St. Cloud, Minnesota - D.E. Brobst, the director of K-12/Secondary Teacher Interns for the College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University in Minnesota, recently released his first novel, Knock Until the Dog Barks: An Adventure in Puerto Vallarta.
The story starts when two American families find themselves entangled in Puerto Vallarta's Romantic Zone, a symbiotic place where tourists thrive and imbibe in excellent dining, exciting nightlife, and spectacular sunsets culminating in moonlit nights.
In this scintillating spot, a mother and daughter arrive for a vacation after a family wedding in Minneapolis. They were told that the happy couple (son and daughter-in-law) are honeymooning in Aruba. The daughter rebels against her over-protective mother, wanting to find fun and frolic in Puerto Vallarta's Romantic Zone.
Adding to the scene, her brother's college roommate escaped to Puerto Vallarta to avoid being best man at the wedding. Adding to the mix, a native waiter becomes enthralled with the daughter. Lives and secrets unravel, as fathers and sons, mother and daughter, and a Mexican waiter struggle to find their identities.
See what happens when those spectacular sunsets culminate in moonlit nights. Lives and secrets unravel, as everyone who wasn’t supposed to be in Puerto Vallarta shows up. Knock until the Dog Barks is howling good fun!