Finding her dream job went right out the window when Leta Breckenridge had to quit school to help care for her mother suffering from dementia. When a delinquent account may force her mother into a less desirable facility, Leta is thrilled to land a high-paying job at an Austin public relations firm. But her seemingly ideal job turns into a nightmare when she learns the firm is a front for a political opposition organization--and that the research she's been collecting will be used against Nathan Emerson, the handsome senator she's swiftly falling in love with.
Nathan is a rising political star being pressured to run a bid to unseat the current governor of Texas. He's already in a relationship with a woman much better suited to be a politician's wife, but he's never met anyone like Leta. Could this feisty woman hold the key to his heart--and his future?
I thought this book was appropriate delving into the political in and outs, with what is going on in the United States at the moment. All the back room dealing and wheeling was interesting to say the least. I am quite sure there are things that were mentioned in this book that is probably happening in the "real world," now. It must be very hard to maintain a high standard of ethics when in politics?
The other part of the story with the dementia aspect hits on a couple of points which is also relevant in today's times. Trying to find a GOOD home for a dementia sufferer is extremely hard, especially if you don't have endless funds to pay for it like Leta. Leta had to work two or three jobs to help pay for her mother's care.
This book is part of the Texas Gold series. I have not read any of the others in the series and from what I could see you don't have too, one book does not follow the other.
Stars out of 5 : 4 It was an enjoyable book, covering a couple of interesting subjects. Then add the love story into it and although not too taxing on the brain, it's one of those books to read over a couple of afternoons. Will I remember in a couple of months time; no. Still, it's well worth the read.
"Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc.