Secretary, and accomplished rubber-band ninja, Victoria Childs is having a rough time. Her boss is intolerable, her job is tedious, and to top it all off the vending machine steals her last quarter. She’s tired. She’s in a rut. She wants to get out from under it and find adventure. True excitement always seems just beyond her reach. But one evening, in her rush to leave the office for the weekend, she becomes a bit careless! Suddenly she is running for her life as her mundane world explodes into chaos around her. In desperation, she falls into the protective arms of the dazzling, yet somewhat impenetrable, Detective Varner. Is there honesty behind his angelic face? Can she trust him? Can she trust anyone? Can she even trust herself? Find out in Neeley Bratcher’s first novel, Childs’ Proof!
**WARNING! WARNING! This book does have adult material! Meaning, there are some bad words (not excessive), sex (again, not excessive), and adult humor. There is also complete and total silliness that will make you laugh out loud and embarrass yourself in public (believe me, I've had emails!). So, if you're looking for a lighthearted read, with some bad words, sex, and adult humor, this book is for you. If any of these things offends you, go ahead and move on. End Disclaimer :)
About the Author
Neeley Bratcher has been called a "comic genius" by her unbelievably intelligent mother! She has been called "Central Illinois' answer to Janet Evanovich" by a completely imaginary person! And her husband says, "I'm sure she's great!" (He doesn't read). There have been no awards yet, unless you count the bathroom-mirror Oscar she got last night for Best Adapted Screenplay. She does, however, expect to win a Tony for her musical adaptation of the show "America's Funniest Home Videos." It's a series of random musical numbers, mostly 80's music, and a bunch of old people falling down, some farting babies, and a group of men getting kicked in the cojones. She anxiously awaits feedback, good or bad, but any bad comments must be submitted on a fine, linen napkin and they have to smell like a very nice cologne. Honestly, I try to keep things funny and light, with a hint of suspense, and an even bigger hint of some darn good nookie! Please feel free to like me on Facebook as I do not have a website yet. Happiness is a great gift! If I can spread mine around a bit, then I've done my job!