The Golden Boy Returns

The Golden Boy Returns David Hwang was idealistic smart and hard working and he wanted to help Powerful Lucy Bartolome recognized his talent right away but first he needed to smooth out his rough edges He d need every le

  • Title: The Golden Boy Returns
  • Author: Deborah Nam-Krane Tina Stanton
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 173
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • David Hwang was idealistic, smart, and hard working and he wanted to help Powerful Lucy Bartolome recognized his talent right away, but first he needed to smooth out his rough edges He d need every lesson she d taught him if he was going to run for mayor of Boston again Kasi Panchal was smart and hard working, but she d seen too much for too long to be idealistic SometDavid Hwang was idealistic, smart, and hard working and he wanted to help Powerful Lucy Bartolome recognized his talent right away, but first he needed to smooth out his rough edges He d need every lesson she d taught him if he was going to run for mayor of Boston again Kasi Panchal was smart and hard working, but she d seen too much for too long to be idealistic Something about David Hwang made her believe in a lot of things she d given up on including herself Zainab Hendrickson and Emily Graham knew David and Kasi could make things happen if they joined forces Of course they re right, but can those two get out of their way long enough to see it too

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    1. Disclaimer: I received an e-copy from the author in exchange for an honest (and not necessarily positive) review.Having read the novella which precedes this book, I was definitely excited to jump into this one with both feet. I love this series, with all its characters and twists and turns, and this one did not disappoint. While it focuses around a character who's not in the "main group" normally described in this series, everyone is still involved, and you get more insight into the craziness th [...]

    2. I've loved The New Pioneers series from the start. The good relationships, toxic relationships, and backstabbing are all intricately woven together, and each story gets better and better. My favorite characters from the series are all still around (especially my favorite bad boy Michael Abbot), but this book focuses more on a few new characters who have plenty of drama of their own. The author has a swift grasp of politics that shines through her writing and a way of making the reader feel sympa [...]

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