Rosie and Abigail are like family, Ina Merriweather used to say. That is, until the day Ina abruptly cast out her housekeeper, Rosie, and her 15-year-old daughter, Abigail. Abigail felt deeply betrayed, especially by Ina's daughter, Lila, who was her closest friend. Only Lila's twin brother, Vaughn, with whom Abigail had been exploring the joys and heartaches of first love, showed any compassion.
"WAY too long"
When 20-something fundraiser Olivia Green's good friend taps her to help with the presidential run of her boss, she knows she has just landed her dream job. Taylor ardently believes in the decency of the American people and the possibility of prosperity for all. Sacrificing her sleep, comfort, and income to make the world a better place is the obvious call. Right? But what's a girl to do when the man with a vision has the most captivating blue eyes? And what's a professional on the rise to do when the most charming, erudite, capable, and ostensibly honorable man in the free world wants to take her to bed (but he's married and her boss)?