Jack's folks took him seriously about leaving only a bed in Aunt Bernadine's house. Jack solved the problem by buying all new furniture. It was delivered just in time for his picnic with Georgia.
Jack was going to meet Georgia for an innocent cup of coffee, more to make his mother happy than for any other reason. A date for a picnic dinner was not what he expected to leave the Roastery with.
The Shoreside Sharks last non-coference game of the season took place on a rainy Friday night. Could they keep up their unbeaten streak or would the falling rain be their downfall?
Even an old dog can learn new tricks and Jack had learned that the best way to keep up with the people he cared about was by being online. Everyone he new except his father was on Facebook.
Over Jack's dinner and Corie's fries they both have to decide if they are on a date or not, and they both start to hope the other thinks so.
Much to Jack's surprise he runs into Corie on the pier. Jack thinks it's just a chance meeting, but did Corie leave it all up to chance?
During his first weeks on the island Jack meets many interesting people, each of whom, it seems, has something to share with him to help him get back to living life.
To appease his mother, Mary, Jack attends Mass and is introduced to Georgia, a woman who may understand what he is going through, and then some.
The next Buzby Beach novel by DW Davis is due out in late August. This short story introduces you to the main character, Sabine. Sabine has a tragic past and it has shaped her attitude toward life.
The second night on the island the loneliness is more poignant as the advantage of fatigue isn't there to help deaden Jack's mind and help him find sleep.
The empty house needs to be filled. Jack realizes some basic housekeeping supplies and a few groceries are a must. He doesn't like it, but he needs to go shopping.
An insistent knocking at his front door rouses Jack from a restless night's sleep his first morning on the island.
Please enjoy this excerpt from the first book of the upcoming Pier Rat series. The Pier Rat series is the follow up series to my River Dream books.
Set in the River Dream universe, meet the first born son of the beloved characters from the River Dream series.
Young drivers so often get caught up in what's going on in the car, sometimes to their peril.
Sam, a teenage boy, falls asleep while fishing and his boat gets stuck when the tide goes out. Sam spends the night in his boat, dreaming about a girl he met at school.
High school years can be fraught with strong emotions, deep resentments, actions with tragic consequences, and unlikely heroes.
Declan's son DJ has graduated college and will soon be leaving to start his military career, but not before one last sail around the lake.
The farm I lived on when I first married had an old tobacco barn behind the house and there was one slat on the barn broken off at the lower corner that always drew my attention.
Ronnie didn’t find out until he was twenty-two years old that the man he’d called Dad all his life wasn’t really his father.
Trevor had never attended any of his high school reunions. He hadn't planned to attend this one.