Thursday, April 4, 2013

"Mom Con," by K. Morris

Single mom Anita grapples with a lawsuit from her ex-employer, and concocts a plan to launch a night club while juggling her complicated relationships.

Mom Con, by K. Morris

"I loved the three main characters and hated (or at least strongly disliked) their ex-boss, so I managed to suspend my disbelief and start pulling for them in their attempt to get even. He'd still done plenty to deserve it. The story of how they extract their revenge was a fun one (think The Sting or some other con game like that) and, with the exception of the too frequent typos and other proofing misses I kept tripping over, it was a fun, well-written, and relatively quick read. Readers who don't have an inner editor or lawyer aching to get out should eat this one up." -- BigAl, Amazon Top 500 reviewer

Meet Anita Henry, a hard-working, single mom trying to launch her own business after losing her job. The only problem is a nasty lawsuit charging her with stealing secrets from her ex-employer.

Corporate espionage? Please. Her single greatest offense was a fashion felony. But when a shady court ruling forces Anita to cease and desist, she’s determined to set things right.

Her plan involves launching the hippest night spot in town, but can she work her scheme while juggling her brother the musician, who likes her couch just a little too much; his manager, who’s prone to some sketchy accounting practices; an ex-husband who can’t seem to remember those child support payments; and an old flame who wouldn't mind heating things up again?


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