Friday, December 10, 2010

Secrets of a First Daughter by Cassidy Calloway

Morgan is a National Disaster.

Morgan Abbott couldn’t be happier. Super-cute Max has quit her Secret Service detail to be her (secret) boyfriend, and the annoying Brittany Whittaker has been ousted from class president, leaving the post open for Morgan! Life is pretty sweet.

Now Morgan just has to tackle college applications—but she has so much else to juggle that looking that far ahead seems impossible! Good thing she’s graceful under pressure . . . well, sometimes.

A trip to London should be just the thing to take her mind off all the craziness, but true to form, chaos follows Morgan wherever she goes—and the trip turns into an international disaster. Can she make it right? Or will she cause a royal mess?

I didn’t read the first book in the series before I read this one, which is the second book. I felt that I didn’t have to read the first book, nothing was too unfamiliar and foreign to me which is good. I do, however recommend reading the first book first. Cassidy Calloway wrote a swoon-worthy, drop dead adorable novel that is so good I couldn’t, for a second put it down.
Morgan is a snappy character that I didn’t get tired of. Max was just… wow. While I was reading this, I was in complete swoon mode. Morgan and Max together was electric. Calloway did a great job writing the chemistry between them.
Every time Morgan did something incredibly clumsy or kind of dumb, I couldn’t help but smile because that’s just what kind of book this is. It makes you smile when you’re feeling down. Secrets of a First Daughter is the perfect night-in read. It’s breezy, addicting, and incredibly sweet. I loved it!

FTC- Publisher

1 comment:

Laura said...

I haven't heard of this, but it seems cute!