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The President's Daughter

The President s Daughter SLEEPLESS IN THE WHITE HOUSENever falter Never flinch And never let anyone get too close Steely Special Agent Nick Logan knew the rules for protecting the First Family What he didn t know was why Ashl

  • Title: The President's Daughter
  • Author: Annette Broadrick
  • ISBN: 9780373242269
  • Page: 172
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • SLEEPLESS IN THE WHITE HOUSENever falter Never flinch And never let anyone get too close.Steely Special Agent Nick Logan knew the rules for protecting the First Family What he didn t know was why Ashley Sullivan, the president s all too distracting daughter, would balk at his assignment as her bodyguardd sabotage his self control.Chaste yet alluring, Ashley seemedSLEEPLESS IN THE WHITE HOUSENever falter Never flinch And never let anyone get too close.Steely Special Agent Nick Logan knew the rules for protecting the First Family What he didn t know was why Ashley Sullivan, the president s all too distracting daughter, would balk at his assignment as her bodyguardd sabotage his self control.Chaste yet alluring, Ashley seemed intent on uncovering the man behind Nick s rock hard muscles and mirrored shades But didn t this innocent see the dangers all around her The danger in such a man s kiss Worse, who would protect Ashley s bodyguardonce he broke the rules Once he got too close to the president s daughter

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    1. Annette Broadrick

      Annette Broadrick was born on November 26 Her mother read to her until she read to herself From that time on, books became her closest companions and teachers She was an only child until the middle of her 16th year when her sister was born She married immediately after high school graduation in the middle of her 18th year Twelve months later she had her first son She ended up having four sons in seven years People with children do not need to explain what their life was like for the next 20 years Those people without children do not want to hear about it Early on, she became a secretary to supplement the family income Eventually she became a legal secretary and for 25 years she worked for attorneys in Arizona, Texas, Illinois, and Oregon Her love of books followed her throughout her career as a mother and a secretary By the time her youngest son graduated from high school she decided to write a book of her own After writing in a spiral notebook for six months, she rented a typewriter and rewrote the book, showed it to a creative writing teacher, who was also a friend, listened to her critique and rewrote her story Next she showed it to another avid romance reader and carefully listened to her critique She rewrote her story once again Next she mailed the manuscript to the Silhouette office in New York Two months later she received a phone call asking if she d be willing to do extensive revisions, including cutting one hundred pages She said yes This was in January 1984 By the time the book, Circumstantial Evidence, came out in November of that year, she had sold a total of six books Since October 1984 Annette has supported herself with her writing Her career as a published author has also supported her reading habit and in the past five years she has managed to establish a quiet life in the Hill Country of central Texas that soothes as well as stimulates her She hopes to continue writing the kind of books that readers enjoy.

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    1. Rating 3.5 starsInitially the book was boring, there was no romance instead the heroine persisted on acting like a spoilt brat when the hero was only doing his duty, protecting her but the book does pick up later. I did find it weird that there was no "forbidden" aspect with their romance, what with the heroine being the President's daughter and all that but not a bad book.


    2. Good story. A "bodyguard" tale, where the heroine is (duh) the president's daughter and the hero is one of the Special Agents guarding her. There's a suspense plot woven in very well, and the story more or less begins when the suspense kicks off, but it starts with the romance plot. The hero and heroine strike sparks off each other because they are attracted but can't explore the attraction, so he acts gruff and she gets offended and they insult each other. While they're off on a ski vacation wi [...]


    3. Ashley Sullivan, the President’s daughter, is used to agents following her every move, protecting her from any possible danger. She’s learned to ignore their presence and tries to keep her life appear as normal as it could be. Ashley feels her life to resemble that inside a fishbowl, she can’t really have a boyfriend who would bear the constant watching and there are only a few true friends that she has.With Christmas approaching, Ashley hopes to spend it, finally without any guards, with [...]


    4. Disappointed. This book started out so well, like a blend of the Mandy Moore and Katie Holmes romcom films about president's daughter but then we got halfway and two things happened:1. The author tried to go a 'romance suspense' . except there wasn't any suspense. The 'OMG the President's family have been kidnapped' plot held no weight, the rescue was ridiculously easy, and I thought it was all generally really weak.2. Just as Ashley's family had been kidnapped, Ashley and Nick suddenly can't re [...]


    5. It's exactly what you think it's going to be. Wonderfully cheesy in all the right ways. I was a little disappointed by the conspiracy and kidnapping subplot since half the time I forgot it was happening. It definitely took a backseat to the romance, and most of the characters seemed to treat it with the same casual dismissal too. It could have slowed down a bit with the romance, as I did need a good dose of suspension of disbelief to get through it, but having said that, I thoroughly enjoyed it. [...]


    6. A quick reading story that centers on the romance between the daughter of the President of the US and the secret service agent assigned to guard her. Everything happens fast in this book, the dislike that turns to love and a totally unbelievable scenario that involves the rest of the first family including the President. If you have a vivid imagination then you'll probably enjoy this book.


    7. I found this at one of my favourite book stores and when I read the first few pages I wasn't sure about it at first but something told me to take it. Well I did and I could not put it down and becasue of that I finished it in two days. Its not the kind of romance I expected nor did I think it was romance even after I finished it. Its really good.



    8. I'll agree with the other review. I read it very quickly and enjoyed it. There just seemed like there was something slightly different about the book.



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