For Logan Dillon, it’s a beautiful day to get married. She stands with her bridesmaids in the dressing room of a large church that’s packed to the rafters with wedding guests. She’s only moments from walking down the aisle and giving her hand in marriage when there’s a knock at the door. Logan opens the door and there stands the groom—the man of her dreams, resplendent and handsome in his tuxedo—holding the hand of another woman. This woman is tall, gorgeous, perfect looking—and she wears a bridal gown. A few frantic and chaotic moments later, Logan’s fiancé is replacing her with this other woman—his new bride—and throwing Logan out of her own wedding. Crushed and devastated, not knowing what to do, Logan decides to take her best friend along with her and go on the honeymoon that she had planned for herself and her new husband-to-be. Two days later, walking alone in the evening on a tropical beach, she watches as a mysterious man comes swimming to shore. He stands from the surf—wet, glistening, shining golden in the light of a setting sun—and with one penetrating look into her eyes—he takes her breath away.
The next seven days of Logan’s life will be dark, sad, funny, exciting, and dangerous. They will be the most suspenseful that she, or any other jilted bride, has ever experienced. Indeed, she will almost lose her life, but in the end, her lonesome honeymoon will be as romantic and passionate as she’s ever dared to dream.
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Sailor lives in the southern United States on the Atlantic coast. He writes novels and short stories in many genres.
Besides writing, he enjoys playing sports, photography, studying the arts, philosophy, and religion, finding great books from new authors, tasting new beers and wines, playing fantasy football, sitting in the back of a darkened night club and listening to a jazz trio take a long ride, being out on the open water in a boat, and worshiping quietly in the back of a church.
He considers the enjoyment of all the above to be multiplied exponentially by the accompaniment of his wife, children, family and friends.
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