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Other Girls by Avery Brooks

⭐⭐⭐⭐ The title and the cover almost made us think that this is a paranormal story, but it turns out that this is amongst the best en...

Situation Room (By Design #12) by J.A. Armstrong


This is the written version of an ongoing drama series on TV. If you come in with this book, you have got on-board at Season 12. You can follow the story without trouble but you’ve missed out on the character introductions and their dynamics.  

Candace Reid is the President of the United States. Her wife, Jameson, son Cooper and mother, pearl, have also shifted to the White House with Candace. This one follows the struggles of finding a work-life balance for the newly elected President and for her family (particularly her wife) who don’t want to add to any stress for Candace and try to shield her from their personal worries and issues. It is also heavily political with world politics and intrigues. The political part, which can actually be called speculative fiction at this point in time, is remarkably plotted -- both, the world politics that Candace is dealing with and the domestic activism that Jameson is getting into.

The relationship between Candace and Jameson is an absolutely ideal partnership. In fact, the relationship between all the family members is in the ideal zone. Since this is an ongoing series, it is not really concluded in the end but left open for the next book. The political focus of this book promises more of the same in the next one.

This is really for those following the series. Those interested in political intrigues will also enjoy it because the politics aspect of it is rather heavily focussed on. 


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