Love, Hate and Clickbait
Shake some hands. Kiss some coworkers. Cutthroat political consultant Thom Morgan is thriving, working on the governor of California's presidential campaign. If only he didn't have to deal with Clay Parker, the infuriatingly smug data analyst who gets under Thom's skin like it's his job. In the midst of one of their heated and very public arguments, a journalist snaps a photo, but the image makes it look like they're kissing. As if that weren't already worst-nightmare territory, the photo goes viral -- and in a bid to secure the liberal vote, the governor asks them to lean into it. Hard. Thom knows all about damage control -- he practically invented it. Ever the professional, he'll grin and bear this challenge as he does all others. But as the loyal staffers push the boundaries of 'giving the people what they want,' the animosity between them blooms into something deeper and far more dangerous: desire. Soon their fake relationship is hurtling toward something very real, which could derail the campaign and cost them both their jobs...and their hearts.
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"I really liked this book but it felt a little disjointed to me and didn’t have the best flow. Each chapter just felt like I missed some feeling and it was starting from a different place. I did like how things changed over time and I felt like the book itself got better as it went on. There were just some parts that I felt I was being told and not shown the story. Overall, I really liked the story concept and the plot. I thought it was clever and well written for a first book."
"Awww I just finished and this story was pretty good. I still have that post-read buzz so I might be biased but I found this story to be really good!! Right away you’re already thrown into the comedy. The story was told from both of the protagonist’s perspectives which is always a plus in my opinion. And I loved the character growth. I got to see how they both matured and grown throughout the course of this story. And honestly, this has nothing to do with the story, but it took me like a good 10 or so rereads to know which character’s name belonged to which person. There nothing wrong with the names it’s just I feel like the author could have use more prominent or distinctive names but that’s just me. :) "