Friday, August 5, 2016

VBT# Dirty Work - Chelle Bliss and Brenda Rothert

Dirty Work 

Review: Dirty Work - Book #1 Filthy Politics Series - Chelle Bliss and Brenda Rothert - July 2016

As someone who lives in New Zealand, our elections don't really cause as much interest as you see the American elections and more often than not over here we read so much more of American Politics that we can become invested as I have to admit and you can hate me if you want - but if I was over in America , I would personally be voting for Hilary Clinton and not Donald Trump - everything about him screams a joke and if he does get in , then it will be to me the equivalent when a dog was registered on the New Zealand MP elections and got in or the time that a new religion called The Macaroni Church was introduced to New Zealand.  In saying that, so books with a Political theme have always been a favourite and yes, I am also a fan of the TV show Madam Secretary.  In Dirty Work which is co-authored by one of my favourite authors Chelle Bliss along with a newcomer for me Brenda Rothert we meet two opposing parties who are both running for their seat on the Senate and whomever gets in will become the next Senator. In one corner we have retired Marine and War Hero Jude Titan and in the other corner we have Regan Preston - daughter of current Senator Preston. Each have come from a different background as Jude has no prior knowledge of politics and Regan has grown up in a strong Political family which made her running the next ideal step in her career and life.  As the two go along the campaign trails , we start to notice some chemistry flaring up between the two and they start to move from enemies to frenemies as they discover that the other isn't really bad away from the public view.  Can Regan and Jude move into a relationship or at least a forbidden romance or will their goals, ambitions and political views get in the way of their happiness together ?
Find out in this awesome Political novel and the first in the series Filthy Politics by Chelle Bliss and Brenda Rothert.


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