screenwriter Toby Brent has received twenty-five cassette tapes from Elle Sampson, a woman at the center of a notorious Miami scandal in 1999. Suffering from writer's block, he accepts an invitation to return to Miami to attend the annual South Beach magazine party hosted by Kim Kardashian and Kayne West. After a flash-forward, Ocean Drive tells two compelling stories: the modern day Elle, alternating go!! chapter by chapter with the childhood "Gabrielle." The two tales merge dramatically in the final act towards what the author calls, "a shocking climax." "Ocean Drive is pure narrative drive," says the author. "It is a book for the digital resource age where people are glued to their iPhones and iPads all day long. There is no fat. The chapters are short and fast-paced where (hopefully) you want to read just one more." Ocean Drive had its origins in 2001 as a WET magazine serial, Gabrielle, Diary of a South Beach It Girl.