Rebecca Rose is a native of Long Island and currently lives in the Washington, D.C. area with her husband and their two daughters. She is a graduate of Fordham University and of Regent University Robertson School of Government. Rebecca is a fan of politics, movies, and the Washington Nationals. She has written extensively as a journalist and is excited to release her debut novel with the Love, Politics, and Survival series.
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The country of Waldovia has been plagued by political deceit and corruption, and perhaps none have been so caught up than George Whitfield, who had made the mistake of choosing nobody’s side in the latest coup against Director Edward Roth, of the Department of Security and Action. George is forced to resign and become Edward’s Deputy Director.
While to some, George may have been given a promotion, he is really fighting to keep his family intact, especially when a new coup is forming and his son is suspected to be involved.
The book takes on themes not only of family and politics, but of love and friendship as the Whitfield family tries to navigate their corrupt world.