Instead, she lives with her husband, Tom, and two children, Margaret and Jack, in the Quad Cities - with no immediate plans to train either child as an assassin. She wants to make that perfectly clear.
Sure, Tom is a professional bodyguard, but he is not from Australia - nor has he ever been there. Seriously, he can't even do the accent properly. And yes, she has a Pug (named Lucy) who has never, ever tried to seduce anything other than the sofa. She also has a basset hound and two cats - none of which possess any killer instincts whatsoever.
So there, you see, this book in no way mirrors Leslie Langtry's life. That's her story, and she's sticking to it.
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'Scuse Me While I Kill This Guy
No one really liked family reunions. I got that. But when I listen to people complain about it 'round the water cooler, I couldn't help rolling my eyes. I mean really, try it when you come from a family of assassins. Kind of gave "avoiding Aunt Jean's potato salad" a whole new meaning.
Guns Will Keep Us Together
Dakota Bombay is a bit of a playboy/assassin. Unfortunately, his world turns upside down when he finds a long-lost son and falls for a redheaded mortician.
Stand By Your Hitman
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I Shot you Babe
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