Monday, July 10, 2017

Review: Politically Incorrect By Jeanne McDonald

Sex. Lies. Greed. Power. Scandal. Politics.

Political strategist, Elizabeth McNeal has been called a lot of things throughout her career—bitch being at the top of the list—but she doesn’t let it get to her. She’s bold, she’s blunt, and she takes orders from no one. This is how she’s survived working in a man’s world. She’s the master of diversion, and her specialty is winning an election—no matter the cost.

That is, until she meets her new client, Democratic candidate, Congressman William Baxter. Kind, considerate, insanely handsome, honest, and ten years her junior, he’s a unicorn among politicians. He infuriates her. He challenges her. Most of all, he makes her see past the scandalous world of politics and helps her to discover the heart of the woman inside her.

With sparks flying between them and the election rapidly approaching, the last thing either of them need is to be caught in a compromising position. Some lines are meant to be crossed and some rules broken, but for Elizabeth and Liam is it worth the cost of being politically incorrect?

Elizabeth McNeal is a successful woman in a man’s world. As a political strategist, she has to be. When she’s enlisted to manage the campaign of a man 10 years her junior who is to run for a seat in the Senate, she finds herself unnerved by his good looks, infuriated by his need to be in the midst of everything and challenged every step of the way. This is rather difficult for a woman used to be in control, calling the shots for her clients without being questioned because face it, she’s the best there is and that’s why they hire her.
William “Liam” Baxter is a young Congressman from Texas. He is charismatic, engaging and charming in his public persona and a strong, dominant man in private, but he’s always honest and that proves his most disarming quality. He is not one to shy away from a challenge and that’s what his new campaign manager is from the moment they meet: a challenge he’ll take head on both professionally and personally.
The chemistry between Liam and Elizabeth is insane from the moment they meet and, despite Elizabeth’s initial apprehensions, they develop an amazing work relationship that will eventually lead to so much more. With the backdrop political intrigue brought by the race for the Senate seat, they will have to navigate a blooming relationship and the consequences it might have to both their careers and public images.
This book is a fast ready that has romance, intrigue, some really steamy sex and great main and secondary characters. I enjoyed the writing, the characters’ interaction, the banter, not only between Liam and Elizabeth, but with Aaron, Scout and even Jordyn, and the great storyline. In a nutshell, I really liked this book and I hope others will too.

4.5  Book Corner Stars
*A copy was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review*

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