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Jack Canon's Women of the House

(Billionaire City - Jack Canon #2)

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3.77  ·  Rating details ·  22 ratings  ·  14 reviews
Think the Wedding of the Decade meets the Crime of the Century! Jack Canon's Women of the House, is a story filled with Love, Lust, and Loyalty where passions can run wild! In Sandora's monumental sequel, patriotism and valor mingle with an undying love that refuses to quit. Ride along as Jack Canon fights back against the most evil people on the planet. Readers are sure t ...more
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Published November 2013
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Autumn
Jul 19, 2014 rated it it was ok
Shelves: 2014, dnf
I honestly do not even know where I should start with this book. First let me say that I DID NOT FINISH THE BOOK! This review is for the first 50% of the book. I started this book last night and with reading the blurb I figured that it would at least be decent and I wonder what President Jack will be fighting.
For me it seemed more like it was focused on the women such as what they wore, to their pretty pink toes, to how they fit just right into Jack's embrace.
After the first few pages of listen
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Wanda Hartzenberg
Mar 03, 2014 rated it liked it
Jack is a good guy. Really a good guy but as a President I find him scary.
He spends the majority of his time lusting after beautiful woman. He cherishes them. Respects them and treat them like goddesses. This is very admirable traits in a man. Less so in a President who is supposed to run a country and not micro manage his friends lives. I would not vote for Jack as President!

This story has a ton of descriptive writing, we see what every woman in his life looks like, dress like and how they ca
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Christoph Fischer
Jul 15, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
"Jack Canon's Women of the House: Love, Lust and Loyalty" by Greg Sandora is a story of ideals and corruption alike. The new American president Jack Canon offers us a peek into his demanding life as politician and as very sexual and romantic human being.
The book shows a series of interesting incidents that he has to deal with and plays with ideas, such as secret files that only the president can see, secret and public dealings and all kind of politics.
It is a male fantasy come true with power, s
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Estelle
Jul 21, 2014 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I am sorry but this book did not work for me.
I even asked my husband to read a few pages, asking him if it works for him, his question -- Where is the action, where is the thriller. This is nothing but womanizing. So here is my review. If Jack was my husband he would be my ex husband. Having staff sit on your lap, rub against you etc is crossing so many lines, not to start on the emotional betrayal. Nope not for me.

WaAr rrg
Gladys
Sep 14, 2013 rated it it was amazing
This is one of those stories that possess the ability to seize your attention from the first few lines till the last. With the entire realistic political spectrum, the heart-thumping action and the overflowing glamour, it doesn’t only glued you to your seats but makes you greedy enough to finish it in one go. It embarks not only the daily activities in a President’s life but particularly all the involved women of the House which makes it a roller coaster ride. The story has numerous sub-plots th ...more
Adriana
Feb 23, 2014 rated it really liked it
Women of the House by Greg Sandora has been written with a vibrating “passion” if that terminology didn’t exist before – it does now. Funny phrase came by that went like this – “everybody buys a Ferrari” (that was cute) I found that Jack was the kind of guy I liked immediately while Sandy was just perfect – Christmas shopping and attentive to the family’s needs something that Jack was definitely aware of. Eventhough Women of the House is a political story; I chose to review it because of the mys ...more
Denise Murray Wong
Intense is the most accurate description of the consequential political action, complicated interpersonal relationships and passionate romantic scenarios. In Greg Sandora's thrilling political romance, Jack Canon's Women of the House hold a powerful position which they play with a seductive passion. The characters are larger-than-life and relatable in the respect. Truly a mesmerizing read for a fictitious peek in to the daily state of affairs in the White House, the previous book in the series, ...more
Cianna Sunshine & Mountains Book Reviews
*A Copy of this Book Was Given To Me By The Author In Exchange For An Honest Review*

Women of the House doesn’t disappoint, much like, Jack Canon’s America Destiny, this book has the same sharp instinct, driving action, and political commentary. Jack Canon is set to be the next president; the drama doesn’t end there. It’s very interesting to see how the author weaves this tale. He pulls us in, and really takes us for a ride with this political thriller. You are warned, this book doesn’t slow down
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Majanka
Book Review originally published here: http://www.iheartreading.net/book-tou...

In Jack Canon’s Women of the House, Jack may be settled in the White House as the next president – he has his hands full dealing with how hectic his life suddenly turned out to be. Terrorist attacks, human trafficking, Korea preparing for war, leave him little time to take a break. And then, of course, there are the women of the house. His wife, who he wants to stay faithful to, and his secretary and best friend, Sand
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Wendy Steele
This book gives the reader a glimpse of the intrigue, meetings, plots and sexual exploits that are taking place in the White House as Jack Canon begins his term as US President. There isn't really a story to follow. It's a succession of days and weeks in the President's life.

The descriptions of the women are vivid and well observed and at all the meetings and conferences, topics are discussed in depth and these are Sandora's strengths for me. His obvious economic and political knowledge shines t
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Sylvia
Aug 23, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: blog
Following his win for presidency, Cannon has his mind set on keeping his promises for the American people. Along with this, he has the challenge of making up for the stress and chaos put on his closest friends for helping him to reach the top. 'Women of the House' focuses mainly around the needs of the women who help keep everything at the White House up and running, and the sexual tensions between them and the president.
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Greg Sandora pulls you into the luxurious lifestyle and danger that const
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Nicole
Mar 31, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I think that this book was well written and blended politics with crime extremely well. Greg Sandora did an excellent job at describing his characters.

Jack Canon is now the president of the USA and is now being forced to live up to his promises that he made during his campaigns. But, will he be able to live up to his promises and be a good president? Or will he fail and go down in the books.

Lust, love and loyalty are the biggest themes you'll see in Women of the House and it makes for one wild
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Emmirenchia Loots
Jul 23, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2014
So, this Jack, this is not a man I can like, nor respect and I seriously hope other presidents the world over spends more time in running their country and less going gagga over woman. Jack, whom I really liked in book one, simply does not get a grip on life in this one, and the action is missing replaced with even more lyrical descriptions of woman who surround him daily. Not a bad read but not a thriller and not political.
Lauren
Jul 10, 2014 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Ok I loved the first book in this series. This book took Jack and showed his lack of respect for women. He is such a womanizer!! For most of the book we hear in great detail about his 'employees' and not much about him running the Country. Which I am sure is quite realistic to what occurs in the white house. I felt like part of the ending was thrown in so we had some presidential duties in the book. The author has a great writing style, but now I truly hate Jack! WaAR
Greg Sandora
Dec 30, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
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