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It made me examine not only my thoughts about this country and our media, but it made me take a good long look at myself. Add that to a very enjoyable read and to me that's a darn good book.
It's tough! Oct 06, Dana rated it it was ok. Finished a bad, bad book late today, while sitting in my car outside the public library yes, it was closed as today is sunday with a latte and a donut don't judge me.
I wanted to put it into the return bin outside the library the minute I finished. The book was 8 days late because I had very little time, and perhaps not much inclination, to get it done, and yet I wanted to finish it.
Oh, the book? Not much has changed since then, except for the increased presence of social media, texting, twittering,etc.
Names are changed, the cigar is replaced with a shaving brush, there is more involvement of the young intern's family, and there is an "after" story that perhaps fills in some gaps.
Basically, the presentation of the novel was just stupid, shallow and contrived, certainly NOT riveting, and yet I did need to get to the end.
I would have liked to read more about the impeachment trial, which took up less than a sentence in the book. Do not waste time or money on this one.
I would rather read a true account of what happened, than this fact based novel that had promise, but failed, to deliver.
Jul 13, Elizabeth rated it really liked it. I disagree with the comments on here about her being naive and young - that is to say, I agree with them, but don't any of you remember being young and naive?
She was lonely and in a new town, and was beyond flattered that the President was hitting on her. Sep 08, Kirsten rated it liked it.
This is just okay - better than most chick lit out there, at least. I got fed up with the distractions of the weird family dynamic and thought there could have been less of that Jamie herself, yeah, she's pretty dim and naive.
Also - the timeline was a major problem. The main story was clearly set in the present day - cell phones, hour news, Facebook, plus mentions of Mad Men and reading Gone Girl.
But in the epilogue, she mentions Weiner and Spitzer and all those sex scandals that have This is just okay - better than most chick lit out there, at least.
But in the epilogue, she mentions Weiner and Spitzer and all those sex scandals that have happened since the supposed action of the book.
You can't have it both ways - that was sloppy. Jan 07, Sarah Marble rated it really liked it.
This book is sort of awful and gross, but also relatable. The protagonist is crazy in love. Actually crazy.
If it's happened to you, this book makes you feel like less of freak and more of one, because the person you got addicted to and went insane for was not the President of the United States, it was just some loser douche.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Two-second recap: The First Affair is an entertaining and fast read, but lacks the substance and depth required for a novel with such a subject matter.
Luckily for me, Atria books kindly obliged, and sent me a galley via NetGalley! Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus do a fairly good job of setting Washington up as a town where everyone knows everyone else's business, and people are willing to step over others to succeed.
They also convey the sense of ruthlessness innately ingrained in the city, which they also showed startling well in The Nanny Diaries.
I definitely got a sense of why Jamie was attracted to the environment, and felt like she could succeed there. Emma and Nicola did a fantastic job of showing how Jamie's achievements could be completely overshadowed by Erica's physical and mental needs, and how that would result in such a complex, twisted relationship between the sisters.
However, at the same time, Emma and Nicola gave enough hints of the love between the two girls, to show why Erica would still come to Jamie's rescue when needed, despite having personal reservations about what Jamie was getting involved in.
Emma and Nicola do a fantastic job of capturing both the painful nostalgia of what it feels like for Jamie to interact with a friend who represents the simplicity of college life, and how she now has to work harder to keep up with her new friends.
After all, she's doing something that society instinctively rails against. However, even with that in mind, I found it difficult to jive with Jamie and her overall mindset.
She spends most of the book being profoundly needy and naive, in a way that made me wonder how she even managed to graduate from college.
I spent a lot of time mentally facepalming, whenever Jamie did or said something that was just startling naive.
In other words, Jamie's personality made the story less compelling. And as a result, it not only undermined the story, it also undermined affair.
I found it difficult to belive that the leader of the free world - horn dog that he is - would fall for someone who is so genuinely clueless about the world around her.
On that note I think we want to see the psychosis and personalities involved, and just how people are driven to pursuing that affair.
However, you don't really get that here. I reread The First Affair twice, and I'm still having difficulty seeing why Jamie and Greg were attracted to each other.
Yes, Jamie has severe emotional issues related to the men in her life. Yes, Greg has emotional issues on how he's running the government.
But Emma and Nicola don't really explain just why they find each other attractive, outside of physical attributes.
I definitely wanted more. Emma and Nicola try to reproduce that form of political satire here, but it just doesn't work. There are a lot of hints and suggestions to how President Rutland is similar to our current commander-in-chief - e.
I almost used the world "sleazy", but I also think that's unfair to Emma and Nicola's writing style. It felt a little wrong.
I would still recommend it for fans of NA and romance novels, but with some reservation. Thank you! Aug 07, Jenny Lynn rated it liked it. Slight spoilers ahead so read at your own risk.
Thanks to the authors, Atria Books, and NetGalley. Even though this book made me wildly uncomfortable I spent most of my time reading half-yelling at Jamie which was fine when I was home alone but a little odd when I was in the break room at work.
Lots of weird looks my way, so thanks for that I though Slight spoilers ahead so read at your own risk. Lots of weird looks my way, so thanks for that I thought it was interesting and a good, inside looks at the world of politics and scandal mostly the scandal part.
There were twists I didn't see coming, twists that I totally saw coming, twists I thought I saw coming only to be lulled into a false sense of security before being proven right, and one twist that blew my mind the person who orchestrated Jamie and Erica's escape.
Just wow. Never saw that coming in a million years. There were times when I wanted to slap every character in the book seriously, every one of them.
I hope someone eventually pressed charges against him. Though I was a little confused at the first mention of him because I thought he was a teenager like Jamie.
Only later did I figure out that he was older and therefore creeptastic and hate-worthy. If not then maybe that should be made a little more explicit.
It made thins a little confusing further down the line. Like I said, the plot made me wildly uncomfortable because illicit affairs always make me uncomfortable but I didn't hate Jamie like I thought I might.
Even though I hated the bad decisions she made, I could understand why she made them. That doesn't mean I agreed with her--far from it--but I could understand that she wasn't thinking clearly, that she was swept up in this crazy, huge situation, that she let her emotions rule her head to her detriment even if she couldn't see it at the time.
I mean, it must have been an incredibly heady thing to have one of the most powerful men in the world pay attention to you.
Speaking from experience though my experience is massively different from Jamie's. Let me reiterate, massively different , it's a heady thing when someone you're attracted to likes you back, pays attention to you, romances you, that sometimes you ignore all the little and huge warning signs telling you that it's a bad idea.
You convince yourself that things can work out. You create fantasies in your head of how life will be once everything works out even though it probably won't work out and then are distraught when those fantasies don't happen or even don't happen as quickly as you want them to.
I think that's why I couldn't dislike Jamie; I've done the same thing to a much lesser extent. McLaughlin and Kraus are really good at creating real, believable characters who are human, make mistakes, and then try to piece their lives back together.
Jamie certainly wasn't perfect--she made some real whoopers on the bad decision scale and sometimes acted like a child when people didn't support those bad decisions--but she seemed like she could be a real person caught up in an insane situation.
Even though the first act was a little slow, it was easy to read and easy to anticipate that things would soon start spiraling out of control.
And boy did they spiral. I was so tense and anxious reading as Jamie's world imploded and I liked that the resolution, while not some neat and perfect thing tied up with a bow, was fulfilling, at least for most of the people involved.
There were some things I didn't like but then I'm a much more vindictive person than Jamie was and she did manage to stir up some trouble for Mike so that made me happy , but on the whole I enjoyed this book even though I knew it was not going to have a happy ending.
But then I kinda think it did have a sorta happy ending: Jamie did get to go to Venice after all.
Aug 25, Maggie rated it it was amazing Shelves: chick-lit. I devoured this book. I could not put my Kindle down and stayed up late to treasure this one.
The authors excel at showing how and why Gregory Rutland would be able to rise up to become President of the United States. This character seemed to be that wise-cracking and charming but somewhat slick guy that many woman would find attractive.
I was also strongly reminded of Bill Clinton. The only point of contention I have with this book is that while there is barely a glance passed between the couple, the affair has begun.
I wonder if Jamie had not been sent to his office and seen him in the midst of a panic attack if anything would have happened.
Was he faking this panic attack to seem more vulnerable? The whole beginning of the affair seems somewhat fast and muddled to me, but again maybe that just lends to the blurry speed with which everything occurs.
We seldom think about the families of the big names in scandals, news and the tabloids. However, this book shows that the families, though they may know nothing about what is going on, is just as under scrutiny and attack as the major players.
I guess it speaks for the growth that Jamie undergoes through the whole situation. The First Affair would have been perfect for the short vacation that I am about to take.
You will be done with it quickly but may wind up neglecting your family just to see what happens next.
I received a copy of this book in order to provide a review. Oct 06, Jane Thomson rated it liked it. I would have to agree with those on this comment list who feel that Jamie is a character who lacks maturity and insight.
However, I think that with maturity comes the wisdom of looking at the whole picture. There were so many times when the reader wanted to yell : "Stop and think about what you are doing!
Yet, she was young and her previous love affair had ended in disaster; her family life was close to being dysfunctional; her ability to I would have to agree with those on this comment list who feel that Jamie is a character who lacks maturity and insight.
Yet, she was young and her previous love affair had ended in disaster; her family life was close to being dysfunctional; her ability to make important decisions was far too dependent on the opinions of others.
She is a flawed human who desperately needs to feel loved The repercussions of her actions are widespread and painful. I appreciate that the authors have made the reader cringe so often during the last half of the story.
How totally humiliating such notoriety must be for those caught in such compromising situations.
Rather, for allowing themselves to indulge in such situations By the end, the reader feels that the young woman HAS grown and changed into an adult because of her experience.
There is a certain lack of fairness in the fact that a former president can still earn in the millions after such a travesty, but reality has shown us that this IS the case!
I would recommend this book to readers - especially for the second half. Aug 14, Nancy rated it liked it. He's having a panic attack; she's available; and a bit of groping ensues.
Jaime wants someone to love her — even like her — so it's heady stuff when the President wants to cuddle.
I found the first half of this book uninteresting. Jamie comes across as an immature character with a selfish outlook.
The groping scenes with the President and her confession to her girl friends seem juvenile. I couldn't see what interested him about her.
The second half of the book was better. Interoffice politics and jealousy combine to bring the affair into the open.
The FBI and worse the newspapers get involved. It is fast paced and interesting enough to keep you reading.
The ending like the beginning is a disappointment. Everything is wrapped up neatly, but there isn't much character growth or even understanding of the situation.
I can't recommend this book unless you were fascinated by the Lewinsky scandal and want to revisit something close to it. The book, particularly the first half, is not particularly well written and the characters are stereotypes or, in the case of the President, flat.
I reviewed this book for Net Galley. May 17, Stacie rated it did not like it Shelves: , fiction , netgalley-read.
I wanted to like this book. I've wanted to like all the author's books and yet I haven't. Yet I keep reading them. Anyway, the story focuses on a young intern in DC during election season and the trouble she finds herself in when she has an affair with the President.
Mostly it was just a cautionary tale on why you don't get involved with married people, especially those in powerful places and I wanted to like this book.
Mostly it was just a cautionary tale on why you don't get involved with married people, especially those in powerful places and you never EVER know who you can trust with your deepest darkest secrets.
I didn't find any of the characters likeable but that's not really a complaint, just an observation.
The characters don't always need to be likeable for me to like a book but I think it may have helped this one along.
Received from Net Galley. Jul 17, Isla rated it did not like it Shelves: chick-lit. May 17, Alexis rated it liked it. Okay, so this book had a lot going on, but not a lot going on.
I later discovered that two authors wrote this book. It was not well put together to me.. The transitions from place, to place were not smooth; maybe due to the author collaboration, not sure.
I actually had to start over after the third or so chapter to try the book out again due to slight confusion. Overall, I liked the book, there was a friendly small 'actiony' twist which was really cool.
I grabbed this book at Okay, so this book had a lot going on, but not a lot going on. I would recommend with a warning on the transitions.
Aug 25, Liz Fenton rated it it was amazing. Sep 03, Kaley rated it liked it Shelves: women-s-fiction , read-in Originally reviewed at Books Etc.
The novel was a good one and while I didn't love it as much as their others, it still had me frantically flipping pages so to speak to find out what would happen in the end.
The best thing about this book was the feeling of being behind the scenes o Originally reviewed at Books Etc.
The best thing about this book was the feeling of being behind the scenes of a huge scandal. Just as Kraus and McLaughlin's novel Between You and Me my review here made you think about what Britney Spears was going through during her breakdown, The First Affair put you in a position to really consider how Monica Lewinsky was feeling during the scandal with President Clinton.
It's easy to forget that what we hear in the media isn't just another fictional story. These books allow us to remember there's a real person behind the reports and lies.
I know I'm going to sound contradictory with my next statement. I love McLaughlin and Kraus's writing because it feels like I'm experiencing everything right along with the character.
The fact is, Jamie is having an affair with the President of the United States. That's some heavy stuff.
Even a character having an affair with a regular married man could be hard to take but the things Jamie has to deal with, particularly at the end of the novel, are gut wrenching.
Though I sometimes felt emotionally uncomfortable while reading, I still think the authors did a great job of writing this story and the characters.
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This was a pilot for a series centering on Maggie Dale, an advice columnist. This was somewhat in the tradition of shows like Fantasy Island.
When she receives a letter, the writer's A young girl attending Harvard on a scholarship finds herself falling for the husband of her English professor.
This movie was well presented for the time it came out -- a movie like this would not work today.
On a general note, from the title, you can tell what the scenario is going to be -- a college freshman accepts a job from her English professor babysitting for her two children.
She then meets her professor's husband, which awakens something in both of them -- they start looking at each other from the get-go. He is then only too glad to drive her home when she babysits.
Then they confess to each other how they really feel, which leads to a kiss, then another and another, and so on It goes through the usual highs, then the lows -- the excitement, then the heartaches.
One can learn from this movie of what an affair can do to a marriage. The one problem though was that he seemed to put himself in conspicuous places with her, i.
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