Ross Mannon a conservative media pundit might have been a tad bit over zealous when he attacked the magazine Macie Grahm worked for about an article she wrote. Had he not attacked her, she might not have put into motion to knock him down a peg or two.
The plan is set, Macie goes down to DC to masquerade as a housekeeper, while trying digging up dirt on the guy. Come on now, could Ross actually have a pristine background with no hidden secrets or his perfect persona just an act?
I actually really enjoyed this book. Here's why: First off you have Macie Graham who has a very cynical out look on love and happily ever afters. Her point of view is that happily ever afters are better left in fairytales. However, you don't know how she got her cynical point of view until her secret is reveal closer to the end. Amazing how things from the past can shape the future.
The second reason is Ross. He's an all around good guy, who tries to stick to his core values. Which is a tad bit different. Not only that, he tries to be a good father to his daughter and tries to instill his core values to her even though they have rocky relationship at first.
The third an final reason is Ross and Macie learn how to build love and how fairytales can happen outside the book. (Granted this is book, but work with me). Each of them tries to put the past behind them and try to move forward. So, is it possible have a happily ever after?
So, I leave you today with the hope that dreams come true and the book you are reading is enjoyable.