True love calls for bipartisan commitment ...
Gwendolyn Taylor has campaigned for President Barack Obama and is committed to working for his reelection. After that, the librarian and activist plans on taking an early retirement – or so she thinks. One of Gwen’s volunteer organizations wants her to help unseat the incumbent state senator – by running for his office. Gwen has her doubts until she meets the senator’s distractingly sexy – and socially unconscious – campaign manager.
Noah Barrow sees his candidate as the best choice for their community. He believes in the senator’s integrity, commitment and platform. Gwen is a very attractive woman – distractingly so – but she is also a policy novice with dreams of political grandeur – or so he thinks. Gwen’s ideas are fresh and different enough that they just might work, but it takes more than promising proposals to run a successful campaign.
With such conflicting ideologies, could Noah and Gwen find a way to merge their platforms for the sake of their community – and their hearts?
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I've always wanted to read anything by Patricia Sargeant. Why not start with her latest release? I'm so thrilled I got to read CAMPAIGN FOR HER HEART. I was unaware of this DECADES series before getting this book. Sargeant's book is the second to the last in the series, covering the 2010s decade. The book is about a frustrated librarian who wants her state senator to pay attention to the people in his community. When he doesn't and his current campaign manager takes notice, the campaign manager leaves and decides to help the librarian run against him to secure the party's nomination. I wish Gwen Taylor was a real person. I would definitely vote for her. Even though Sargeant makes it obvious that Gwen is of a certain age, old enough to retire soon, I kept imagining the character looking like Stacy Abrams. And I imagined the hero looking like Tina Knowles' husband, Richard Lawson, an older man who is still incredibly handsome. I enjoyed reading this book. I don't think I noticed any editing errors, which is a relief. And the story kept my attention. My only selfish wish is that I wanted the story to be longer. I wanted to see a flashback of when Gwen and Noah originally dated. I wanted to see the moment they broke up years before. I loved the fact that Sargeant gave Noah another conflict besides the election and the hero and heroine fighting their attraction to each other. A great read. This will not be the last time I read something by Patricia Sargeant. #CillasBookManiacs