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You Heard It Here First Paperback – August 22, 2012
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About the Author
Erin Ann McBride is the author of "This Just In!," the novella "The Agency," and co-author of "Beyond Perfection." She writes for "Verily" and "Meridian Magazine," and regularly blogs about the stock market for "The Motley Fool." She enjoys politics, pop culture, all things 80's, and watching canceled science fiction TV series.
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The novel is based in Washington, DC and captured the dilemma anyone living and working in the DC metro area goes through as they navigate through the power, money, prestige and expectations that come with the territory.
Though it is clear that Haley is standing her moral ground, it is also clear she will have choices to make, more joys, more heartache and will ultimately grow into the big shoes she's created for herself in this story.
This helped me step back and re-assess what I am doing, where I am going and what trade offs I want (and don't want) to make going forward.
Thanks for sharing this special novel Erin! I couldn't put the iPad down, but will admit to skipping forward to ensure she was still with her man! (-:
A must-read if you enjoy reading the intricacies falling in love (there is a very likeable male character) and keeping up with reality and chasing your dreams at the same time.
This book isn't a political thriller but the politics and intrigue keep the plot humming along, and the news anchor boyfriend? He is a Gilbert Blythe or Mr. Darcy for the 21st century. This is well worth your time and money.