A Vote of Confidence

by | Apr 27, 2009 | Fiction Book Reviews | 1 comment

In A Vote of Confidence, the stage is set for some intriguing insight into what it was like during 1915 to be a woman in a “mans’ world.”

Guinevere Arlington is a beautiful young woman determined to remain in charge of her own life, For seven years, Gwen has carved out a full life in the bustling town of Bethlehem Springs, Idaho, where she teaches piano and writes for the local newspaper. Her passion for the town, its people, and the surrounding land prompt Gwen to run for mayor. After all, who says a woman can’t do a man’s job?But stepping outside the boundaries of convention can get messy.

A shady lawyer backs Gwen, believing he can control her once she’s in office. A wealthy newcomer throws his hat into the ring in an effort to overcome opposition to the health resort he’s building north of town. When the opponents fall in love, everything changes, forcing Gwen to face what she may have to lose in order to win.

If you would like to read the first chapter of A Vote Of Confidence, go HERE

This book is a fun read and, wow, Robin Lee Hatcher knows how to write an explosive kiss. A Vote of Confidence will take you on a wonderful campaign trail between two opponents who are perfectly matched for each other – they just need to confidence to trust their own hearts to love. Gwen is headstrong, independent, and little hard-headed at times, which is probably what makes her a good candidate for mayor 🙂 Morgan McKinley is gentle, determined, compassionate, and is topped with a subtle sense of humor.
The book is defintely a nice commercial break in the details of a busy life.

1 Comment

  1. mteer99

    I agree! I really enjoyed reading this book. Thank you! 🙂


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