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Terry McAuliffe, former Chair, Democratic National Committee
“Bridget Siegel is a true political campaign insider and she has seen it ALL! Her novel, Domestic Affairs, is a fun, provocative read and offers a rare glimpse into what really goes on behind the scenes of political campaigns -- the good, the bad and everything in between."
Not good. I was sorely disappointed. Great idea but lacking in content and structure.Published 3 months ago by dbldn11
Olivia Greenley can't believe her luck. Her good friend, Jacob, campaign manager for Presidential candidate Landon Taylor, has recommended her to be the new chief fundraiser. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Sandra Kirkland
I highly recommend it! A terrific behind-the-scenes look at a political campaign. Olivia, the main character is very likeable, and the reader roots for her to wake up and get the... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Earnest Writer
Domestic Affairs is a like a perfect day at the beach: light, breezy, and fun. In fact, this would be a great book to read on the beach. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Rasheen Carbin
This book started out at a pretty good clip, but then I became bored with it. I didn't care about the characters.Published 18 months ago by Slick
I received a copy of Domestic Affairs by Bridget Siegel in exchange for an honest review.
This is the second political-based book I've read in the past month, and I have... Read more
I loved this novel. It was fast paced, and brought me into a world I knew nothing about! Will definitely be on the look out for more books by Bridget!Published 20 months ago by Alice
In this light and readable book, you are able to vicariously experience life inside politics. Ms. Siegel is obviously very intelligent and informed.Published 20 months ago by Irma Gurman
I started reading it but put the book down, took it up again, put it down.....not interested enought to continue reading..... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Patricia Miele