On the Face of It
Lee thinks her daughter's new friend is "nice". She thinks the new friend's mother is "friendly". Then she discovers the new friend's dad is TOO friendly by far, and before long finds herself in a sexy trap sprung by the over-eager Don Juan. This flirty suburban thriller has a delightful twist in its tail. BONUS addition: four tender, loving poems celebrating life and dear friends.
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