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  • Posted December 1, 2011

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    Handcuffed to a powerful Marshall? Every girls dream!

    The Marshall¿s series has been a joy to read and I will be very sad when the last one in the series has been written. Introducing the Marshall¿s¿ A rich, powerful family that mixes business, politics¿ and pleasure. If the US had a royal family ¿ this would be it! What can one say about the Marshall¿s, a series written by the talented and gifted romance author, Kimberly Lang. These men are the height of DC society, rich, famous and the Marshall sons, not too hard on the eyes. Nathan (The Privileged and the Damned), runs the financial side of the family¿s business. Brady (The Power and the Glory) the political side of his father¿s campaign senatorial campaign. And Finn, the youngest and a Hollywood playboy, (Redemption of a Hollywood Starlet), the spoiled baby brother. All three are close and love to tease each other. Three strong heroes you¿ll definitely fall in love with and you¿ll definitely approve of the women they choose. The Power and the Glory is ¿buttoned up¿ Brady Marshall¿s story and one I will long remember. It especially hit home to me with all of the politics here in the USA plus all of the scandals. I wondered what sort of a character the author would write and Aspyn Breedlove was perfect. The daughter of ¿hippies¿ who demonstrated for world causes and Aspyn was following in her parents shoes; she was the spokesperson for The People¿s Imitative and now found herself handcuffed to the sexy and handsome Brady Marshall. Like her parents, her dress was that of a ¿flower child¿. All of the Marshall Brother¿s adore their famous Grand and Grams Marshall. Like their grandfather, their father is again, running for the US Senate. They barely tolerate their father but adore their grandparents and each other. However, it was Brady that interested me because I wondered how he was going to remedy the handcuff situation and when he offered Aspyn as job working on the campaign and listening to what the people wanted just to end the negative publicity, I knew it would blow up in his face. Brady and Aspyn¿s love story, like most couples had a rocky beginning but in the end, they were both good for each other. However, to get that happy ending, they both had to go through some pain and suffering, because in the end the falseness and lies came to a roaring explosion. You will not just want to read The Power and the Glory; you will want to invest in all three books. Book Description: The Marshall¿s...A rich, powerful family that mixes business, politics...and pleasure. If the US had a royal family - this would be it! Any red-blooded woman would kill to be handcuffed to political hot-shot Brady Marshall, but campaigner Aspyn Breedlove wants to raise awareness - not her own acute consciousness of those delicious, iron-hard muscles beneath Brady's expensive suit...Overnight she's an internet sensation, and in a shock move she's made part of the Marshall re-election campaign...Aspyn hopes she can dance with the devil and create change from within. But what chance does she have when that devil is sex-on-legs Brady Marshall - and she wants to do considerably more than dance with him...?

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