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Product Details

  • Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: HarperTeen (September 1, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0061724394
  • ISBN-13: 978-0061724398
  • Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 5.2 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,428,510 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Grade 7–10—Morgan Abbott is just your normal 18-year-old except for one glaring detail: she's the First Daughter of the United States. Although outsiders might think she's got it all—a hot boyfriend, cool best friend, tricked-out limo, and 24/7 protection—she's actually got her share of problems, too. Konner is pressuring her to go beyond kissing; her mother's presidential duties keep her very busy; and the paparazzi and tabloids have started to take notice of Morgan's sometimes zany behavior. When circumstances arise that would allow her to act as her mother's double so that Mom can go out on a top-secret mission, the teen accepts the challenge. After all, this could make up for all the crazy stuff she's done in the past. Plus, when her new, totally cute, young secret service agent starts getting friendly, who knows what could happen? This is a light and entertaining read for teens who like some politics with their romance.—Traci Glass, Eugene Public Library, OR
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Reading this book made me want to watch First Daughter (which I already own).
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This book is hilarious and relatable to teens, even though the main character is in a very unique situation.
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In addition, I really liked Hannah (Morgan's best friend) she was really cool and down to earth.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By TeensReadToo on September 4, 2009
Format: Paperback
Morgan, aka the Tornado, has a unique talent for messing up and getting into trouble. Normal teens might get away with some of her mishaps, but not the President's daughter. Since she's in the limelight, some of her escapades actually become news.

She's just lost her school's presidential race. She's trying to juggle her boyfriend, schoolwork, and a best friend all while under intense security scrutiny. When her security detail switches, she finds herself developing feelings for her Secret Service bodyguard.

Morgan's also having a hard time communicating with her mother. Their talks are always interrupted with special meetings and phone calls. It seems like her mother has time for everyone in the world, except her only daughter. When her mother needs to address a vital situation, Morgan fills in as the President of the United States.

While Morgan simply wants to live a normal life, is it possible to have average experiences given that she lives in the White House? Or will she adjust and learn to like the advantages that come with her mother's station?

Cassidy Calloway writes an expose of a first daughter's life filled with hilarious moments, a little romance, and saving the world one meeting at a time. Morgan's adventures are not to be missed.

Reviewed by: Jennifer Rummel
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michelle Schwartz on September 10, 2009
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What a riot! Morgan Abbott is appropriately nicknamed the Tornado by her hunky secret service guy. If it can go wrong, it will for Morgan, daughter of the first-ever female President. We're talking skirt-falling-down-while-on-stage, paparazzi-photos-of-lopsided-boobs, allergy-attack-at-the-Worst-Possible-Moment kind of disasters. The misadventures are funny, but Morgan's thoughts and comments are funnier.

Cassidy Calloway has created a character who is a walking disaster but who handles it all gracefully and with a sense of humor. After all, having the President as your mother teaches a girl to be prepared. And prepared she must be if she is going to pull off the big switch, covering for her mom while she does some presidential negotiation out of town. Can Morgan pull it off, or will this be her biggest disaster yet?

I won't tell you what happens. I will say I laughed. A lot. Out loud. Throw in some yummy guys, a dash of international intrigue and some white chocolate gingersnaps, and you've got Confessions of a First Daughter.

Confessions is fun. It's exciting. I can't wait to see what Cassidy Calloway comes up with next.
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By 1110cg on August 16, 2013
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Confessions of a First Daughter follows Morgan Abbott through her sometimes disastrous adventures as the first daughter. This book is hilarious and relatable to teens, even though the main character is in a very unique situation. The plot flows nicely, and about halfway through the book comes an unexpected curveball to the story. Calloway writes well through a teenagers eyes and grasps the overdramatic personalities of her characters. Overall 5/5 stars; I look forward to reading the sequel, Secrets of a First Daughter.
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By Nicole on September 29, 2012
Format: Paperback
Cassidy Calloway's Confessions of a First Daughter is one of those books that are good to have when you're waiting for something to happen. They're short, they're sweet, they're easy to read - but they're mainly mind candy. The most interesting character was Morgan's best friend, who we - sadly - do not see enough of.

Though all of the characters in Calloway's novel were fleshed out, they were all rather stereotypical. The plot line was predictable and the whole story rather... well, stereotypical.

However, as I did mention, it was mind candy. It was fun to read.
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What a really fun novel! Over this past weekend I saw the movie, Chasing Liberty, which is very similar to this book (with the first daughter and secret service agent aspect) and so I was inspired to read this book!
One of the best parts about this book was seeing Morgan trying to deal with life as the president daughter, but also trying to live her in life as a normal teen!

I really liked how down to earth Morgan is and how she is so normal. While she is the president's daughter, she still is normal and is a very grounded person and still deals with everyday problems (most of the time!) that we all deal with!

Overall, this was a quick, fun read that I recommend that you all check out!!
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My Thoughts: Have you ever seen the movie First Daughter starring Katie Holmes? Confessions Of A First Daughter reminded me a lot of that movie. In other words, I loved it! Reading this book made me want to watch First Daughter (which I already own). We meet Morgan Abbott who is the President of the United States daughter. She is 18 and just wants to be normal, not be covered with media attention all the time. There is always attention on her to be on her best behavior. She has a best friend named Hannah who is always there for her and would drop anything she's doing at the drop of a hat for Morgan. She isn't best friends with Morgan because of who she is either, she is very sincere and a real friend. Morgan also has a boyfriend named Konner. You could see from the get go he was just dating her for the popularity factor. He thought it made him look good. To me, he was a creep. Morgan also runs for class president and of course things don't go as planned for her. Trouble seems to follow her around and she even loses her pants, and has dilemma's all around.

Enter her mother, the president. She is a busy women and needs Morgan's help. Morgan pretends to be her for a little while. Yes, she looked that much like her!

Now on to my favorite character, Max. Max was a 20 year old guy who just happened to be a secret service agent. I could tell from minute one I was going to love him. And did I? Yes, Yes, Yes! I would love to be protected by Max. Morgan dislikes Max at first, because why does she need a new secret service agent, whats wrong with her old one and why does this new guy have to be so young and kinda cute? Every time Max called Morgan "The Tornado" I would bust out in a burst of giggles.
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