When his Republican opponent outs him with a photo in a Facebook post, Senator Samuel Dalton doesn’t have many options open to him. It doesn’t matter that the photo is totally innocent. He has no choice but to come clean… until his staff suggest putting a spin on it that leaves Sam reeling.
Sure, he’ll end up with a lot of sympathy, not to mention the possibility of more voters from the LGBT community, but it still seems a pretty drastic solution.
Now all they have to do is persuade Gary, the other man in the photo, to play along. It sounds so easy: convince the constituents of North Carolina that he and Sam are engaged.
No big deal, except for the fact that they’ve only just met….
I smiled from start to finish as I read KC Wells’ The Senator’s Secret. Sam, running for senator in the great state of North Carolina was outed by a zealous pastor hell-bent on ruining the young senator’s reputation on the ‘floor’ and personally. Well-meaning schemers, and a willing call center worker Gary found himself engaged to Sam and the fun began.
Ms. Wells captured my attention from the blurb to the wonderful HEA. Both men were sweet natured with dispositions any mother would love for a son in law. Speaking of mothers…Sam’s parents, especially his mom was a fun and strong addition to the story. Parents with back bone and integrity, who stood by their son no matter what.
Sometimes, the fake boyfriend saga does not work, but Ms. Wells pulled it off with well-written words and heart-felt characters. Sweet and sexy, a must read.
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