My friend, author Shelly Arkon keeps coming up with the best stories. Lucky for me she shares. It's like getting chocolate without the calories and fat. She's so sweet they banned her from Hershey, Pennsylvania for competing with the chocolate kisses. (Just kidding) She's so sweet, there's a rumor circulating around Hawaii about the C and H sugar factory changing their name to S and A Sugar and Books.(Even big company's know sweetness when they see it.) One chocolate company wants to change the name of their famous candy bars to Shellyfingers in a tribute to her hard-working, lovely hands. In fact, she's so sweet I couldn't help but write a short review.Was I simply supposed to reveal the dynamic cover?
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Monica Bowman is new and she’s very pretty. The boss of the paralegal department however, is Victoria Sheek who has more in common with Cruella Deville than Judge Judy. That’s the problem with the family law firm—it’s kind of running on some sort of runaway hormones and no one knows how to tame the firm. Perhaps Mr. Carr, one of the founding partners can help—maybe—and that’s a big maybe. This action-packed story has the legalese passion and grueling experiences derived from excellent research or possibly a stellar memory, regarding work at a large law-firm. Shelly Arkon is not a newcomer to the publishing industry. Her book Secondhand Shoes is quickly becoming a bestseller and once you read The Partner’s Progeny, you’ll understand why. Read the The Partner’s Progeny and find out if Monica has any chance of making it at Pereene, Carr and Sevino.
Available for Kindle in July.
How Sweet is she??
When Shelly isn't doing the laundry, cleaning, cooking, chasing grand-kids listening to daughter drama (five of them), or lopping heads of hair at the salon, she’s writing beside her two fur-peeps, Sir Poops and Hair Ball, popping an occasional chocolate while her hubby is flipping through TV channels.She lives in New Port Richey with her husband and two dogs. She’s also a member of Florida Writer’s Association and Writer’s of Mass Distraction.
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