Short Nostalgic Contemporary Erotic Romance
by Lyndi Lamont
Heat Level 2
When Sunny McCafferty heads off to protest at the 1968 Democratic Convention, the last person she expects to meet, much less fall for, is a wounded Vietnam vet.
Not all of Joe Marcellino's wounds are on the outside. Being with Sunny makes him feel alive again. But can two people on opposite sides of a bitter divide make a go of it?
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What Readers and Reviewers Are Saying...
5 Hearts... "Lyndi Lamont almost does too good a job helping me remember the sixties. Families were split, relationships were sometimes made or dissolved because of the war in Viet Nam and protests at home. Both Sunny and Joe are excellent characters for their respective sides in the conflict. Ms. Lamont does a superb job building them and showing why they are who they are, why they've chosen the paths they have... This isn't light reading for those of us over fifty who remember those times. It has depth as well as a great romance." - Dee Dailey, The Romance Studio
4 roses... "Good Vibrations is a sexy read that touches on a tender subject, though in a wonderful way. Lyndi Lamont has created a short story with quite an impact. Joe and Sonia are both hurting and healing in their own way, though for many of the same reasons." - Jo, Sensual Reads
4 Cups... "Good Vibrations is one awesome read. From the beginning, this page-turner hooks the reader and does not let go, exhibiting the deep restless emotions of Joe and Sunny. I was captivated by the movement of the storyline in the way Lyndi Lamont relays a story that flows smoothly and engages, while developing the desire of these two remarkable characters. Joe and Sunny's actions begin like a percolator starting out slowly then intensifying as the brew only becomes stronger with some scorching effects." - Cherokee,
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Blue Ribbon Rating: 4.5... "Lyndi Lamont captures the emotional upheaval of those on opposing sides of the war in Vietnam with her story GOOD VIBRATIONS. Joe and Sunny are so different that I thought that there's no way they'd make a good couple but as I read I realized that I couldn't be more wrong. Their agreement to give peace a chance sets a wonderful tone for the whole train ride with hot love scenes that practically jump off the pages. It's once they arrive in Chicago that their differences become an issue and they have to decide what's truly important to them. Will they be able to find a way to make the peace between them last while the rest of the country is so at odds?" - Chrissy Dionne,
"Good Vibrations is a story of free love and free speech. On their overnight train ride from New York City to Chicago, Sunny and Joe were not a war vet and war protester, they were just two people with a strong attraction to one another. I like that even though their beliefs were different and they were on opposing sides they did not try to convince the other that their beliefs and what they were fighting for was wrong. One thing they both agreed on whole-heartedly is that it was much more fun making love with each other instead of war." - Ley, reviewed for Joyfully Reviewed at Amazon.com's Kindle store
"Ever wonder what the Sixties were like? In Good Vibrations, Lyndi Lamont captures the essence of those turbulent times from the viewpoints of two archetypical characters, a wounded soldier newly home from Vietnam and a young woman involved in the protest movements. When these two board the same train, attraction is immediate. They soon agree to make love, not war. The result is some of the hottest scenes a reader will find on wheels! This story jumped off the pages to touch my heart, take me back in time, and make me reach for a cold drink. For a sexy time machine, Good Vibrations is definitely 'where it's at'." - Deirdre O'Dare, author of past Amber Heat best sellers Pickup Man, To Protect and... Seduce?, and Treading Dangerous Ground
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