They’re running for president.
They have a history.
Will they have a future after they rip each other apart in the campaigns?
It’s a bare-knuckle brawl pitting the former Miss Cherokee Nation and present Senator of Virginia against the former major league slugger, Cuban American heartthrob and current governor of Florida.
This widowed and handsome odd couple, through no fault of their own, attract gossip. The world, wishing for a return to Camelot, want the nominees romantically linked and the all-too-willing press obliges.
The democratic and republican parties object.
Ayita and Arturo object…at first.
Jimi Hendrix once said, “When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace.” But there’s no peace in the hearts of our protagonists.
Can either nominee risk losing the presidency for a chance at love? Is it a selfish act to love one person and chance losing and thereby letting down all those who love and need you in their corner?
There’s less than two months left before the election and things are heating up on all fronts. How will this end? Will one or both get hurt?
America will never be the same after the history-making conclusion.
The author dedicates this novel to an ex-CIA agent friend who has passed on. He made numerous suggestions for the story and came up with the unlikely title. For your brilliance, Orin, the author will be eternally grateful.