Bahama Breeze

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ANNA FORTUNE is a government intelligence analyst who longs for tropical sunsets, early morning beach walks, and a man bold enough to steal her heart.

SONNY CAY is a large, lumbering toilet paper salesman with the haunting memory of a girl he loved and lost in high school.

ANNA knows the location of terrorist cells, corrupt politicians and that no man can be trusted to keep his word, wedding date or promise to love forever.

SONNY knows life is for the taking, love for the making and both end all too soon.

So when Anna is ordered to protect a presidential candidate polling in the single digits on a fund-raising junket in the Bahamas, both get a second chance at true love.

He rented the sailboat because he loved her: because all those years ago, she’d stirred him the way no woman ever had. His head told him to run—as did several local Bahamian law officers. His heart and a tropical storm made him stay.

Only the gale force winds of a “Bahama Breeze” can cool the white-hot embers of old flames erupting.

“I can’t remember the last time I laughed out loud while reading a book but I did with Bahama Breeze.” ~ Ann Tatlock, Christy award winning author of Promises to Keep plus lots of other books.

“I love Eddie’s humorous tone. I would SOOO read any thing he writes.” – Michelle Medlock Adams, award-winning journalist and author of . . . . well, lots of books.

Guaranteed to put a smile on your face and twang the strings of your heart. If you enjoy the Bahamas and sailing the Abacos and Exumas you’ll love Bahama Breeze.

Bahama Breeze is a revised post-COVID 2022 new release. The” funny, not entertaining, mediocre writing” parts mentioned in reviews have been removed. We kept the characters who were morons. If you own a boat or wish to own a boat, odds are you have met someone like Sonny Cay. In fact, he may be docked in the slip next to you. For the revised edition we invited someone special to perform at the throw back shell beach party. You may know him as an “over-forty victim of fate” often arriving too late for encores.