The Cheap Kindle Daily read is Bad Luck Cadet by Suzie Ivy
The genre is Memoir with a 5 star rating at only 99 Cents!
“I read this book in one sitting and hated to see it end. What a great story of life and perseverance. Oh, and I almost forgot, laughter. I cheered for Suzie every step of the way. I laughed and cried with her. It was wonderful to see someone refuse to give up, take a realistic look at what they want in life and then go after it. I don’t think this book is just for women but I do think it gives us females a new hero. Yes, she’s 45-years-old but she’s what every woman can achieve if she sets her mind to it. I’m in the middle years of raising my children. I love being a mom but once upon a time I dreamed of being a veterinarian. Suzie made me realize I can someday achieve my dream. READ THIS BOOK! My husband is engrossed right now. I just saw him smile.” –Amanda Borden (Amazon Review)
At the age of twenty-five you have your whole life in front of you. When you’re forty-four years old, forty pounds overweight, and laying in bed with a broken hip, what do you have? Depression, red wine and no future, or so Suzie Ivy thought.
An advertisement on a drugstore bulletin board changed Suzie’s thinking and lands her in the police academy. Was she out of her mind? No, and she decided to live up to the challenge. The biggest question; is the Police Academy ready for Suzie Ivy?
This story is filled with determination, full body muscle pain and laughter. Did you know, to pass the new polygraph testing, you sit on butt plates because your butt cheeks clench when you lie? Or how a normal person feels after being administered the rigorous psychological testing with the end result for passing being low pay, enormous amounts of stress, and the pleasure of working graveyard shifts? The advertisement should have read, “Crazy People Wanted.”
The Bad Luck Cadet is Gunnery Sergeant Hartman, from Full Metal Jacket, training both Thelma and Louise wrapped up in one five foot three inch package. The test of wills begin, but who will survive?
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I became a police officer in my 40’s. I’m now a Detective in a small Arizona town and I write about my adventures. My granddaughter calls me Princess Cop though most days my tiara is slightly crooked.
To learn more about this author, visit http://badluckdetective.wordpress.com/