When Daddy runs for U.S.
Vice President . . .
Teenage daughters can be an asset. Or a trial.
Especially when one of the daughters decides to “light a small cherry bomb” under her minister father’s campaign on the Republican ticket. While one lovely sister dallies with a picketing environmentalist, her sexy identical twin conspires with a trench-coated reporter to “blow the lid off the elections.” The pace is hectic and the laughs non-stop as Payne’s sharply focused wit displays more bite than even the candidates’ attack ads. A wry dissection of American presidential politics. Read a free preview.