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Everyone wanted to give him the kiss of life.Ty Cody is one of the hottest straight studs at Millers Bluff Uni and no one knows that more than his girlfriend, Tina. She also knows he has a wandering eye and when her father decides that she’ll spendMoreEveryone wanted to give him the kiss of life.Ty Cody is one of the hottest straight studs at Millers Bluff Uni and no one knows that more than his girlfriend, Tina. She also knows he has a wandering eye and when her father decides that she’ll spend the ten-week summer break with the family in Europe – no boyfriends allowed – she hatches a scheme that will stop him from playing around while she’s away. She persuades him to get a job as a lifeguard at a resort. He readily agrees in the hope he can raise enough money to join her before the end of vacation time. When Ty arrives at Rainbow Cove, he’s shocked to find it’s a gay resort. The money’s good but his virginity is at risk because all the hot gay guys have a bet going to see who can get him to come over to the other side.Excerpt:I heard the excitement as the island hove into view. Rainbow Cove Resort was but a small part of the island although it was the only inhabited section- the remainder was bush and sand kept as wild as possible for the small amount of native wildlife, meaning there were a few no-go areas, the remainder fenced off for bush walks. I turned to look at what would be my home for the next six months. I whistled in appreciation. The brochures and photos on the web just didn’t do it justice. It did, indeed, look like fuckin’ paradise.All my doubts and fears disappeared. I was eager to get on with it, although I had no idea as yet what ‘it’ involved apart from my job description as ‘lifeguard.’ In Australia the difference between lifesaver and lifeguard was the difference between voluntary work and paid employment. I was definitely in the paid category.The hotel rose majestically in a flat area set back from the yellow sands of the beach, protected from the wilder elements by the cove. Hills rose to the back of the complex, and about a mile to the left of the main building was a waterfall, obviously man-made because as far as my reading revealed, there were no rivers on the island. It cascaded in a spectacular fall that would kill anyone who attempted to ride down it. There was also an enormous swimming pool on the right side of the complex, obviously for those who didn’t wish to brave the surf.The arm placed around my shoulder shook me from my day dreams. It was Muscles. My immediate response was not to shake his arm off but to appreciate his strength. This was a guy you’d want as a buddy. A guy I definitely wanted to know better.“Listen, mate,” he said, “Much as the two of us think you’re a prize asshole, we couldn’t let you get off the boat clueless.”“I guess I was a bit hard on you,” Tink said, then giggled at his double entendre.I was cautious. “Okay.”“You sticking to your story you have no idea what Rainbow Cove is all about?” Muscles asked. I nodded. “You don’t know what the symbolism of the rainbow some guys have inked on their arms?”“I thought they were sucking up to management.”“Oh, dude. You are so naïve.”“Much as I’d love to see you fall on that delectable ass of yours…” Tink waited for my reaction to his comment about my ass. I wasn’t biting. “Hm, no reaction. I guess that’s a slight improvement, although I was hoping you’d say ‘Kiss my ass’ and I would have been down on my knees so fast you wouldn’t have seen me until you felt my tongue in your crack.”“Stop it,” Muscles said. “Don’t confuse the man.”“Go on then, tell him.