New York, New York (PressExposure) March 27, 2012 -- A United States presidential candidate learns that someone is out to destroy his candidacy and family, months before the election. His illegitimate daughter whom he has never met falls in love with his adopted son. What happens next is an exciting turn of events that would keep the readers of this contemporary romance novel hooked onto this book till the end. The new book from the writing pair Elyse Douglas takes the readers on a romantic and adventurous journey that involves secret affairs, presidential politics and astrology.
This online romance book is the story of love and revenge, brilliantly executed with all the exciting elements. In the story, a professional astrologer called Joanna rescues a man named Robert from the sea. Robert finds perfect refuge in her beach house in Montauk, New York. They fall in love, but Robert's powerful, political family wants him to return home and marry his wealthy fiancée. Robert unwillingly agrees and is thereafter groomed to become the president of United States. Robert has no idea that Joanna is pregnant when he leaves her behind.
Twenty-five years later, Robert is married with two sons and is the Republican candidate for the president's post in the fast approaching election. In the meanwhile, Maya, the beautiful daughter whom Robert has fathered with Joanna seeks revenge as she hates him for abandoning her and her mother. However, in the midst of this burning intrigue, she falls in love with Robert's adopted son. What ensues is a struggle to keep the families and careers from being destroyed. Readers can order this romance novel online as the book is only available as an electronic book. They can also read some exciting stories in the blog section of Elyse Douglas's website.
The married contemporary romance novel writing team Elyse Parmentier and Douglas Pennington writes under the pen name Elyse Douglas. Elyse has written numerous stories and poetry while growing up near the sea. She has also enacted several roles like Millie in 'Guiding Light' and Julie Pinkbottom in 'Dedicated to the End.' She was a runner-up for the Nelson Algren Award for her short story, Tessie. Douglas has attended the Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music and traveled extensively. He has worked for media companies whose clients were large corporations like American Express and Morgan Stanley. Readers can learn more about the book and the writing pair on http://www.elysedouglas.com