Tara Holloway might be having a bad hair day. Or month. But she's got eyes in the back of her head...and when it comes to taxes, no one's going to leap through a loophole on her watch! When you're an agent for the IRS, it's always tax time. And this season, Tara is up to her neck in work with two very knotty cases. One involves a charismatic minister who's using his mega-church as a tax shelter. The other is a crazy militant who's trying to turn Texas into a separate country. With her boyfriend out of town and her partner reassigned, Tara is on her own-and things are getting hairy. If dealing with the Lone Star State isn't enough, Tara has other new issues to take into account: There's a sexy new agent named Nick, who's got her head in the clouds...and Tara's boss, Lu, who's having a hair problem of epic proportions: not even her Chinese contraband industrial-strength hairspray is enough to keep her signature strawberry blonde beehive from falling flat. Can Tara help Lu find a wig-and keep from wigging out over Nick? Love, updos, taxes-this time, Tara's got a whole lot of kinks to iron out...
The book in many ways is not a religious book. It is a book about God and our relationship with him. The author does not profess to have any spiritual contact with God, but his life's experience seem to have channeled his mind and thoughts to a God who is so different to our image of God that most religions have today. Fear seems to be the guiding force behind most religions, but fear of God plays no part in the God the author portrays. The life that we live on this earth is a separate life that plays no part in the life we go to when we die. The book opens up a new world for us to live in. A world in which all nationalities could come together as a family and live at last in harmony and peace.