Release Date: August 16, 2016
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?
Mr. Right wasn’t in the cards for me. Mr. Good for Right Now was all I needed. At least with him, I could toss him back when I was done. No harm, no foul.
From what I’ve heard your fly’s open more than a Google homepage.
No matter how hard I tried, I couldn’t fall asleep without him beside me… So I did what any normal, red-blooded American woman would do. I got out of bed, slipped into his discarded shirt, and began to snoop.
I hardly classify as a bimbo according to what you said the last time we met. Besides, I know how to eat with a fork and don’t require my tits to carry my leftovers for later… Now, go on to your party. I’m sure they’re dying to be entertained by your small penis… I mean mind.
Politically Incorrect proved to be an amusing, well-written, and timely read during the current election season. I was highly entertained by Ms. McDonald’s use of humor and clever wit, as well as her sizzling sensual scenes that had me gasping and nearly snapping the stem on my wine glass. I didn’t fully appreciate the character of Elizabeth initially, her career as a political strategist had hardened her into a diabolical dragon lady who seemed cold and only intent on winning – at any cost. Elizabeth was shocked to find she had an actual honest candidate to work with – hmm, I thought such creatures to be as common as unicorns… However, Liam sounded yummy and seemed to be the total package – I adored him. Pity for Elizabeth that he was her client, and she had vowed to never get involved with politicians. It was a constant battle of two strong wills, they argued and tore each other’s heads off during the day, and ultimately ripped each other’s clothes off behind closed doors – oh my! My kindle was smoking – it may never be the same… Although Elizabeth resisted their mutual attraction and she didn’t give in to the carnal aspects of their relationship until half way through the book, trust me when I say it was worth the wait – the word explosive seems an apt descriptor. Ms. McDonald is a skilled writer and certainly knows how to pace a story and build the suspense and maintain the intrigue. Politically Incorrect was well crafted and smartly done. Elizabeth and Liam have my vote.
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About the Author
Jeanne McDonald is an author, a mother, a wife, a student of knowledge and of life, a coffee addict, a philosophy novice, a pop culture connoisseur, inspired by music, encouraged by words, and a believer in true love. When she’s not spending time with her family, she can be found reading, writing, enjoying a great film, chatting with friends or diligently working toward her bachelor’s degree in literature. A proud Texan, Jeanne currently resides in the Dallas/Fort Worth area with her family.
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