When Cassidy Shea is fired by the news network that she works for her work life is sent into a spin. Sure, she wrote a slightly inappropriate Tweet but was it really worth firing her for. Where are her rights? Her freedom of speech?
Fortunately Cassidy’s luck is about to change. She is hired as a political commentator for Will Becker’s campaign. Hailed to be the next president, Becker employs Cassidy aka Twitter Girl to take down the competition with a snarky Tweet or two.
What Cassidy doesn’t bank on is the amount of beautiful and eligible men working on the campaign; including Senator Becker. She quickly finds herself embroiled in an office romance that could take her all the way to the most famous office of them all – the Oval Office.
One thing TG learnt as a roving reporter is that if things seem too good to be true then they probably are….
I loved this book. I’m just going to get that out there now. It was the perfect read I needed to start my weekend. It was fun, frisky but still had heart. It wasn’t just a fluffy light rom-com; it had a message to it.
I loved the diverse range of characters. Alongside the main players – Cassidy, her brother Sam, best friend Ripley and friend Tyler – the tertiary characters didn’t seem throwaway. They all had a purpose. They were well rounded and more importantly – well written.
Having never read anything by Tatano before I wasn’t sure what to expect but I was pleasantly surprised when I got a good, interesting romp with a mystery. I will definitely be reading more by this writer…and you all should too.
Twitter Girl by Nic Tatano is available now.
You can follow Nic Tatano @NicTatano and her alter ego Twitter Girl @TwitrGrlCassidy