He finally finds a woman he can love but she plans to be the President of the United States…
Annalise Masters Manwaring, one of the twin president’s daughters, knows what she wants and how to get it. But when she meets cranky, arrogant Luke Branson, she’s derailed in a big way. She has to choose between him and her political career. Luke, wounded by his brutal past, knows he’ll never fit into her life. Both have impossible decisions to make.
For some reason, I love books with a political setting, and I don't actually consider myself to be all that political, and definitely have never had the desire to be in politics...but, the books are fun.
Luke and Annalise work together, although at the beginning of the book, you get the impression that he would rather that was not the case.
However, as often happens in a romance novel, the characters realize that they have a connection with one another, and it's one that they want to explore. The problem? Luke is her boss and Annalise wants to follow in her father's political footsteps and eventually become President, and the scandal of being involved with her boss is an issue for her future in politics.
So, she comes up with a solution that makes sense to her, and causes more issues for them when he doesn't agree. And, it's interesting as the logical solution is the one that Annalise brought to the table, the emotional one is Luke. I likes the switch to what is "expected" as well as the way they managed to work it out.
I enjoyed and recommend this title.
A NEW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY bestselling author, Kathryn Shay has been a lifelong writer and teacher. She has written dozens of self-published original romance titles, print books with the Berkley Publishing Group and Harlequin Enterprises and mainstream women’s fiction. One of her firefighter books hit #20 on the NEW YORK TIMES list. Her novels have been serialized in COSMOPOLITAN magazine and featured in USA TODAY, THE WALL STREET JOURNAL and PEOPLE magazine. There are over ten million copies of her books in print and downloaded online. Readers call her work heartwarming.