Complicated Matters

Complicated Matters

by L F Gillis


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Heath Taylor is a screw up Miami cop living in the past.
Farrah Mathews is a small-town basketball star with a free ride to college.
Morgansville, Florida is a small town full of clean streets and dirty secrets.
Since the death of his wife, Taylor has been hanging on to his job by a thread.
When County Sheriff Daniels is arrested for drug trafficking, Taylor is loaned out to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. He is sent to Morgansville undercover as interim sheriff. His assignment: Protect the Mathews' family and figure out where Daniels is getting his drugs.
Taylor and Farrah's worlds collide when he informs her of her parents' deaths. She is forced give up her scholarship, in order to keep her brothers out of foster care, and takes over the family farm.
After months of watching over the family he develops feelings for the young woman.
Murder, dark secrets, forbidden feelings, and an ancient water route that's as much a character as it is part of the scenery makes for some very "Complicated Matters."

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781500114732
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/26/2014
Pages: 148
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.32(d)

About the Author

The Southern Woman. She's bold, strong, hard working and human.
When she's happy, it's contagious. When she's sad, she cries alone.
She's your mother, your sister, your aunt, and your best friend.
She's behind the register at the grocery store. She's in front of the class teaching your kids. She's your hairdresser, your waitress, and your bartender.
She's tight jeans on Saturday night, and modest clothes on Sunday morning.
She's in the fields, in the yards, and the woman changing her tire in the parking lot. She cuts grass, makes dresses, tends gardens, bakes cookies, chops firewood, and rocks her and babies to sleep.
Her gentle hands caresses and fevered child's forehead. Sometimes, those hands are as hard as stone.
She's available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
She sings in the church choir and has a mouth like a sailor.
She'll never profess to being perfect, but has a hard time admitting it when she's wrong.
We live in the biggest cities and the smallest towns. We're speeding down the interstate and walking along the dirt roads.
These are the women LF Gillis writes about. When she's not writing, LF Gillis is hanging with her family.

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