Elaine, widowed the night her son was born, and her younger sister struggle to survive. They start The Mopsters: The Mopping Sisters, because cleaning homes lets them care for Elaine’s son while earning a living.
At his below par public school, Elaine’s son’s innate brilliance is more disruptive than appreciated.
Elaine and her son visit a school for the gifted. For the first time, he feels normal. Unfortunately, they cannot afford private school tuition.
While visiting the school, the two sisters meet an available, handsome man.
Elaine finally gets a high paying housecleaning client. The handsome man visits their home and seems wonderful.
It seems their only problem is which sister gets the man?
Neither the handsome man nor the client are who & what they claim to be.
Elaine and her sister will be trapped between The Mob and the FBI, armed only with their mops.
Love of family will triumph.
Targeted Age Group:: teen to young adult
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
My business caters to the unsung heroes of the modern world, the many men and women who clean houses for a living. Many of them are well paid, but others, just stumbling into cleaning on their own, undervalue their work and therefore are underpaid.
This book is dedicated to all cleaning professionals, and to their children.
It is also dedicated to all self-employed and family owned businesses. We people who work together for love more than money are a special breed. I’m proud to be a part of that select group.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
My amazing younger sister helped inspire this book. We never had to endure what the two lead characters did in my book, but I know that if I had been in similar spot as Elaine, she would have helped me. Like the book's younger sister, my real life little sister is also cuter than me, and sometimes that made me jealous. She was (and still is) more inhibited than Kaye (with an e), and is a wonderfully fun person to be around.
The son was inspired by every child trapped in an underperforming school. For a few months I attended such a school. I'm grateful it was only a few months.
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