Boy, love is hard. Break-ups are harder. I suppose none of us knows how long we’re going to have the things that are most important to us, so cherish them while you can.
Just keep in mind that whenever you see a guy who is angry, mad, down on his luck, he might have a story like Cole’s. Maybe his wife left him the same day on dog bit his leg off too.
Clearly, Professor Lambert knows what is going on. How does he know? Keep reading to find out.
There’s the rub of this novel. You, as the reader, know up front due to the title and book cover that a toilet gator is afoot. Therefore, you know what is doing it, but you still need to hang back and read on as our heroes figure out what is happening and why.
Does Cole really have a tiny peen? The world may never know. How would the mayor know?
Boy, that Angry Barracuda sure does pack a wallop.
I’ve never been a huge fan of marijuana based comedy. “Tee hee hee, we’re so high!” seems so easy. Low hanging fruit.
But…it fits Professor Lambert’s character. More to be revealed, but if you haven’t guessed it yet, our humble educator thinks he deserves better than a position at a two-year community college.
Bonus points for a Cheech and Chong reference.
When we’re young, we have plenty of fight in us.
As we get older, we get knocked around. We become less inclined to put up our dukes.
Hell, sometimes if someone is willing to fight you for something, it’s easier to just let them have it.
We can tell that Cole is equally happy to see his ex-wife because he misses her. He drinks in her presence like a thirsty man might drink water.
But he also doesn’t want to fight her. So he lets her have the case, no questions asked.
Rusty still has some fight left in him. Why do you think that is?
And who is right? Cole or Rusty?