Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Review: Primary Season

Primary Season Primary Season by Sara Celi
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

After watching the intense race of the presidential election between Clinton and Trump, this book made politics a bit more... dare I say... palatable? I was inundated with messages citing my friends' disappointment with how the voting played out and it was a bit of bliss to get lost in this story.

Patrick is the 38 year old presidential candidate, the underdog if you will, and Alexandra is his communications director. It was obvious pretty much from the start that there was something brewing between these beyond a professional relationship. You just can't hide that chemistry. Unfortunately, there are two obstacles standing in the way of them exploring more: his candidacy and Kathryn, his girlfriend. Are Patrick and Alex destined to be apart or will Patrick win the more important race: a chance with Alex?

This book was fun to read. It was short, but packed with plenty of juicy tidbits. I'm hoping that the series continues with these two characters because it really seems that their story has only just begun.

An ARC was generously provided in exchange for an honest review


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