First Lady The egarley awaited sequel to their thirteen month best seller Madam President Planning a wedding is never easy However most brides don t face the challenges that Lauren Strayer does Her beloved come

  • Title: First Lady
  • Author: Blayne Cooper T. Novan
  • ISBN: 9780974621012
  • Page: 137
  • Format: Paperback
  • The egarley awaited sequel to their thirteen month best seller, Madam President Planning a wedding is never easy However most brides don t face the challenges that Lauren Strayer does Her beloved comes with a ready made family, something the biographer never imagined for herself In addition Lauren s estranged father thoroughly disapproves of her future mate, who justThe egarley awaited sequel to their thirteen month best seller, Madam President Planning a wedding is never easy However most brides don t face the challenges that Lauren Strayer does Her beloved comes with a ready made family, something the biographer never imagined for herself In addition Lauren s estranged father thoroughly disapproves of her future mate, who just happens to be the nation s first female president Lauren tackles the perils the pleasures of parenting and the tension between her private nature and her new, very public role At the same time, Dev, a dedicated public servant, struggles to find the balance between managing the nations s interests, her family, her fears, and her stress, while continuing the development of her relationship with Lauren The result is an action packed, amusing and tender tale of the sort that fans of Cooper Novan have come to love and expect.

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    About “Blayne Cooper T. Novan

    1. Blayne Cooper T. Novan says:

      Blayne Cooper has also written under the pen name Advocate She is the Royal Academy of Bards 2005 Hall of Fame Author and a recipient of the 2014 Academy of Bards Lifetime Achievement Award.Born in Northern California in January 1969, Blayne Cooper is the best selling author of a variety of fiction ranging from mystery romance to outrageous parody With each novel she tackles a new personal writing challenge The result is a diverse collection of lesbian fiction.Blayne has held a number of interesting, and sometimes rather unusual jobs sunflower sexer , and completed a stint as a Combat Medic in the Army National Guard Today, she is a project manager for a legal publishing company by day, and writer by night.In 1990 Blayne graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.A degree in political science The next year she married and in 1995 she graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Law and was admitted into the Oklahoma Bar Association.That same summer, her spirited daughter was born A gregarious son completed the family in 1997 She easily ranks her children as her greatest accomplishment.Blayne has always harbored an interest in fiction, but it wasn t until 1998 that she tried her own hand at writing by reaching out to an online audience A couple of years later, her work was published While she enjoys the challenge of working in multiple genres, it s writing about the humor found in everyday life that gives her the most pleasure.Blayne loves travel, reading, and spending long, sleepless nights crouched over her computer in search of the perfect words that will make people laugh or weep uncontrollably She s still looking, but having a great time on the journey.A rolling stone at heart, Blayne currently resides in the Midwest with her loving spouse, two children, and Wheaton Terrier from the author s website



    2 thoughts on “First Lady

    1. Reviewers note: Spoilers ahead if you haven’t read the first book Madam President.Well I think I might love this just as much or if not more than the first book Madam President.Devlyn is under more stress than ever in the second year of her presidency. She’s trying to make everyone happy and that includes her country, her fiancé and her three children. Lauren is also struggling with parts of her new role as soon to be First Lady, new mother to Devlyns three adorable children all the while h [...]

    2. This sequel finishes up the story very nicely. Didn't feel like something was missing or still needs to be addressed.

    3. Excellent follow up to Madam President. Covering the development of the relationship between the President and her Biographer. I love the realism and humour in this story, it still has its serious moments but so much more scope for hilarityte the wedding preparations and results which are side splittingly funny and quite poignant as well. Great double act with the first book.

    4. This book is also just as good as the first one. Even more hilarious! I found myself laughing out loud so many times. If you want loads of sex you will be disappointed as the scenes are really tasteful and well done. It's a total joy to read!!

    5. This was a great sequel about how Devlyn and Lauren navigate their engagement and marriage while Dev continues her duties as President and Lauren becomes comfortable as a mother and First Lady. This is the sequel to Madam President and is best read after reading that wonderful book.

    6. Read the series twiceI first read Madame President, and had to read First Lady. This was a great series. I enjoyed all of the characters. I laughed out loud often. I definitely would recommend.

    7. Absolutely fabulous.I enjoyed this book as much, and perhaps a little bit more, as Madam President. Devlyn and Lauren are amazing and very charming. There are so many moments that caused me to laugh out loud and moments I had tears in my eyes. Especially the wedding scenes were hilarious and so vividly described. Just as in Madam President, the dialogues were outstanding. I loved the children, they were Incredibly funny and their actions so preciously. It was pure pleasure to read this story. I [...]

    8. I enjoyed this one as much as the first one and I hope there could be another and see how Dev fairs in public life now that she is not the President anymore. One thing I can say for sure I'm glad to see Michael Oats got it in the end he definitely was a character you couldn't even like a little bit. I love this quote from Lauren " I might very be a B***H, But I'm also your First Lady. And least this B***H still has a job." talking to Michael Oats :)

    9. It was too long. And too wordy. And didn't flow particularly well, I really didn't like the jumping from month to month thing. I especially disliked the way that they were getting *together* there were 6-8 pages to actually get to the hot stuff. I wouldn't read another by this author, though I did like the first one, but then there was more happening in it.

    10. I loved this as much as I loved the first one. And this was also full of heart and sense of humor. My only problem is that I want to know WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THEY GO TO "A--------"?? So I am wishing for a continuation so I can continue my journey with Lauren & Dev, and the rest of the family. Huhu

    11. I loved this sequel! You can't go wrong with any of cooper's books. Her humor and style always leaves me laughing and craving more. They are always heartfelt and the characters feel genuine and real.

    12. The first half was so-so. I enjoyed the 2nd half more. I loved the conversation between Ash and Lauren (well, whenever the presidential kids were involved, I liked) and Hector's grandpa moment. Gave me the feels. Couple issues were pretty short-lived, but I can live with that.

    13. Always a fan of T. Novan. Great book and different, having a female president. I loved the relationship that formed and it was nice to see such an original setting.

    14. It felt like it was a lot of short stories blended to make a book rather than one arching plot with subplots. That made it drag in places when it was between story lines.

    15. (sigh) I could read about Devlyn and Lauren forever! Awesome book, I didn't want it to end, a bit sad I won't be lost in their world anymore actually. I loved part one and this one!

    16. I thought it was okay. Much information about there day to day life which was okay. Some information about life as a president which was okay too.

    17. I adore Lauren. I prefer First Lady to madam President (which was awesome)- thought it had a little more depth.

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