Libby McIssac is known for two things: catching bridal bouquets (her record's an even dozen) and having a way with words. Since the former isn't really something that looks good on a résumé, it's helpful to have parlayed the latter into a new career as a political speechwriter. But just as she's making sure her boss looks as if she knows something about well, anything, Libby's world is turned upside down.
Enter a handsome British consultant-a bit on the cagey side, perhaps-who upsets the delicate chain of command around the office and somehow always gets what he wants. Including Libby?
When a media leak of a big-time scandal sends everyone into a tailspin, Libby fears she may get caught in the cross fire. Cue the fake alliances, the secrets, the sex, the subterfuge, the hidden friendships: it's all there.
Welcome to the world of politics, where perception is everything, nothing is as it seems and the last thing you want is to be left speechless.
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