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A More Perfect Union (Carlos series)
by RW Richard
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A MORE PERFECT UNION is a finalist in the 2015 SAN DIEGO BOOK AWARDS for romance & listed by Amazon's editors' as best books of the year so far
Politics as unusual
Former Miss Cherokee Nation, present Virginia Senator, Ayita Starblanket, is running against a former MLB slugger and present Florida Governor, Arturo Arnez.
After circumstances force the unlikely pair together, she suspects her opponent is falling for her.
Jimi Hendrix once said, “When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace.” But is it that simple?
If you’re looking for one more cynical political novel, sorry—not between these covers.
If you’re looking for another salacious, non-organic sex fest, sorry—not under these covers. (Rated R by the author.)
If you prefer to hate your way through life, you’re living in the wrong country.
If you like romance in perhaps the most unusual of situations, well please buy this book.
This ain’t no Pollyanna story. There’s enough grit to turn the mill and give you pause.
Beware, the book lampoons your favorite political and media personalities.
The author promises at least one major twist you will not see coming.
“RW Richard reprieves and cameos Brother Wolf (in this novel—as protector of Cherokee women). I loved it and the whole story. 5 stars.” Sami Robinson, author of Broken Toy.
“My wife told me to read this romance, because I enjoy politics. So I promised I would. Well, I never thought it. RW slams a home run with this outrageous tale, which tweaks a few well deserving noses along the way. One last huge twist blew my red, white and blue socks off.” J Stryker Meyer, author of Across the Fence.
Rather than go on with more information that might spoil the plot or story, the author offers the following words or phrases that describe major and minor themes occurring in this novel. The outer plot: mystery thriller suspense intrigue adventure spies assassins terrorists cloak & dagger assassination politics, The inner struggle: literary contemporary romance, paranormal, multicultural, Cuban, Latino, Hispanic, Cherokee, wolves & folklore, new adult, teen, college, family, love stories, marriage wedding honeymoon, abstinence, new adult young adult, women, inspirational, power, wealthy, United States, American, comedy satire humor lampoon.
(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 31 Aug 2015 14:04:02 -0400)
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