THE MARRIAGE CAMPAIGN
THE MARRIAGE CAMPAIGN (4.5) by Karen Templeton: Blythe Broussard’s troubled childhood has enabled her to recognize the same turmoil in others — that’s why she warns Wes Phillips that his son is headed in the same destructive direction. It’s especially why she’s fighting her attraction to him. Wes lost his wife and gained a congressional seat at the same time. Now, two years later, he’s dealing with his son’s problems and his fierce attraction to Blythe, who wants nothing to do with him. He knows she’s exactly what he and his son need, but convincing her may take an act of congress. Templeton deftly deals with challenging issues by weaving humor into this heartbreakingly brilliant story, filled with larger-than-life characters and delightful love scenes.