Mr. President by Katy Evans
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This is an added comment, I have just listened to the new Audio edition of Mr President. It brought to life Charlotte and Matt, I have two things to say "I loved it" and " When is Commander in Chief coming in Audio downloads" .
Wow I don’t what to say, a completely different type of story from Katy Evans.
No less enjoyable for it, I can’t get it out of my mind. I loved it so much, but I don’t know what to say. So I’ll start at the beginning.
We first meet Charlotte age 11, waiting to meet President Hamilton when he comes to her home for dinner. Matt was with his father a teenager, but taller than his father. He was gorgeous. His hair the color of sable, although it was combed back, it was unruly at the ends. Charlotte’s first encounter with Matt. The President introduced him to Charlotte with the following comment “My son, Matthew. He’s going to be President one day “he said conspiratorially. When Charlotte’s parents send the President a thank you letter. Charlotte gets out her best stationery and decides to write to Matthew a thank you letter with a parting comment of. “If you ever decide to run for president you have my vote. I’d even be willing to join your campaign.” That was the start of her crush and the start of the story.
Matthew and Charlotte were wonderful together, the chemistry builds up for almost the first half of the book. We really get to know the characters Matthew is a dedicated man who is willing to work hard to effect change for the better. Charlotte works a women’s charity, and really wants to help people.
I loved this book, If only there were a real Matthew with his love and dedication for his country. Alas I had a dilemma if Matt won, it means no Charlotte.
I couldn’t put the book down, as we follow them around the country for nearly a year.
We see them getting closer, but finding nearly impossible to get any time together.
This is the best book I’ve read this year, and I have to wait until next year to found out if he won or not. All I’m going to say Vote Hamilton and get this book to read, you won’t regret it.
I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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