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The paparazzi loves first daughter, Virginia Fulton. Who wouldn’t? She feeds the news with her daily parties, and not to mention, her fashion sense. But she wanted change, she wanted something else, and to finally find something productive to do with her life. She wanted to be treated seriously, and not just some party girl. She wanted a chance to prove herself to the world. So when hot entrepreneur, soon-to-be CEO Dexter Cameron came to her with a proposition, she saw it as a sign.
Dex was crossing his fingers, wishing he was doing the right thing hiring Virginia to be the consultant of his family’s legacy department store. He wanted to revive it, to bring back its former glory for him to finally win and climb up the ladder. But this gorgeous first daughter was not who he expect her to be – she was something more, and somehow more than his desire to make this partnership work, he knew he wanted her to be more than just his consultant.
Can he risk everything he have worked for love?
If Virginia Fulton was real, she's going to be America's sweetheart. Everyone would want to know what she's doing, or who's she's doing. I find her easy to like, she might have been a little flighty but when she sets her head on it, she get things done. She was more than just some pretty face off the news or the president's daughter. She's sweet, I adore the nicknames she gives to her Secret Service, she's passionate about her cause, and most especially, she's an amazing girl who will do just about anything to prove herself. As for Dex - you'll like everything about him except for his family. I hated how his grandfather dangle the promotion in front of him and her sister. He was ruthless old man, and I didn't like the way he saw Virginia.
There were times when Dex would step back, and allow himself to think of their differences, especially when it concerns some major scenes that are to appear on the Times and online the following morning. But I guess the attraction they felt for each other was far more stronger than any bad publicity.
It was short, sweet, sassy and sexy. I enjoyed reading it, watching them fight against their emotion, finally giving into it and watching them fall in love. If you want something light to read, with great characters, some steamy scenes, a sparkle of family drama and a whole bunch of romance - this is your book!
it was okay, will be looking forward for Georgia's!
After spending years in professional theater as a costume designer, Laura Simcox eased out of the hectic whirlwind of opening nights and settled in a comfy desk chair to write romance. She believes that life is too short not to appreciate heartwarming, quirky humor and her novels are lighthearted journeys into the happily-ever-after. She lives in North Carolina with her true love and adorable little son.
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Suggest A Secret Service Nickname for VSOU: Georgia
Laura Simcox, author of the fabulous VARIOUS STATES OF UNDRESS series, wants your help for the next installment of VSOU: Georgia! Simcox concludes her fun, flirty Various States of Undress series featuring three presidential daughters with the tale of love at the ballgame.
Each sister in the three story series has been given a nickname from her Secret Service agents. VSOU: Carolina was lovingly called Care Bear and VSOU: Virginia was nicknamed Candy Cane.
Laura would love readers to suggest a nickname for the last of the President's daughters! Help decide what the Secret Service should dub Georgia, the sexy intellectual of the three!
*****If your nickname is chosen for VSOU: Georgia, Laura will include your name in her personal acknowledgments in the book, and you will receive a free copy of the first two books in her series!*****
FUN FACT: Historically, all First Family code names begin with the same letter. The Obama's are Renegade, Renaissance, Radiance and Rosebud.