Confessions of a First Daughter

Confessions of a First Daughter

by Cassidy Calloway
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Confessions of a First Daughter 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 22 reviews.
TeensReadToo More than 1 year ago
Morgan, aka the Tornado, has a unique talent for messing up and getting into trouble. Normal teens might get away with some of her mishaps, but not the President's daughter. Since she's in the limelight, some of her escapades actually become news. She's just lost her school's presidential race. She's trying to juggle her boyfriend, schoolwork, and a best friend all while under intense security scrutiny. When her security detail switches, she finds herself developing feelings for her Secret Service bodyguard. Morgan's also having a hard time communicating with her mother. Their talks are always interrupted with special meetings and phone calls. It seems like her mother has time for everyone in the world, except her only daughter. When her mother needs to address a vital situation, Morgan fills in as the President of the United States. While Morgan simply wants to live a normal life, is it possible to have average experiences given that she lives in the White House? Or will she adjust and learn to like the advantages that come with her mother's station? Cassidy Calloway writes an expose of a first daughter's life filled with hilarious moments, a little romance, and saving the world one meeting at a time. Morgan's adventures are not to be missed.
mrdarcy3 More than 1 year ago
Morgan, aka the Tornado, has a unique talent for messing up and getting into trouble. Normal teens might get away with some of her mishaps, but not the President's daughter. Since she's in the limelight, some of her escapades actually become news. She's just lost her school's presidential race. She's trying to juggle her boyfriend, schoolwork, and a best friend all while under intense security scrutiny. When her security detail switches, she finds herself developing feelings for her Secret Service bodyguard. Morgan's also having a hard time communicating with her mother. Their talks are always interrupted with special meetings and phone calls. It seems like her mother has time for everyone in the world, except her only daughter. When her mother needs to address a vital situation, Morgan fills in as the President of the United States.While Morgan simply wants to live a normal life, is it possible to have average experiences given that she lives in the White House? Or will she adjust and learn to like the advantages that come with her mother's station? Cassidy Calloway writes an expose of a first daughter's life filled with hilarious moments, a little romance, and saving the world one meeting at a time. Morgan's adventures are not to be missed. I have to admit that I don't like the cover of this book - it just doesn't speak to me. But the story was super cute and funny.
maya_bloomer More than 1 year ago
Confessions of a First Daughter, by Cassidy Calloway, is a look into to the life a teenage girl whose mom is the president of the United States. The main character, Morgan Abbott, is a regular American teenage girl except for the fact that she calls the White House her home. Even with Morgan being the president's daughter she stills seems to get into trouble just like any other kid. She has to face down mean girls and major relationship drama! But suddenly her mom has to fly to Africa to resolve an international dispute, and Morgan decides to replace her mom as the President of the United States! This book was really easy to read and I could relate to the main character because even though she is the president's daughter she is also a regular teenage girl as well. I love current books like this because they are really great for people in high school. My favorite was actually Morgan because I feel like she was going through so much; she is being constantly monitored and followed, she can just have a normal care- free life but she still seems to come out on top. It is a book that you won't be able to put down!
Emily93 More than 1 year ago
This is one of the favourite books. I read the back of this book and thought I should buy it and read it. So I looked everywhere to find it but was not able to. So I ordered this book just to be able to read it.I thought Ohh No i don't know if this is a good idea to buy it.But I LOVE this story it's funny and cute and much more. There is a really good storyline. If you liked "All American Girl" from Meg Cabot you will like this. Also if u have read "Secrets of my Hollywood Life" by Jen Calonita. Then YOU MUST READ THIS.
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KrittersRamblings More than 1 year ago
A cute little YA read. I quickly soared through this book with just over 200 pages. A funny and quirky story about a girl who is in the middle of her senior year and trying to cope with the cool crowd when she doesn't fit in. At the same time, she is the daughter of the first female president at a time of unrest in Mexico. A story filled with moments of comedy and endearment. I loved reading about a woman president and her unique relationship with her husband and daughter. How interesting to hear about how a woman is handling the pressure of the presidency and her family. The parts where the daughter was interacting with her secret service detail were beyond entertaining. Being from DC, I was drawn to this story because I could imagine where they were and what was going on. A book that I would recommend to girls of all ages. As soon as I found out it had a sequel, I promptly ordered it.
Bella Rizzo More than 1 year ago
this book was a great read if you just want something short. i coukdnt stop once i started. i highly reccomend it.
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