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Contemporary Women's Fiction | Contemporary Chick Lit | Women's Fiction
The heroine of Kristin Gore's bestselling
inside-the-beltway romp Sammy's Hill returns, and
this time the laughs are richer and the stakes are higher --
at home and in the house (the White House, that is)
Samantha Joyce is many things: Health care policy wonk.
Hypochondriac. Lover of Japanese Fighting Fish (and of
Charlie Lawton, her Washington Post reporter
boyfriend). Jumper-to-conclusions. And when all these
identities collide -- as they do most days -- the results
are always unpredictable.
Sammy's role as an advisor
to Vice President Robert Gary (RG for short) has led her
down some exciting professional paths, like when she
accompanies RG on a trip to India to help open
pharmaceutical supply lines, and some troubling ones -- like
when the president secretly asks her to plumb those lines to
acquire as yet unapproved drugs for his own personal use.
Her job interferes with her love life, too, after Charlie is
transferred to New York for a huge story just when she's
expecting a proposal, and they find that distance combines
poorly with Sammy's dedication to her work and her
overactive imagination. And then there's the surprising --
though ego-pleasing -- series of passes thrown Sammy's way,
culminating in a highly embarrassing photo of a Hollywood
hotshot's hand where it doesn't belong, published in the
pages of Us Weekly . . .
As the dual crises
in Sammy's personal and professional lives come to a head,
and her ideals are put to the ultimate test, readers will be
flipping pages madly, wondering what might come next.
Because in Sammy's house, anything is possible.
Interviews for Sammy's House
Interview with Kristin Gore Sammy's House July 5, 2007
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