Campaign for Seduction
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Campaign for Seduction (Warner Family & Friends — Secrets & Lies Series #3)

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For journalist Liza Wilson, covering the campaign of presidential candidate Jonathan Davis is a career-making opportunity. She's up for nightly news anchor, and this story will cinch her spotlight. Plus, she'll get to see the charismatic senator up close and personal. Only, Liza doesn't realize just how personal--until she and John give in to a passion that could turn them...more
ebook, 224 pages
Published September 1st 2009 by Harlequin Presents
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Misherald Brown

Ann Christopher delivers a hot stopper. Campaign for Seduction was sizzling hot amber of a book that kept my attention from beginning to end.

Liza Wilson has had a fail marriage but has become a successful journalist now that she has a chance to clinch the spotlight she refuses to allow anything to stop her until she meets Senator Jonathan Warner who is also running for president. Liza has other ideas in her mind when the sparks between the flow. Senator Jonathan Warner has found himself in a sit...more
Livia
This book had a presidential campaign as it's backdrop and I always love a political scenario in a romance. But, CAMPAIGN FOR SEDUCTION fell short solely because I could not stand the heroine. She came off as annoying and entirely too insecure, while I found the hero Sen John Warner exciting, charismatic, sexy what you would expect in a romance. The story itself was good though I found it hard to believe that an African American presidential candidate would refuse to use his assigned Secret Serv...more
Beverly
Another wonderful installment about the Warner family. This book feels like it is much bigger than the 217 pages that it is because the author has done a great job of delivering a story with multiple layers. This is a story of two successful professionals that try their best to fight the attraction to each other because of their commitments to their careers, but love often comes when you least expect. The storyline dealt with the behind the scenes of a political campaign, ethics when campaigning...more
Shawnette
Well, I just finished Campaign for Seduction...although it started off a little slow for me...it DEFINITELY picked up...OH, what a campaign ride it was for John...and Ms. Liza is SOMETHING else...I also hope that Jillian gets a novel of her own...she deserves to get a second chance at love after all the BS her husband put her through...talk about a first class JERK...YUP...another worthwhile read by Ann Christopher.
Brandi
4.5 if I could give it. John Warner had his "grown man" on. I haven't like a Kimani title as much as this in a long time. Liza did not stand a chance. There were no games ...John knew he wanted this woman and that was it. I liked the obvious parallels to the 2008 Presidential campaign but also the fact that John's character was not based on our current man in Office. John Warner was the truth.
Dsunshine
I enjoyed this book from the first page until the last. I loved that it was about politics, media, and romance. The like the struggle between John and Liza who were well rounded and intelligent. The chemistry between John and Liza was so believable and hot.
Shonnie
I felt the book was more about the campaign for presidency (like watching the news) than an actual romance. Overall, it was okay. Didn't leave me smiling.
Pretty Nurse
Only read halfway, just didn't hold my attention, and felt nothing for the characters. I'll pick it up again and give it another try much later
Marilyn Diamond
If I didn't know better I would think that Senator John Davis was another name for Barack Obama when he was not married...
Ladyamelia
This book was amazing! I loved the story, the romance, the politics and the characters. Needless to say, I highly recommend it.
Kim
Wow, such a great read, I could not put it down! Would definitely recommend as well as all of Ann's other books.
Cee
My first Ann Christopher book, and I must say, I was captivated by the lovers' relationship.
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A recovering lawyer, Ann Christopher was first published in 2006 and is the author of 18 contemporary romance novels, 5 novellas and a tragically bad starter novel that will forever remain under her bed, where it belongs. She’s also written a young adult novel that will be available very soon.

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