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Humble Ted Mitchell was living his dream as the proud owner of an ice cream truck when he met the lovely Laura Iverson...and her three children. Attracted to the single mother at first sight, Ted thought maybe she could be the wife and family he had always wanted. Casual conversation during their first few dates led to them starting their own investigation into the alleged deaths of Ted's cousin, Myles Mitchell and Myles's wife, Yvette. Even though all appearances pointed toward the couple having perished on the lake in a houseboat explosion, there was something very fishy about the tragedy. When Laura's children's antics became more than Ted thought he could handle (never mind Laura's dangerous ex-husband, her wacky mother, the mob, and an FBI agent posing as a French waiter), he was soon wishing to have his old life back. Sometimes, it's best not to open a can of worms unless you're actually fishing--for fish–and not for murder suspects.
About the Author
Natalie Alder write stories about romance. They center on learning about the characters backgrounds, personalities and life circumstances that mold them into who they are and how they love. She's a sassy 50-something year old. She lives in a quiet farming town in New England with my husband of seventeen years and our three rescued cats. After college Natalie facilitated improvement in the physical abilities of children and the elderly then took the opportunity to enjoy her creative side. She loves to sew, knit, write...sing and drink martinis (not necessarily at the same time). Rick Johnson lives in Mississippi with his Labrador/beagle mix, Connor. After a long and highly lucrative career in robbing banks, he decided to step away from that line of work because the rising cost of gasoline made driving the get away car too expensive. Now, with so much free time on his hands, he decided to pursue writing. When he's not writing and remembering the glory days in the banking industry, he can be found buying Connor vanilla milkshakes at Sonic.