How does the most famous woman in the world hide in plain sight? The beautiful young widow of the President of the United States thought she was free of the White House, but circumstances have forced her back into the role of First Lady. Not for long, however, because she's made up her mind to... show more
How does the most famous woman in the world hide in plain sight? The beautiful young widow of the President of the United States thought she was free of the White House, but circumstances have forced her back into the role of First Lady. Not for long, however, because she's made up her mind to escape -- if only for a few days -- so she can live the life of an ordinary person. All she needs is the perfect disguise . . . and she's just found it. An entire nation is searching for her, but the First Lady is in the last place anybody would think to look: in the company of a man, an infuriatingly secretive and quietly seductive stranger whose charm, good looks, and sensuous appeal are awakening the forgotten woman within the dignitary. And with two adorable little orphaned girls in need of a family along for the ride, they're heading out across the heartland chasing their own American Dream -- on a wild journey of love, adventure, and glorious rebirth. First Lady: A star-spangled, richly emotional story of self-discovery, celebrity, love, and family.
Publish date: February 8th 2000
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Series: Wynette, Texas (#4)
First Lady by Susan Elizabeth PhillipsCornelia Case has just lost her husband and a new president was in place to take over.She was approached to be the first lady as the new president was single. She really just wanted her freedom and her father knows the political party needed her.She escapes one ...
3.5 stars. I rounded up because I really liked the beginning. I got sucked in listening to this story on Book-Radio in my car (Yay SiriusXM!) This is the epitome of all things sweet and nice, which would normally give me a sick headache. However, I like this author's writing (the two I've read), ...
The best of the Wynette books so far.
I just love a good SEP story. And I LOVE when Anna Fields narrates it. I'm still so sad she passed away. She was SO GOOD at narrating and really brought the characters to life. What a fun story. I can only imagine that First Ladies and others in the public eye have wished to just disappear for a whi...
I want to become Susan Elizabeth Phillips when I grow up some more. She writes the sort of books I really, really wish I had written. Not because they're sheer genius, or the characters are phenomenal, or the plot's epic, or anything extraordinary like that, but simply because they comfort me. They ...