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No Substitute for Money (Subbing isn't for Sissies Book 2)

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  • Sales Rank:20,844
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:272
  • Publication Date:May 19, 2013
  • ASIN:B00CXS50Q6


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(If you enjoy this sequel to NO SUBSTITUTE FOR MURDER, check out the third in the series, NO SUBSTITUTE FOR MATURITY)

Substitute teacher Barbara Reed knows better than to say the word “perfect.” Using the P-word is a sure way to jinx romance, finance, and circumstance.

Despite a chronic shortage of funds, things are looking up for Barb after the events of NO SUBSTITUTE FOR MURDER. She’s completing grad school and hoping for a job at Captain Meriwether High School in Reckless River, Washington. Her drug-cop boyfriend, Dave Martin, wants to move in and his daughter is all in favor. Even Barb’s tiny dog Cheese Puff has no objections—undaunted by size, he’s infatuated with Dave’s partner Lola, a drug-sniffing Golden Retriever.

Then Dave uses the P-word. And Barb’s luck leaves town.

Her car breaks down, her domineering sister comes for a visit, the condo manager plots to ban dogs, her jailed ex-husband begs her to be a character witness at his trial, a computer hacker creates chaos at the high school, and a hulking thug threatens violence.

Just when it appears things can’t get worse, Lola sniffs out a package in her car and a drug dealer decides Barb and Cheese Puff are his tickets out of trouble.

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