In some ways being the Governor's daughter is like living in a glass house but it has its advantages if one developes a skin thick enough to compensate for the fragility and transparency of the walls. Leona has coped with the rough and tumble of political life by building the thickness of the walls of her heart. Brilliant, healthy and comely but small and on the skinny side she thinks she has suffered it all at the hands of the press but she has always been on the politically correct side. Although she is twenty-six she finds herself in her first romantic relationship. The other half of the romantic encounter is in an entirly different situation.
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- 01 Sep 2011
- Morrisville, NC, United States