Doing it at: 30%
Catnip: Presidential Plowing, Powerful men, Politics, Office Romance, Dual Narrative, Office Sex, Drama-free, Mature Adult Decisions
Shame Scale: Super low
Fantasy Cast: Justin Trudeau and Sophie Turner
We fell in love during the campaign.
The stakes were high.
Reputations could have been ruined.
Scandal hovered over us like a cloud.
Now the man I love is the President of the United States of America.
And its not my vote he is after.
He wants it all.
My heart. My body. My soul.
He wants me by his side.
In the White House.
Normalcy will be gone from my life, privacy forgotten.
I am only twenty three. I just wanted to play a part in history. But it seems like history wasn’t done with me. The part where I lost my heart to Matthew Hamilton? It was only the beginning…
Katie Evans is a favorite of ours. From her MMA fighters to her manwhores, we can’t get enough. Finally, we got the sequel to Mr. President, that we were so eagerly awaiting. Matthew Hamilton has been elected, and takes over the presidency. And he want’s Charlotte by his side.
“I want you in the White House. I want you wherever I am.” He’s breathing hard, his voice thick. I’m panting as I kiss his jaw, missing this, missing him. “I want you coming all over the president’s cock, you little wanton. You delicious little kitten, huh.”
As we always expect in a Katy Evans book – it’s scorchingly hot. Think sneaking around the White House, dalliances in the Oval Office. And I adore her writing. For that, I loved it.
But… this book wasn’t my favorite out of everything she’s written so far. It felt like one giant epilogue to me. I can sum up the plot of this book in a few sentences. If you’re a purist about spoilers, scroll really fast from one hot Hamilton to the next.
(Philip Hamilton, who was a fox, right?)
Ok. Here goes.
Matt misses Charlotte, so he makes her his acting First Lady. Soon after that, he marries her and makes her the official First Lady. They have a baby. They are deliriously happy. Sometimes life can be stressful, but they make good adult decisions and handle everything with grace. The End.
I kept waiting for someone to get shot or something, up until the very end – thinking there would be a third book I wasn’t aware of. So on the one hand, this book is well written, it’s ridiculously hot, and Matt and Charlotte get their happy ending. But on the other hand, it’s basically just one giant happy ending, there isn’t really any drama at all. I’ll definitely keep buying anything that Evans releases, but this one was a bit of a dud for me personally.
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