Sammy’s Hill by Kristin Gore

sammys hillBook - Chick Lit meets The West Wing and if you enjoy the TV series Scandal you will probably like this book.  This fun, fast read is written by Kristin Gore, daughter of former Vice-President Al Gore. The main character, Samantha Joyce, Sammy, is a 26 year old domestic policy advisor to the Junior Senator from Ohio, Robert Gary.  Sammy is an idealist who shares the Senator’s passion for health care reform.  She is dedicated, big-hearted and loves working on Capitol Hill, never complaining about her 70 hour work week, despite being a hypochondriac and ever hopeful for romance.   During a fact finding mission working on Gary’s latest health care related bill, she meets Aaron, a speechwriter for Senator Bramen a powerful politician with questionable ethics.  Dizzy with love and overworked Sammy mistakenly sends a racy message to over 200 of Capitol Hill’s political elite giving Samantha her first taste of D.C. scandal. Love is in the air, but can her romance with Aaron survive when their bosses become political rivals?  Kristin Gore is a keen observer of politics and definitely shares her insider knowledge of D.C. social life and how things really work in Washington and on the campaign trail. A light enjoyable read and I actually learned a few things.  Good news, if you like this book-there is a sequel, Sammy’s House and rumor has it that there is a movie in the making.

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I've been working in Adult Services at the Warrenville Public Library for 13 years. I also lead the Wednesday Afternoon Book Discussion. I like to read literary fiction, historical fiction, mysteries, thrillers, and memoirs. I also enjoy cooking, gardening, and walking. All of which I can do while listening to audiobooks.

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