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Book Review: A Primary Decision

Being the third in a series of books, I wasn’t sure how well I would pick up on the stories and the characters within. In all, I would suggest you read the first two books before beginning this one. It will help knowing backgrounds and all.


The publisher’s blurb:

Forces Conspire to Take the Worthington Family Down

Sarah Worthington never expected to become the US attorney general–at least not this early in her career. Plunged into the vicious vetting process, with all sides digging for secrets in her family closet, she steels herself for the path forward. Nothing will deter her from making her mark on the world in the biggest way possible–even if that means prosecuting the current president of the United States. Yet powerful forces conspire behind the scenes to take the Worthington family down, and the president orders her to close the investigation. Will she comply? Or turn the tables to pursue her ultimate dream–the US presidency?

This exciting conclusion to The Worthington Destiny series will have readers on the edge of their seats–just in time for the 2016 presidential race.

What I thought of it:

While I would have liked to have read the other two books in this series first, I did enjoy this one on its own. For me, it was a little difficult to connect with the characters at first, but I credit this being my introduction to them for that.

Sarah Worthington, whose older brothers are the centers of the first two books, is being vetted to become the next Attorney General. Her brother, Sean, who is powerful outside of government, is suspected as being involved with the Polar Bear Bomber, and Sarah is trying to clear his name. (Obviously, this wouldn’t be good for her prospects as Attorney General, either!) Will all of this be resolved and the truth found out? Or will Sarah’s dreams be destroyed before she even gets her chance to shine?


**I was sent this copy from Revell Publishers in exchange for my fair and honest opinion.**



Syd is a Midwestern girl who doesn’t think the term “girl” is sexist in the least – especially after she left her 20s. She holds a huge love for history (from WWI through the end of WWII, Victorian, Regency, and Elizabethan eras), some science fiction, and likes to pass the time reading, working with photography and needlework, and writing things. Lots of things. Syd likes to dance, too, but she looks like an utter goob doing so!

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