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Malibu Boomers, Gen Xers, & Millenials

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Brett Davenport and César Abelló escape the January cold of Washington for the warmth of Southern California. A potential real estate transaction serves as an excuse for a vacation in Los Angeles and a side trip to Napa. An entertainment attorney, a music mogul, a guesthouse owner, a celebrity interior designer, a movie star, a museum executive, and a couple of influencers combine to make the trip a memorable experience for the two affluent DILFs.

Brock Burnett's the creation of Jack Scribe.

This is a work of fiction set in the real world.
Names, characters, places, and incidents are products of the author's imagination or are used fictitiously

Any other resemblance to actual events, locales, or persons, living or dead, is coincidental.

Copyright © 2020 Carlos Hazday; All Rights Reserved.

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  • 1. New Year's Eve
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  • 2. Miles
    • 4,424 Words
  • 3. Greg
    • 4,590 Words
  • 4. Yves
    • 5,580 Words
  • 5. Eddie
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Carlos, Carlos, Carlos:

As much as I'd like to admonish you by calling you 'Ya ole horndog', I'm afraid you'll see it as just more praise. Lol

La La Land, sun-scorched lizards aka over-tanned, leather-skinned, George Hamilton wanna be's trying to ride Hogs.

What could possibly go Sideways (tip of the Napa wine glass to that flick), for your intrepid dynamic duo. Just when readers thought only CJ & Oz could wreck havoc. (oops meant have 'adventures'. Trying to avoid adjectives and nouns overused by orange he wonderful).

Next chapter? 


Ps Stay Save, Well and extend distancing from the ongoing mayhem! Afraid things are going to get much worse.


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My forties were some of the most fun years of my life. I had a little money and my body could handle what it can't these days. I figure Brett and Cesar should share some of their shenanigans with us as they hit that age milestone. I haven't posted a work in progress in a long time so when readers make guesses or suggestions, it's usually too late for them to be incorporated in the story. That, I hope I've proved, does not mean I don't pay attention. :P

Thanks for the 'pink' wine alert!

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