butler. But is sleeping with the hot shot son part of the job description?
Book 6-Not the Marrying Kind
Will she risk her heart to catch a thief?
Enormous beasts, snorting and fighting and procreating right before your eyes! See the little (70 pound) babies. See the alpha males fight for dominance. Hear the constant honking. Smell the….well, never mind. No bars keeping them back. No glass barriers. No guards. Nature in its raw magnificence!
And all you have to do is pull over on your way up the California Coast on Highway 1. Four miles north of Hearst Castle, twelve miles north of Cambria, there awaits the best viewing area for the elephant seals—a pull off with parking and basic fencing to remind observers that going down on the beach and intermingling with these huge (up to 5000 pounds) animals could be hazardous to your health. The best time to see them is December through March and then late spring into summer, when they return to molt. The rest of their lives are spent out in the ocean where they swim for months at a time, or in the Aleutian Islands where they also gather.
It is truly an unbelievable sight to see all these huge bodies—often hundreds at a time—spread out on the beaches, sunning themselves or arguing endlessly. There are often docents available to help explain the life and times of these interesting animals.
In the meantime, if you can’t make the trip, take a look at the seal live cam http://www.elephantseal.org/Rookery/livecam.htm
Or check out the Friends of the elephant Seals web site