For some, the beach is a place to play, for others it’s a lifestyle. For still others, the beach is life itself.
Beach Outlaw tells their story. At the water’s edge, where two worlds collide, a collision of another sort occurs, a collision that entangles two souls, both very much alike but both significantly different. Can a widow who grieves for a husband twenty years in the grave reawaken her passion for life? Can a man, wise in the ways of the world, talented in so many different ways, awaken the passion locked inside such a woman? Both love every aspect of the island, from the Intracoastal Waterway to the booming surf of the Gulf of Mexico, yet the island they both love is not the only thing they have in common.
He considers her to be an untamed free spirit. She finds him to be a boorish churl of the worst sort. He considers her surrender to his increasingly passionate advances to be a forgone conclusion. She believes that her cloistered approach to self-preservation will eventually discourage him. He could not be more right and she could not be more wrong. In Beach Outlaw, author Wanda Argersinger proves that the battle of the sexes is still being valiantly waged by some of the most nefarious means ever put to paper.
July 1, 2017
By Wanda M. Argersinger.