Friday, March 7, 2014

Compromising Postions


Title:  Compromising Positions
Author:  Mary Whitney
Genre:  Women’s Fiction
Publication Date:  January 23, 2014
Event Organized by:  Literati Author Services, Inc.


Synopsis

We weren’t supposed to be friends. We weren’t even supposed to like each other.

I’m Michael Grath. I’ll admit I was elected to Congress on my Republican family history. I was out to make a name for myself, until I met Jessie Clark, a spitfire Democrat.

She’d be my nemesis, if I could just stop thinking about her. We’ve got nothing and everything in common, and one big issue that divides us. All of this is going to land us in more than one compromising position.

And like I said, we weren’t supposed to be friends, we weren’t even supposed to like each other, and we certainly weren’t supposed to fall in love.

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About the Author

Even before she graduated from law school, Mary Whitney knew she wasn’t cut out to be a real lawyer. Drawn to politics, she’s spent her career as an organizer, lobbyist, and nonprofit executive. Nothing piques her interest more than a good political scandal or romance, and when she stumbled upon writing, she put the two together. A born Midwesterner, naturalized Texan, and transient resident of Washington, D.C., Mary now lives in Northern California with her two daughters and real lawyer husband.
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My Review:

I'm not into politics and since this book was based in Washington around politicians I wasn't really expecting to like it, but Surprisingly enough I did. ;)

Michael, a Republican Congressman and Jessie, a Democratic Congresswoman are such an unlikely couple and face many obstacles in the way of their relationship, but the story is endearing and I very much enjoyed it and look forward to reading more of Mary Whitney's books.