He finally finds a woman he can love, but she wants to be president of the United States!
Annalise Manwaring inherited the ambition gene from her presidential father. She planned her schooling and each of her jobs all to reach her goal of occupying the Oval Office. Nothing’s going to stop her.
Luke Branson has always resented Annalise, even before he met her. Wounded by life, he was poor and scrapped for necessities and an education, whereas she was given everything on a silver platter. Even when he meets her as an adult at The Justice Project, he can’t quell those old feelings.
However, when new feelings emerge for them both, they’re forced to chose between their jobs and their love. Or are they? Set in the world of D.C. politics, watch and see how these two star-crossed lovers interact. With the stakes so high, will they figure out a way to be together?
Take a look at all the President’s Daughters: NEVER MY LOVE, LIE WITH ME, BE MINE AGAIN, NOT FOR YOU and LOST TO US.
Looking forward to this new series
This book took a few chapters for me to fully engage. But about 1/3 in I was beginning to really enjoy it. Annalise is head strong and goal oriented. And independent as you would expect from a first born but she is also very close to her family. Luke is her new boss and has come from a very different and challenging upbringing. They seem to be at odds from the day Annalise begins her new position. Over time as they break down some barriers they are cordial…and more. Kathryn Shay writes unique characters with real world flaws and issues. I love how these two eventually resolve issues. No spoilers here but a very good book. Also loved catching up with the Manwarings of the Serve and Protect Series. Looking forward to book 2 in this series.
Never my Love
Loved the story!
Shay at her best
Strong characters and story lines. I could not put the book down and cannot wait to read the rest of the stories about the president’s daughters. Great to reconnect with previous characters from Shay’s previous books. Kathryn Shay’s books have an underlying theme of service and family that keeps one returning to read the next book.