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Vice President Jane Kincaid is up for reelection alongside President Dennis Collins. Of immeasurable help and comfort to her is her lover, Secret Service Agent Alexandria Warner and her sister/campaign manager, Corey Kincaid. 

Even though she's planned for a tough fight, the campaign's equilibrium is threatened by the rumor that Collins is about to be engulfed in scandal. The news comes from Julia Landen, a reporter assigned to the campaign and Alex's ex-girlfriend. Jane wants her campaign to stay above the mire, but Corey and Julia grow increasingly obsessed with Collins's problems - and they spend more and more time together. Not happy to have her ex underfoot, Alex shares Jane's concern about the burgeoning romance. 

On the eve of the party convention the scandal explodes on the front pages, gutting the viability of the Collins/Kincaid ticket. Everyone suspects dirty tricks and Alex undertakes an investigation - but any evidence she finds won't change the fact that Jane is once again standing on the edge of history. This time winning and losing both come with infinite consequences.

©2012 Tracey Richardson (P)2020 Tantor

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Splendid follow up the Candidate

You’re always in for a treat when Lori Prince and Tracey Richardson are matched up. Sad about what happened to one of my favorites characters but seeing the good that happens for Jane, makes it bearable. Highly recommend this audio.

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Better than the first part

This one was better than the first one, and usually it is the way around. So I am glad I got it. It was less political, and more of a story. and Lori Prince did an excellent job as usually.

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A Political Romance

Vice President Jane Kincaid is gearing up for the reelection campaign. Her wife Alex is a Secret Service agent and her life line. Balancing love and happiness in a political arena is not easy especially for a lesbian and a person of integrity. Political intrigue and romance between characters. Great narration. Recommend.

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  • 07-26-21

Great

Great follow up,I love the chemistry between all of the characters my only hope is that one day this could be a true story.

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  • 10-09-21

Good ending

Enjoyed the first in this series and this was a very good final chapter introducing some new characters.
Again a good listen well performed by Lori Prince.
That's 3 by Tracey Richardson that I would not have chosen if not for the first being "included" it will not be the last.