Thursday, November 24, 2011

Between a Rock and a Mad Woman by Stephanie Queen (ebook review)

A novel of romance and political intrigue. In this world of politics, romance wins over cynicism and the good guys finish first.

Not since JFK, has a political candidate used his wit and charm to such an advantage as Peter “the Rock”. On the other hand, there hasn’t been a woman so admired as a crusader against corrupt power since Joan of Arc… until “Mad” Madeline. Madeline is running for Governor of Massachusetts against Peter. Madeline and Peter were once in love—before she broke his heart.
In the midst of the campaign battle they reignite their volatile relationship, but on warring sides of the ticket, they can’t afford for the media to find out too. As they fight each other for office they find they have an enemy in common. When their enemy drives up the stakes, Peter must decide if he’ll risk his career and fight with Madeline to overcome the political crisis. Madeline has to decide if she trusts Peter—and whether she still loves him.


I was in pain from shoveling the driveway yesterday so i decided to take it easy today and do some reading. I am glad I read this book. Very well written and it kept me reading until the very end. If you like contemporary romance books then this one you might like.

If you want to purchase this book you can do so at and Smashwords.

*I was given a free copy of this eBook for my honest review*

I give this 5 out of 5

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