by Jeanne McDonald
Release Date: August 16th 2016
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Sex. Lies. Greed. Power. Scandal. Politics.
From The Book Junkie Reads . . . Politically Incorrect . . .
Did the opening not get you. Sex. Lies. Greed. Power. Scandal. Politics. I believe that said it all. I was just awed, wowed, stunned, confused, revived, intrigued, titillated, captivated, and so much more. Go get this book.
Elizabeth has a job to do and do it she will. Notwithstanding the intense attraction to the young, hot, sexy, honest politician that she has been hired to work for. She needs to build a strategy that will get him elected and keep her hands to herself at the same time.
An honest politician. Not just honest but one with morals, respect, insight, and he's young. William was not expected. He forged his own strength, determination, passion, and set his sights forward.
I got great characters that were easy to connect with, well developed and written story-line, some powerful drama, alluring and forbidden romance, great lines, intense sexual tension, political insight with a little intrigue, and even a twist or two that you don't see coming.
Jeanne McDonald has gotten herself a reader that will be there. I fell in love with William and Elizabeth. They showed me a new side of politicians and he people that keep them running. There are hidden doors behind the frame they are build into.
Political strategist, Elizabeth McNeal has been called a lot of things throughout her career—bitch being at the top of the list—but she doesn’t let it get to her. She’s bold, she’s blunt, and she takes orders from no one. This is how she’s survived working in a man’s world. She’s the master of diversion, and her specialty is winning an election—no matter the cost.
That is, until she meets her new client, Democratic candidate, Congressman William Baxter. Kind, considerate, insanely handsome, honest, and ten years her junior, he’s a unicorn among politicians. He infuriates her. He challenges her. Most of all, he makes her see past the scandalous world of politics and helps her to discover the heart of the woman inside her.
With sparks flying between them and the election rapidly approaching, the last thing either of them need is to be caught in a compromising position. Some lines are meant to be crossed and some rules broken, but for Elizabeth and Liam is it worth the cost of being politically incorrect?
“You’ve been avoiding me all night, Elizabeth.”
My brain was on overload. His close proximity was killing my resolve. I pushed back against the very thing I wanted the most – to simply give into my desires. The pragmatic side of me took over, scratching and clawing to regain control.
“Congressman, if you haven’t noticed, I’ve been busy doing what you hired me to do.”
“I did hire you for a job. And I’ve been satisfied with you, until today.”
“I beg your pardon?” I gasped.
“I’ve just spent the last several hours selling you like you’re God himself. Not to mention all the hours I’ve invested in this campaign.”
“All of that’s true, and I thank you, but at this moment I don’t really care about the campaign.” He chuckled, taking a step forward, forcing my back against the lockers. I hit the metal with an oomph. My hands flattened against the cold steel. My eyes darted to the left and then to the right. This was bad. So bad. I began to freak over what our little standoff might look like to the media.
“Liam, we can’t do this here. What about the media?” I tried to push him back, but his large form wouldn’t budge.
“I don’t care,” he stated intensely.
“But I do. After tonight’s rally...” The corner of Liam’s mouth quirked upward. “Forget the rally or the media. Tell me why you’re avoiding me.”
He dipped his head, his lips brushing the shell of my ear. I withered at the feel of his tongue flicking my earlobe. All control was gone now. Kaput. Vanished. I was falling apart in his arms, which was the complete opposite of how he appeared to be.
Teeth grazed along my neck, a flick of his tongue followed. A small squeak and a heavy gasp expelled from me. My hands reached around his back, digging into the fabric of his jacket.
“Because I can’t resist you anymore.”
Damn him for being able to pull the truth out of me.
Jeanne McDonald is an author, a mother, a wife, a student of knowledge and of life, a coffee addict, a philosophy novice, a pop culture connoisseur, inspired by music, encouraged by words, and a believer in true love. When she's not spending time with her family, she can be found reading, writing, enjoying a great film, chatting with friends or diligently working toward her bachelor's degree in literature. A proud Texan, Jeanne currently resides in the Dallas/Fort Worth area with her family.
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