Thursday, May 19, 2011

Review: Confessions of a First Daughter by Cassidy Calloway

Goodreads: Morgan Abbott has no social life and no privacy, and her every screwup makes front page news. That's what happens when your mom's the president of the United States - and Morgan is sooo over it. But now her mom needs a presidential stand-in! With the help of Morgan's cute new secret service agent, a little makeup, anda lot of family resemblance, she's soon seeing things from the other side of the desk.

Kritters Thoughts: A cute little YA read. I quickly soared through this book with just over 200 pages. A funny and quirky story about a girl who is in the middle of her senior year and trying to cope with the cool crowd when she doesn't fit in. At the same time, she is the daughter of the first female president at a time of unrest in Mexico.

A story filled with moments of comedy and endearment. I loved reading about a woman president and her unique relationship with her husband and daughter. How interesting to hear about how a woman is handling the pressure of the presidency and her family. The parts where the daughter was interacting with her secret service detail were beyond entertaining. Being from DC, I was drawn to this story because I could imagine where they were and what was going on.

A book that I would recommend to girls of all ages. As soon as I found out it had a sequel, I promptly ordered it.
Rating: perfect beach read

Pages: 224

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