Life’s A Beach (Coconut Cove #1)

     Author: Poppy Dennison

     Publisher: Wilde City Press

     Rating: 4.5 stars

     Buy Links: WCP and Amazon

     Type: Series Short

     Received from Publisher


Blurb: Welcome to Coconut Cove where you’ll always find oiled beach bodies, palm trees, tropical drinks, and plenty of drama!

Coconut Cove is the hottest new sensation to sweep the nation — a gay teen drama filled to the brim with hot stars and even hotter action. It’s catching the public’s attention and winning their hearts. But all the drama, heartache, and life lessons aren’t just for the characters on the screen. The fledgling actors behind the scenes have more than their fair share of love and catastrophes. They may only play teens on TV but when it comes to romance, these twenty-somethings still have lessons to learn.

From the scheming ex determined to cash in on a rising star, to the hunky high school crush resurrected from ancient history—from the nice guy with a naughty past, to the snarky diva with attitude—there’s plenty of scandalous hidden affairs and seriously sexy demons hiding in just about everyone’s closet on Coconut Cove.

You just have to be ready to drink it in. Bottoms up … or should we say off?


Review: Flynn Wright is pretty sure he’s lost his job on The Presidio thanks to his nasty ex who wasn’t thrilled with him when he ended their relationship. But his agent, Mary, has gotten him a job on the new teen drama Coconut Cove and that’s good news for Flynn. Now, he can get out of LA and get away from his ex, Bennett.

Flynn is set to play a gay sixteen year old named Mack who moves to Coconut Cove with his fathers. Let the drama of teenagers commence. On his first night in Key West him and some of the cast head over to the Pirate’s Booty for dinner and drinks. This is where Flynn meets the rude but sexy bartender Seth.

Now, I really can’t say to much more. I don’t want to spoil the story for anyone. It’s not a long book so if I give away too many details you wouldn’t want or have to read it, and I really want you to read it. So, how bout I just say that Bennett starts some drama, Seth adds fuel to the drama, and in the middle of all that drama we have some more drama. UGH! I hate not being able to say more. Just know that it was really good. Loved it in fact. It had some great secondary characters and I truly cannot wait to read the next episode.


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