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Meet Me At The Beach by V.K. Sykes

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Also by V.K. Sykes:

See You at Sunset, March 2016
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Meet Me At The Beach, March 2015
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Playing for Passion, September 2014
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Bigger Than Beckham, October 2012
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Hot Number, April 2012
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Hardball, June 2011
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Fastball, March 2011
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CaddyGirls, July 2010
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Meet Me At The Beach
V.K. Sykes

Sometimes you can come home again...

Seashell Bay #1
Forever
March 2015
On Sale: February 24, 2015
Featuring: Lily Doyle; Aiden Flynn
384 pages
ISBN: 1455552518
EAN: 9781455552511
Kindle: B00KVK30RE
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Romance Contemporary

YOU CAN'T STOP A RISING TIDE
When Lily Doyle spots her high school crush Aiden Flynn on the inbound ferry, she knows trouble is about to dock in Seashell Bay. And not just because he's more handsome than ever. If Aiden's in town, the rumors must be true about his family's plan to sell their coastal land to the highest bidder. But Lily will do whatever it takes to convince the hottest guy on the beach to protect their idyllic island home.

Gorgeous Lily Doyle was the only thing Aiden missed after he escaped from his hometown to play pro baseball. Now all Aiden wants is to wrap up the business deal and get back to his life, not relive a past that still haunts him. But as memories rush in about the night of passion he and Lily shared long ago, everything else washes right out to sea-everything except the desire that still burns between them.

Author Note

Dear Reader,

We’re thrilled to be starting the Seashell Bay series of small town romances set on a pretty little island off the coast of Maine. Meet Me at the Beach, the first book in the series, features a hero and heroine who fell hard for each other in high school but were then driven apart by a long-standing family feud. But things are different now—Aiden Flynn and Lily Doyle are all grown up, and they’re not about to let their lively and sometimes wacky families stand in their way!

Please join us in Seashell Bay for sun, sand, lobster, and a lot of love! You can read an excerpt from the book below.

Happy reading!

Best, V.K. Sykes (Vanessa & Randy)

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Seashell Bay

Comments

37 comments posted.

Re: Meet Me At The Beach

My Husband and I did have a business at one time, and I
enjoyed working with him very much. I think that he would
say the same. Things went quite well for a while, but when
you can't get the cash flow quite right, you know what
happens!! It was sad to see it go, but we did hold on for a
couple of years, and it was a blast while it lasted!! My
Husband is retired, and since I'm disabled anyway, we are
together 24-7. Most of the time things go fine since we
have our own interests, but we talk all the time and our
place is small, so we're always underfoot!! We've been best
friends for over 32 years now!!
(Peggy Roberson 11:18am February 24, 2015)

What a fascinating post! It was very interesting to learn how you work together as a writing team. Building on each other's strengths and compensating for each other's weaknesses creates a very successful partnership. I have never had a working partnership with my husband. Congratulations on the new release and thanks for sharing.
(
Bonnie H 11:20am February 24, 2015)

I haven't had a working partnership, but my parents did. Unfortunately that didn't work for them, but it was for the best that business didn't work.
(
Christina Reed 11:53am February 24, 2015)

A very interesting and wonderful post. Your success and
creativity is wonderful. I worked for a brief time with my
husband in his business before we had a family.
(
Sharon Berger 11:54am February 24, 2015)

No, I have never had a working partnership. Really enjoyed
reading about your.
(
G. Bisbjerg 12:01pm February 24, 2015)

No I have not had a working relationship... thanks for sharing your post about your working relationship with your husband!
(
Colleen Conklin 12:01pm February 24, 2015)

That's great that a working partnership works for you. I don't have one and can't imagine one.
(
Pam Howell 12:52pm February 24, 2015)

Partnership, yes--30+ years of marriage. Working partnership--nope. I think you both do a great job with your process. Fascinating blog. Thanks.
(
G S Moch 2:35pm February 24, 2015)

never had a working partnership :)
(
Denise Holcomb 2:48pm February 24, 2015)

I never had a traditional working relationship via boyfriend and
girlfriend. I have worked with my one of my best friends as my
boss. It was a little sticky at sometimes and is best when we
aren't working directly with each other. I;m glad your husband
and you can have a working relationship.
(
Robin Bromiley 3:05pm February 24, 2015)

Never had a working relationship with my
husband.
(
Laurice McClung 3:16pm February 24, 2015)

I've never had a working partnership. I don't think it would work with my husband because we would both want to be the boss. lol
(
Rita Wray 3:31pm February 24, 2015)

The only partnership besides my Marriage is the fact that I work in EMS so I work with a partner. We have to trust each other and rely on each other so that it works. If I don't trust my partner it is not going to be a good day. Your partnership obviously works since you write awesome books...thank you for hours of enjoyment!

I love all your books, especially the VK books...I also love Romantic Suspense...I would love to win the GC, thank you for the chance.
(
Linda Scarchuk 3:42pm February 24, 2015)

Yes, my husband and I owned a restaurant at one time. We worked well together but after a year the restaurant closed due to the economy.
(
Robbie Bauldree 4:00pm February 24, 2015)

My husband and I have never had a "working" partnership, but of course we have partnered in parenting, housekeeping, traveling, etc.
(
Cheryl Castings 5:06pm February 24, 2015)

Wow. I've never heard of a husband and wife writing team.
I would think it would work well. Writing can be such a
solitary career it must be great to have someone to bounce
ideas off of and get immediate feedback. We, the readers
benefit in the end!
(
Michelle Tweedy 6:09pm February 24, 2015)

no I have not
(
Wendy Hutton 6:27pm February 24, 2015)

Please enter me. 5th attempt to enter. Id love to get to know your work.
(
Jane Squires 6:48pm February 24, 2015)

I have never had a working partnership. Thank you for
sharing your writing process. It is interesting to read how
you both work together to write books.
(
Rachael Brown 7:01pm February 24, 2015)

My husband and I farmed for over 30 years and we
worked as partners for most of that time. We ran
a Dairy and raised tobacco, corn and hay and I
worked beside him much of the time.
(
Connie Saunders 7:51pm February 24, 2015)

I had a lot of fun in my youth with my partner, working together on a Congressional campaign!
(
Diane Pollock 8:52pm February 24, 2015)

No, haven't done that.
(
Wilma Frana 9:12pm February 24, 2015)

No, my hubby and I have never had a working relationship....which is good because we are both very different on how we approach things. Love the way you two do it! Very neat!
(
Sue Galuska 9:43pm February 24, 2015)

Well, I met my hubby at work on the midnight shift on a locked Psych unit. Usually there were only three of us working each night so we had to get along and work well together. We've been married for almost 24 years so I think we're doing okay. LOL
(
Marcy Shuler 10:51pm February 24, 2015)

Not in the way I think you mean. I guess everyone works with someone in every job. Don't they?
My husband and I have been a formidable team raising our sons. You have to be a strong team, as parents.
Congratulations on keeping your ''door closed''. Some people don't know when to do that. haha
(
Lisa Hutson 11:05pm February 24, 2015)

no, i havent
(
Jennifer Beck 1:22pm February 25, 2015)

no partnership with any one working wise that is
(
Jeri Dickinson 4:54pm February 25, 2015)

I raised 5 children with a husband, does that count? We
worked together and apart to raise good kids and we're proud
of every one and 6 grandchildren as well!
(
Mary Hay 10:33am February 26, 2015)



Well, maybe not. :D

I used to do writing and editing work with my first husband. This included
finishing up writing a substantial introduction to a collection of articles when we
were in the process of getting divorced.

I'm glad that's over. But having accomplished it successfully is one of my
proudest achievements.
(
Mary Ann Dimand 11:59am February 26, 2015)

No I have never had a working relationship. I have a hard time
making it work without adding work into it. I am glad it works
for you guys!
(
Denise Austin 12:03pm February 26, 2015)

No, I haven't. I AM self-employed, so my husband helps me a bit with that, but ultimately it is my business.
(
Elaine Seymour 1:22pm February 26, 2015)

My husband and I work together in the kitchen , he washes the dishes and I dry and put away. LOL... That works really great .
(
Joan Thrasher 2:15pm February 26, 2015)

No never had a working partnership.
(
Yaritza Santana 6:12pm February 26, 2015)

Love the beach so I can't wait to read this
(
Jeri Dickinson 6:14pm February 26, 2015)

No I don't. But it's fun watching other people who do. Sometimes it's a
beautiful dance and others could be reality TV.
(
Laura Gullickson 7:54pm February 26, 2015)

Not yet - it would have to be with the right person to be
workable. I've enjoyed Vanessa's historicals so I'm very
curious to read this.
(
Diane Sallans 8:17pm February 26, 2015)

We did work together for a while, he does home repairs. I would help but I could not do some of the heavy work. Live and learn.
(
Deb Pelletier 9:21pm February 26, 2015)

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