Does Jasira support the dynasties and their influence upon the government she covers? Or is she, like Sheila, working to turn the country away from contemporary feudalism and back to democracy?
This is the serial The American Fathers. It involves four dynasties, a Lebanese-American Journalist, an impassioned college professor, a security contractor, a flamboyant hitman, a rebel hacker, a megalomaniac, and a smart, idiosyncratic heiress. There are nine episodes in Season One. Sheila's point of view is central in Swept Away, Dinner Invitation, and Visitors.
Read by: Adrianne Cury, Amro Salama, Amy Montgomery, Antonio Castillo, Cameron Knight, Deb Doetzer, Fawzia Mirza, Jeff Cummings, Jennie Moreau, Juan Francisco Villa, Karin Anglin, Kevin Theis, Rebecca Cox, Scott Duff, Steve Downes, Tony Dobrowolski.
I can't say I'd recommend this book. It's more of an audio drama than a book. Book 1 started out a little slow for me, but then it got quite interesting with very detailed lesbian sex scenes. I would NOT recommend this to anyone under 18. Book 2 started out similar, focusing on the 2 main women from book 1. Then it switches to 2 other characters, Irene and Davin, and their relationship with hardly a mention of the 2 women. Book 3 is all focused on Davin, and how Irene's father puts out a bit on him. There is absolutely no mention of the first 2 women or Irene. The fourth book switches focus as well. I found it very irritating that each book seems almost unrelated to each other. The narration wasn't too bad. Each of the narrators did a decent job.