I hate him. Jude Titan is everything that’s wrong with the male sex: cocky, domineering and loaded with swagger. Oh, and did I mention he’s a Republican? Yeah, the guy’s so conservative he leans to the right when walking. And lucky me, I’m running against him for Senate. But I’ve got plenty of fight in me. A golden boy war hero opponent with a smile that leaves melted panties in its wake? Bring. It. On.
Damn, she’s sexy. Reagan Preston intrigues me from the moment I lay eyes on her. And speaking of laying…I want between those thighs. But I want to make her burn for me first. Every debate and stolen moment is foreplay for us. She claims she hates me, but her body tells a different story. I plan to win this election, but I also want to win the sharp, fiery Democrat who captures my attention like no woman ever has. Politics is filthy, just like all the things I want to do to Reagan Preston. (GoodReads)
I have to say I am a big fan of this move for romance novels to be told from dual POV. I like it because in cases like this book where there is the potential for major misunderstandings, it helps to know where the heads of both characters are.
This book does take place in the world of politics, but even if politics isn’t your thing, I don’t think the romance aspect is overshadowed by the political one. These are two strong characters who are both good people, and it was refreshing to read a book where you are really rooting for everyone.