About The President’s Daughter

When her father is elected President, seventeen-year-old brainiac Alix Forrester is recruited into a covert branch of the Secret Service. They expect geeky, socially awkward Alix to be their inside girl, keeping an additional eye on her father without his knowledge—even though she and the President barely get along after a car accident that left her on crutches and kept her out of Harvard. If it wasn’t for Sam, Alix’s long-term crush and her father’s young personal assistant, her life would suck at an epic level—at least until she starts training with twenty-one-year-old Secret Service-genius Ian.

Their geeky connection over all things science has Alix crushing hard. As her injuries heal, Ian molds Alix into an elite spy. Their attraction grows, while the relationship with her father is going down hill: he even throws her out of the Oval Office in front of everyone. No matter what, when a series of assassination attempts threatens the President’s life, Alix and Ian get activated.

Rejected by the man she’s trying to save Alix hunts for the assassin, inadvertently handing Ian evidence pointing to Sam as the perpetrator. Despite her protests and pleas Ian has Sam arrested, ordering Alix to drop the case. Hurt by Ian’s actions Alix goes rogue to prove it can’t have been Sam. The boy who kissed her for the very first time cannot be out to kill her father. Racing against time Alix must overcome her own inadequacies and find the true assassin before Sam gets convicted for something he didn’t do—or before the President gets killed.

Reviews for The President’s Daughter

Alix Forrester is the daughter of the new President of the United States. It has been a year since the auto accident when she injured her left leg to the point where she couldn't use it without crutches or a wheelchair. She becomes a member of a special branch of the Secret Service in order to find out who is attempting to assassinate her father. Her ultra intelligent teacher Ian helps her by providing an unparalleled education in science, the duties of the Secret Service, and rehabilitation of her leg. Together they try to find the perpetrator, but when Alix [...]

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So I definitely enjoyed this book. I enjoy first daughter/president books so I had to get my greedy hands on it. I rate this book a four.
So I’ve read plenty other president/first daughter books and this one was definitely not like the others. In the book you meet Alix, daughter of the president who has become disabled by an accident and feels like she’s being treated differently by her father. What does she do? She agrees to become part of a secret secret service alliance that is for the children of the president. There she meets Ian. I’m the [...]

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This book was not what I was expecting. The usual president's daughter theme was still here but I liked this author's fresh take on it (the accident causing her injury). I did like the internal struggle between which boy would "win" out too. Overall a good read and I am very interested to see how the author continues this series. I would recommend this book.

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When socially awkward Alix becomes daughter to the President of the United States, she is recruited into the Special Forces and is to receive her own training. The only catch: she is confined to crutches from an accident several years ago. I thought it was great that Alix was a champ about things and never gave up, rather than being a mopey victim about her situation. She has her struggles and has lost a lot, but she stays on top of things rather than letting them bring her down.

So then, of course, there is the love triangle. I, personally, [...]

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