To the average eye this Washington D.C. power couple seems to have it all: power, money, and status. What they really have is a firm grip on the image they portray. However, like most couples in this social circle, the McNarry’s live very different lives behind closed doors. They believe in getting their love at home and their sex…elsewhere.

Leila Johnson isn’t your average pre-law school intern. Her mother is David McNarry’s Chief of Staff. Leila knows what she wants, and how to get it, after all she learned from the best. The ladder to her success hinges on manipulation of the Senator, with him in her pocket she can get to the top. Once she discovers his weakness all she has to do is play along with him. Her summer internship has been planned to the most intimate detail in her mind. The only deviation from her scheme is the Senator’s son Logan…she can’t get him off her mind. Falling for his romantic ways breeds nothing but confusion as she fights to understand the new emotion he’s uncovered within her.

Book Dame’s Rating 4.5 Stars

I loved the Coopers book  Semper Fi and really took to Logan!! But Semper Fi did leave a lot open and I had so many questions on what had happened to Logan and his family. So I was so excited to hear there would be a prequel. I was dying to get my hands on the book. I was not disappointed, I devoured this book. Everything I thought I had figured out from Semper Fi was left on the side of the road. After all anything around politics is usually not what it seems. I was on the edge of my seat fanning myself, picking my jaw off the ground! I just never saw it coming!! Not in a billion years did I think I would be okay with Logan with anyone but Mattie. Don’t get me wrong I still adore them even more now. Ugh, I just don’t want to give away any of the twists and turns that this book has. I can say that its hot and spicy. Buckle up its a wild ride full of  deceit and shame at every corner. What shade can you live with?

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