A Dispute Over Phoenix Leash Laws Starts a Neighborhood Battle

It was not as though Lulu lacked manners.


It was Cinco de Mayo, and sometimes a girl just . . . loses all self-control.

When the front door swung open, Lulu took one look at the chaos inside the home and threw herself into the party. She went straight to the couch and knocked a beer out of the hand of an attorney sitting there. Lulu then drank in the scene.

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