SEX, LIES & HOT TUBS - a women's fiction novel by Elissa Ambrose

http://www.amazon.com/Sex-Lies-Hot-Tubs-ebook/dp/B0079OSS2M

 

Where is Jeffrey? His wife hasn't seen him in days—and neither has his girlfriend. Has Jeffrey pulled a runner, or is he pushing daisies?

 

Meet Ellen Dunwell, doting wife, loving mother, high school teacher extaordinaire. She's convinced that her husband, the respected Dr. Jeffrey Dunwell, successful dermatologist, wonderful father, great lover, is having another affair. As if that's not bad enough, her friends don't understand her, her neighbor's son is a Peeping Tom, and her angst-ridden teenage daughter is stashing pot in her room and dating a control freak. When Jeffrey suddenly disappears, Ellen nearly slips over the edge. Instead, she pulls herself together and sets out on a mission to find him—only to get caught up in a web of intrigue and danger, where nothing is as it seems and the stakes are her life.

 

What readers are saying about Sex, Lies & Hot Tubs:

"Plenty of humor sprinkled in with intrigue! Really a delightful read!" "a wickedly funny suburban romp" "on the edge of my seat all the way to the stunning ending" "If you're looking for a fast, lifelike piece of women's fiction, look no further. You won't regret it."

 

Fav line:

"It wasn't just her yelling at me in the parking lot, it was that she was yelling at all. I mean, really. The woman was a vegan."

 

About the Author:

Elissa Ambrose was born in Montreal, Canada. After graduating from McGill University with a degree in English, for some strange reason she embarked on a career in computer programming. Seventeen years later, after an amicable parting with technology, she returned to her first love—the written word. First she was an editor at a company that produced educational material, and later at a literary magazine. Prior to Sex, Lies & Hot Tubs, she published four romances with Harlequin and several short stories. She and her husband now live in Arizona. (Yes, it's hot. But it's a dry heat, remember? And you can't shovel heat.)

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