28 September 2013

Hung Parliament, By S.A. Gordon

In the dark heart of winter, an election is called. Two parties will vie for supremacy. Two leaders, Grace Hammond and David Bartley, will do battle to take charge of the land. It would all be so straightforward if they weren't already having an affair ...

Amidst accusations of corruption, treachery and murky deals done with large corporations, network news correspondent Chopper (not his real name) knows whose fingerprints are on what and who is about to stab who in the back. That doesn't mean he'll run the story, though – even when it's a story that could take down both leaders and create the biggest scandal ever seen in the nation's politics.

The web of relationships and the network of secrets on which the national capital runs means that Chopper's decisions are never straightforward. He has people to protect, and people to expose – but the real test comes when they turn out to be one and the same.

This story is rated "Hot" (4 out of 5 flames) and contains F/M pairings.

Well one thing everyone has always wondered about is how the government works, and who is in bed with whom.  This book sure explains it in a way that you can completely understand what the workings of the government are in the world the author created.  Now I do have to wonder, if this is the actual workings of the government.  Trust me though, it does make complete sense.

The characters in this book were very well written out and described.  There were some of them that were confusing, I think it’s because of the number of characters that have a starring role in the book overall.  It seemed like with each new chapter, we are switching between the different characters and trying to follow the stories between everyone.  One thing about this book that shows is how your actions don’t always just affect you; they affect the others around you.  We see a lot of that in this story.

I think that the drama that happens in the offices is not as obvious because you are swept up in the personal drama between the characters.  There were also some parts of the story that I had wished would have been expanded upon, I think that could have added more to the story.

Overall, I did enjoy this story and once again I’m left wondering if this is how governments really work.  If you are looking for an interesting read, that has a fair amount of erotica, then you should check this book out.


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