- File Size: 1059 KB
- Print Length: 277 pages
- Publication Date: June 21, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0733HFRML
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #380,405 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
A Political Affair Kindle Edition
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Other than my one gripe - I enjoyed reading the relationship grow between Stephen and Anne. Makes you believe in true love!
Age difference aside - the book writes him as a young hearted, maybe even a little emotionally stunted man. Anne gives him strength to stand up to others. She is written as his 'equal' and maybe even more mature at handling emotionally-charged situations.
If you want to read a book that makes you want to fall in love all over again - read this book.
Whitney writes eloquently about a captivating romance between US Senator Stephen McEvoy and Anne Norwood, an intern in his office. Anne maybe young, but she is witty, smart, intelligent (thank goodness!), and savvy. She is a strong match for Stephen and not intimidated at all by his prominent political family. Being a political junkie myself, I enjoy the insight into legislative interaction/manipulation, strategies, posturing, and understanding the minds of the different characters. I admire gritty mom Lillian, Judge Clements and Senator York very much.
Incredibly enough, Stephen is surrounded by strong and empowered women. Yes! So love Mary Whitney for it.
She's brilliant in the way the lovers are able to be spend time together privately despite the high visibility of the Senator. Their chemistry is fascinating, and I am mesmerized by the public and private persona of the charming Senator. I can feel the restraint that he exercises when it comes to Anne to cover his feelings and not expose themselves to the public. There's always that hint of desire that is intriguing.
The book leaves me wanting to read more about Anne and Stephen as they maneuver through the political world, and hopefully, a loving marriage. More please.