Enjoy “The MUSIC” from Act II!

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 So, pleasure yourself now with the la, la, la . . . musical references for Rallies, Fests, & Hot Tubs:  Having Fun Can Be HELL on Relationships II.  Just go to “RFH:  ACT II” under “The MUSIC” tab for YouTube links corresponding to the music throughout the book.

But first, have some fun with this excerpt including a la, la, la . . . from Chapter Five in which Justin gets his groove on.  After all, Justin has dedicated this book to his brother . . . who taught him how to dance . . .

The DJ returned and announced the last set for the night.  All the women who could squeeze, squirmy, or shimmy themselves onto the pole dance stage did so for one last hurrah . . . and photo op.  Justin and Amaris, adjacent, started to dance . . . and kept dancing long after the music had stopped.  Justina, feeling a tad depleted and deprived of attention, now, after some fourteen hours of non-stop partying, announced that she was heading for the tent.

Justin and Amaris continued to dance.  Amaris turned toward the stage and bent over, grabbing the edge of the black, vinyl-tiled plywood stage.  Justin continued to dance—against her rotundress rump—while several cell phones flashed.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . la, la, la . . . “Fat Bottomed Girls”  (Queen)

Justin didn’t know that fishnet could be so easy to get his fingers into and under.



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