The Right Maneuver
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When a smart, sexy campaign manager whose candidate is vying for a congressional seat finds herself undeniably attracted to the incumbent's egotistical manager, passion and politics collide in a steamy and suspenseful debut novel. Original.
Paperback, 328 pages
Published April 1st 2011 by Genesis Press
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Kayla
This was probably one of the best books I've read that didn't include teenager antics. This was a very appropriate book for young teenage girls looking to work themselves into more mature works. I was going to put this book down because I cannot STAND politics, but the plot of this book shook me to the core. It was a lot more interesting than I thought it would be.
Kacie
A little predictable, but still a good read. Despite the predictableness (is that a word?) of the story, it is still a different spin on your typical romance, which I definetly appreicated. I will for sure be recommending not only this book, but this author to friends.
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As long as she could remember, L.S. Childers (who also writes under the name, Shelly Ellis) has wanted to be a writer.

Her fiction writing career began when she became one of four finalists in the BET Books First-Time Writers Contest when she was 19 years old. The prize was having her first short-story romance published in the book, All That and Then Some! Since then her work has appeared in anoth...more
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