When Major Zoey Granger exposed corruption in the ranks, she became an unwitting media darling and shot to a position reporting to top brass at the Pentagon. Now Zoey finds herself in the unwanted spotlight once again, this time at the heart of a scandal that threatens to devastate the military. Her efforts to contain the fallout are thwarted when the White House assigns a notorious DC fixer to oversee her every move.
Political insider Rook Daniels can fix any problem, no matter how illicit or indictable, but she has two rules: she picks her cases and she’s in charge. When she makes an exception for an old friend at the White House, she gets tangled up with a sexy but stubborn officer who has her own ideas about authority. Rook and Zoey must decide whether a chance at love is worth risking loss of reputation in a town where appearances rule.
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This book has a little bit of everything and while it may talk about politics, but not quite about the movers and the shakers of DC. Although for once it wasn't about the president but it did take place within her or his term in office.
Liked the main characters but felt more emotions coming from Rook's team then between Rook and Granger themselves at times.
Somewhere in the book it was mentioned that it wasn't about teamwork because there was Rook's team and then there was just Granger. There wasn't any investigating, digging up information, finding clues, only being present when conducting interviews. Each person had been debriefed by different personnel, civilian and military. Each had its own code of conduct in the hows, what's, why's, and who was all involved.
Overall really liked the story and hope that this may be a start to a new series.