Book Review: Jack Canon’s Women of the House

18369918Title: Jack Canon’s Women of the House

Author: Greg Sandora

Genre: Political Thriller

Rating: 4 stars

Purchase: Amazon

Review copy provided by Enchanted Book Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

Two months have passed since the long awaited inauguration of the New President of the United States – Jack Canon. Now he must live up to his promises. The World is wounded, people are hurting, the new President must keep the country afloat. Jack leads a very full life – The first couple’s relationship is hot with passion, but he can never admit that to Sandy, his best friend who is also head over heels in love with him. The Women of the House provide a welcome distraction while helping with the arduous task of running the country.

As President Jack must make tough decisions: Global Terrorism, Human Trafficking, Korea on the brink of war, all while thwarting International Greed. Women of the House is a story of noble sacrifice at extremely high cost. Who’s going to be the first to be strong enough and willing to pay? It’s not all work in Women of the House – Think the Wedding of the Decade meets the Crime of the Century.

Jack Canon’s Women of the House, is a story filled with Love, Lust, and Loyalty where passions can run wild! In Sandora’s monumental sequel, patriotism and valor mingle with an undying love that refuses to quit. Ride along as Jack Canon fights back against the most evil people on the planet. Readers are sure to embrace this unforgettable tale which will appeal to fans of political adventure, suspense and romance alike. Jack Canon’s Women of the House is a story of kindness, passion and courage that can’t be separated.

In Jack Canon’s Women of the House, Jack may be settled in the White House as the next president – he has his hands full dealing with how hectic his life suddenly turned out to be. Terrorist attacks, human trafficking, Korea preparing for war, leave him little time to take a break. And then, of course, there are the women of the house. His wife, who he wants to stay faithful to, and his secretary and best friend, Sandy, who is quite obviously head over heels for him. Jack somehow manages to surround himself with pretty women, although they’re obviously one of his most obvious flaws.

The book feels quite busy at times, and a lot is going on at once. I didn’t mind, this kept the pacing high, and kept me thoroughly entertained. I also admire the author for being brave enough to show the ‘bad’ side of presidency too. While one may start out as an idealist, not everyone in the White House and the president’s inner circle share the same ideals. Some people are highly ambitive, cunning, sometimes even manipulative, willing to do whatever it takes to get what they desire.

The sub-story lines of romance, and Jack’s interaction with the women in his life, was entertaining, but I hope that a real president would be professional enough to keep his head in the game, and not out to conquer women’s hearts. It seems like Jack definitely wants to succeed, but he may be a bit too extracted to do so. It makes for great, sometimes quite funny, reading though.

Overall, another great book by talented author Greg Sandora. His writing is solid, and his characters are each entertaining in their own way. Will there be a third novel in the series? I sure hope so.

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