Secrets. Lies. A man. There's always a man. And there's always a truth to be told.
I’m Hailey Anne Monroe. I’m twenty-eight years old. An artist, who found her muse on the canvas because I wasn’t allowed to have friends or even keep a journal. And yes, if you haven’t guessed by now, I’m that Hailey Anne Monroe, daughter to Thomas Frank Monroe, the man who was a half-percentage point from becoming President of the United States. If you were able to ask him, he’d probably tell you that I was the half point. But you can’t ask him, and he can’t tell you. He’s dead. They’re all dead and now I can speak.
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Great story! Very interesting.
I can’t believe that I never read this writer before, considering how much she has written. This story was great. I was almost turned off when I saw it was a presidential candidate’s daughter, but I am so glad I didn’t! I am not a reader of political stories but that was merely a backdrop to the story. Great twists and turns in this thriller that will keep you guessing until the end. You get sucked into the story quickly and it never lets up. The only reason I didn’t give it 5 stars was because there were quite a few errors in editing. Sound story. I will be picking up some of Ms. Jones’ other thrillers.
Incredibly engrossing, grabbed me immediately and kept me glued to the pages. I love this story, and the characters are awesome.
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Overall the book is decently written. But it’s so broken in the plot that by the time you get to the end all you want are the pieces tied together and yet majority of them are left just hanging. Kind of GoT’s - ish. Could have been done better but fine. But I would have liked more.