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Had his Dad used the word “chick magnet?”

Alex's woes continue in a new snippet!

Relatively Risky by Pauline Baird Jones

Alex’s woes continue in this snippet from Relatively Risky, the first book in my Big Uneasy series. 

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Rapid pacing, a sense of humor, lovable characters, and the no-holds-barred New Orleans setting make for a perfect storm of a mystery series. 

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He should have taken the front fence down a long time ago so he could park on the lawn, but Zach insisted a white picket fence was a chick magnet. 

A guy really didn’t want his dad saying chick magnet, let alone having one in the yard.

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