In this fourth book in the Annie McCauley series, Annie McCauley hasn’t given up on her dream of being a high fashion model. Her evil arch rival, Brittany Carstairs who grew up in the same trailer park in Mesa View Texas has gotten her fired from every job she’s had, but when she lands a new modeling gig she’s sure Brittany won’t get the best of her and she’ll be able to quit her job working for Ida Grolsch delivering and protecting people.
But before she can say, “Foiled again!” she’s pounding the pavement and working with Luther Grolsch, Ida’s sexy, dangerous, son who just happens to be in love with Annie. Annie takes the gig to pay the rent and asks herself, “How difficult could it be to deliver two old geezers to Key West?” Four corpses later, Annie has her answer and a family mystery that must be solved with the help of Luther and her gay, Latino, sidekick, Luis.
In the spirit of well known characters like Stephanie Plum and Rose Gardner, Annie, though often in over her head, keeps trying to do her best.
About the Author
Willee is as quirky as the characters he creates. He writes under several pennames on a wide varitey of subjects. He likes to keep in shape by jogging his memory and jumping to conclusions. While he doesn't practice yoga Willee does like to stay limber by stretching the truth.
When he's not slaving over a hot computer while cackling like a mad man, you will often find him outdoors with one or more of his four legged furry friends. He's kind of a rambling guy sometimes found in the Southwest and other times along one of the coasts. Most of the time he's in the United States, but liable to pop up just about anywhere when you least expect.
Willee is not a serious person.