by J. I. Huston
No one knows or ever will know that Dottie cheated on her husband. Yet all through her years she gets hit with that affair like a step into Lake Superior. Sheep! Although she had never been around sheep, the innocent animals get Dottie involved with people, places and skullduggery she had only read about in her favorite mystery novels.
The affair ended because of sheep many years ago. Now Dottie is reintroduced to her lover while visiting in South America where she finds him owning one of the biggest sheep farms in Buenos Aires. Simply in South America to visit her son, Dottie finds herself in an international quagmire of illegal activities. She finds her potential future while helping solve these activities. She then finalizes the nagging thoughts of that affair so long ago. Just the thoughts the reminder will live on.
About the Author:
J. I. Huston was born in the far north of Minnesota in a house her Grandfather Gustafson built. Since then she has lived in a small town, loved her time visiting relative's farms, and now, as a Mother and Grandmother spends her time in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She remembers writing short stories and poetry as soon as she could print. As an Indiana University graduate and a retiree of Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne, she enjoys putting her imagination into story form.
(2015, Paperback, 32 pages)