Coerced by friends to visit a nudist
colony, Dave and Barbara find themselves in an awkward
situation. They are attracted to each other but human
insecurities come into play when trying to work out how to
approach the other…especially in Dave’s case, where the
attraction definitely will not go unnoticed.
Enter two nude people who are hot for one another and no
clue how to proceed without clothes. Humanity plays a huge
role in Just Another Day at the Beach and I
think that is what endeared it to me. I think Karen Rossi
nails male and female insecurities and makes Just
Another Day at the Beach come to life. A read you
really do not want to miss out on!