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Super Dad

By Farrell McNulty All Rights Reserved ©

Humor / Adventure

Blurb

Scott is a single dad living in a small town who only dreams of the best life for his daughter. The dream turns into a nightmare when she doesn't come home from...homecoming at school. He drives himself to the brink of insanity in his search for the little girl, then springs into action when he stumbles upon a lead as to her whereabouts. For the rest, you'll simply have to read on, for THE WORST IS YET TO COME!

Hi.


My name is Scott, I’m 33 years old and I’m a Tech Support Specialist. I love playing softball during the day on weekends and video games at night. I have a beautiful 11 year-old daughter, Sammy. I’m so proud of her. She’s really awesome – pretty, super-smart and responsible. I have really big dreams for her. I’m a single dad. My ex-wife had a nervous breakdown after Sammy’s birth. She wasn’t sure she could handle being a mom and she took off.

I started a new life with my daughter in a small suburban town where everybody knows everybody else and it’s fantastic. Been here 10 years. I wanted Sammy to be brought up in a safe, nurturing environment. I wasn’t sure how long I’d stay out here, I was just trying it on for size, but it’s been a great fit. I see myself dancing at Sammy’s wedding at this local VFW hall, and spoiling my grandchildren.

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