The Candidate book review

    How far would a candidate go to become the next president of the United States of America?

Newsmaker Erica Sparks is covering the presidential election campaign. As she questions and witnesses the interactions between the candidates she begins to suspect that one of them, Mike Ortiz, is dependent on his wife. To an unnatural degree. What is this seemingly perfect couple hiding? Can Erica figure it out before the vote is cast? Or is she being paranoid?

This is book two of The Newsmakers Series and I have not yet read book one. However, I did not feel as if I missed out on anything. I really liked diving into the back scenes of politics. Usually these types of stories are not my cup of tea but I could hardly keep this book down. I wanted to know what Erica would discover next. What was really happening? I very much enjoyed the book and I look forward to more from Lis Wiehl.

*I received this book free from Thomas Nelson and Fiction Guild in exchange for my honest review. What I have expressed are entirely my own thoughts.*

The Vote is Being Cast

Good Evening, Friends,

I am taking advantage of the internet being on and posting Friday’s topic, what I am reading. I will admit, when I grabbed this book from my Review Books pile I was skeptical. This is not a book I am usually drawn to. This is not a topic that sucks me in, but Lis Wiehl has done just that! The book this weekend? The Candidate. It is book two in the Newsmakers Novel series and I have not read the first book yet, yes, I admit I pre-judged the series thinking I would not like it (Shame on you, Kym! Tsk, tsk.). However, thanks to a review copy sent my way, I have been shown the error of my ways. Lis has a way with words, she has a way with pulling me into the lives of journalists and politicians, and how far some people will go to get what they want. I am looking forward to telling you more about my thoughts on it when I post my review.

What about you? What are you reading this weekend?

 

Peace,

Kymberli