Compromising Positions

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In her quest to land the ultimate job as a publicist for a U.S. Senator, Mercedes Fortunato finds she's gotten more than she bargained for: a hot young boss whose advances she would gladly welcome, and a creepy old Viagra-addicted boss whose advances she's stuck fending off on a daily basis. When she learns the Senator's hanky panky extends well beyond the bedroom, she finds she's in real trouble. More

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Words: 87,250
Language: English
ISBN: 9780983741930
About Jenny Gardiner

Jenny Gardiner is the author of the award-winning novel SLEEPING WITH WARD CLEAVER, the memoir WINGING IT: A MEMOIR OF CARING FOR A VENGEFUL PARROT WHO'S DETERMINED TO KILL ME, and the novels SLIM TO NONE, OVER THE FALLS, HOUSE OF CARDS and a contributor to the upcoming humorous dog-lovers anthology, I'M NOT THE BIGGEST BITCH IN THIS RELATIONSHIP. Her work has been found in Ladies Home Journal, the Washington Post and on NPR’s Day to Day. She likes to say she honed her fiction writing skills while working as a publicist for a US Senator. Other jobs have included: an orthodontic assistant (learning quite readily that she was not cut out for a career in polyester), a waitress (probably her highest-paying job), a TV reporter, a pre-obituary writer, and a photographer (claim to fame: being hired to shoot Prince Charles--with a camera, silly!). She lives in Virginia with her husband, three kids, two dogs, one cat, one rabbit, and a gregarious parrot. In her free time she studies Italian, dreams of traveling to exotic locales, and feels very guilty for rarely attempting to clean the house.

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Review by: Chris Adonn on Nov. 15, 2011 :
Odd.... I wrote up a review and it has not shown up.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Chris Adonn on Nov. 15, 2011 :
This was an enjoyable and light hearted read. It was also a rather interesting portrayal of the Washington political scene. The love story aspect was rather sweet and refreshing in that it was not the usual "middle class beauty meets and gets swept off her feet by millionaire playboy who has met his match".
I recommend this to anyone who likes contemporary romance with a bit of drama and heat thrown in the mix.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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