For stay-at-home dad Deuce Winters, the cutthroat world of suburban kiddie sports leagues is unavoidable. In his small town of Rose Petal, Texas, Moises Huber is known as the King of Soccer. But it seems the king may have fallen from his throne when he disappears--along with $73,000 of the Rose Petal Youth Soccer Association's registration fees. Deuce calls foul and begins a bizarre search that leads him to a high-stakes gambling ring, a band of shrewd smugglers, and one heckuva Texas-sized mega church. As he closes in on the truth, Deuce has only one goal in mind: stay on the ball and out of the penalty zone before his opponent can make a killer pass--and still have dinner ready on time. . .
"Laugh-out-loud funny. A terrific read!" --Laura Levine on Stay at Home Dead
Kensington Publishing Corporation