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Bookmobile: Face-Time, by Erik Tarloff


It's not super-new, but it deserves a peek — especially since good political (non-bunker based, non-thriller, non-old man) fiction is harder to find than perfect jeans.

Following a young (refreshingly realistic) Washington power couple from presidential campaign romance to jobs in a Clinton-esque White House, this smarter-than-chick-lit romance is told from the boy's point of view (and he's a speech writer, which made me love him all the more.)

From first kiss to first affair (I'm not going to tell you who has what with whom, but it's good ) the book is peppered with authentic DC details that put fantasy-inaccuracy-fest Legally Blonde 2 to shame (don't get me started). This, plus super-compelling romance and relationships with a twist of wonky flair, means I've read this book at least a dozen times. Check it out.

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