A painful break-up/break-down chases high-tech marketing wiz Sandy Lowiltry from her Silicon Valley home. She comes to rest on the Oregon Coast, where she seeks solace in the opera-themed sanctuary of the Hotel Bel Canto and the arms of a handsome eccentric who spends his days combing the beach for sea glass. Sandy soon learns what the tourist ladies already know - it's easy to fall for Frosted Glass Man. Besides great sex and alarmingly intricate campsite cuisine, Frosty offers do-it-yourself mythologies that would melt even the coldest heart. But will it be enough to quiet the whisper of ambition, the voice inside Sandy's head that chides her for settling? Will she really leave behind Silicon Valley for love in such a strange package?I checked my rear-view mirror and found a black Toyota 4Runner, headlights flashing. I started losing my breath, and then I saw a blood-red Nissan Pathfinder zipping up in the fast lane. So I freaked out, slammed my foot on the gas and shot anbsp;...
|Author||:||Michael J. Vaughn, John P. Rutledge|
|Publisher||:||Dead End Street - 2004-05-01|