For journalist Liza Wilson, covering the campaign of presidential candidate Jonathan Davis is a career-making opportunity. She's up for nightly news anchor, and this story will cinch her spotlight. Plus, she'll get to see the charismatic senator up close and personal. Only, Liza doesn't realize just how personal--until she and John give in to a passion that could turn them into tomorrow's headlines...and derail both their careers.
John's whole life has led up to this historic moment. He can't afford to let a breaking scandal destroy all he's worked for. But when Liza uncovers a secret in his past, he risks losing her, too. And John isn't a man who likes to lose. Now he's waging an all-out campaign to win Liza's love. Because her vote is the only one that counts!
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|Title of Romance eBook: Campaign for Seduction||Series: The Warners,|
|Release Date: 09-01-2009|
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|Publisher: Kimani Romance|
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Campaign for Seduction
"What about tomorrow's speech, Senator?"
"Senator, will you be commenting on any personal romantic relationship developing between you and Francesca Waverly? One of the tabloids has allegedly received some pictures"
As usual, the barrage of shouted questions followed Senator Jonathan Warner up the aisle toward the restricted section of his Boeing 757. He calculated the number of steps between him and a chance to relaxless than ten, he thoughtand wondered how soon he could get to the other side of that precious divide.
A smarter man would've kept his butt up there in the front of the plane, where it was safe, rather than come back here and spend a few minutes with the press corps, but he'd been riding the high after the campaign rally in Detroit and wanted to see what kind of feedback he'd get from the press.
But then one answered question had turned to five, and now it was after midnight and he hadn't begun to prepare for tomorrow's events, much less sleep. Sleep. Ha. He remembered it well. Something about getting in a bed, putting your head down on a pillow and closing your eyes.
Unfortunately, he'd given up the idea of sleep for the duration, and so had his cohorts here. Everyone on the jet was bleary-eyed and exhausted, and since the primary season was just getting under way, the widespread sleep deprivation would get a whole lot worse before it got better.
Pausing, he glanced back over his shoulder into the bright lights of various camcorders, pushed his rolled shirtsleeve past his watch to check the time12:39 a.m. now, wonderfuland considered which, if any, of the additional questions he should answer.
The pause, naturally, gave the re...