I have moved forward a little into Jonathan’s POV. I hope you liked last week’s snippet of Piper’s story, which is another Alinta Bay book.
If you did, please feel free to check out the first books here.
Jon stepped into the reception of the caravan park where a middle-aged woman looked up with a smile.
“How can I help you?”
“Hi. Ella from the local hotel just called regarding a booking of a cabin. My name is Jonathan Fuentes.”
She nodded. “Mr Fuentes. Yes. You’re lucky. This is the last cabin available.”
He reached for his credit card. “So I’ve heard. Apparently a big surfing event starting tomorrow.”
A genuine smile spread across her face, which took around five years of her face. Not to mention that it was contagious, because now he had a smile on his lips as well.
“The event only happens every two years, but when it does, it’s quite a buzz in town.” She entered his details into the system and said, “I hope Ella explained that this cabin is privately owned and shares a bathroom. No one is in the other cabin. So you won’t have a problem.”
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So how is he going to find someone in this isolated cabin?
It’s a “shared” cabin 😉
Or will he have a problem? Nice set up for conflict and discomfort. Fun snippet.
Thank you Shari 🙂
This is very appealing – the cabin and the surfing event, etc. Really enjoyed the snippet!
Thank you Veronica 🙂
Why does that sound like “famous last words”?