I say that I will not do a Review until I see "The End" at, of course, the end! But my trust in Dual Writer is such, and his tales of the Sharp Dynasty in Florida so entertaining, I couldn't let this one go...so read on!
There are two schools of thought on how a story should be written. The 'wam-bam-thank-you-ma'am' approach which includes the four 'F' methods, and the idealistic approach of telling a tale involving the minutiae of everyday life as it involves the main characters... my approved way of involving the reader in the everyday life of the heroes and heroines.
So, to the review; Mark Robbins, our hero, is a shafted nice guy whose wife is poised to take him to the cleaners after giving him the children he so wanted, and leaves him in the gutter as she takes off with most of his posessions and money.
Mark thankfully ends up with my favorite family in FLA, the Sharps! Where he proceeds to take over as the odd-job man in the trailer park.
Then he proceeds to meet with sundry females who find him irresitible...
We are promised regular updates in the form of tri-weeky published chapters, and from previous stories it seems that only hell and high water will keep him from his appointed schedule.