The Democratic Party's 2012 nominee for President, David J. Windsor, and America are equally shocked when he is outted by his opponent just six weeks before the Fall election. Following his heart, David chooses honesty over media spin and overcomes the obstacle to win the election. Despite that... show more
The Democratic Party's 2012 nominee for President, David J. Windsor, and America are equally shocked when he is outted by his opponent just six weeks before the Fall election. Following his heart, David chooses honesty over media spin and overcomes the obstacle to win the election. Despite that success, dark forces around the world begin to plot against him, and President Windsor's security is a must. Inside and outside the White House, Secret Service Agent Shane Thompson becomes the President's shadow, always present and silent, ever vigilant. As the two men grow closer, Shane does far more than just his duty - he becomes as vital to David's happiness as he is to the President's health. Together they realize they must find a way to balance the President and the Agent against David and Shane before stress and responsibility tear them apart.
Publish date: October 21st 2009
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 212
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, M M Romance
, M M Contemporary
Series: Condor (#1)
This book was so dumb it was painful. It was a really not disguised at all opportunity for the author to rail against the Bush administration and talk about what he would do as president. Now I agree with him politically and have the same harsh words for Bush et al, but this was just boring. A ton o...
The idea is interesting but honestly, it makes a pretty shitty romance. The prose was rather flat and clinical, like someone writing a retrospective journal. It would go like that and then suddenly there'd be the sex parts. It was just...really non sequitur.There really is no/not much characterizati...
I found the writing style too clunky to hold my interest.
I loved the plot more than the romantic or erotic element in this story. I could have done without the sex entirely, actually, as it left me a bit cold. It was Ikea sex and there wasn't much erotic about it. I struggled through a lot of the dialogue between the MCs as well. I know that the President...
The concept of having a Gay president was real interesting. I did enjoy the book despite having problems with the format and structure of the narrative. There was a bit of head hopping that came out of nowhere. I couldn’t tell who was saying what. Some of the plotlines were easily resolved. And...