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

The President's Daughter #1 by Mickey O'Brady was an enjoyable read that kept my interest from beginning to end. I thought the author did a wonderful job maintaining suspense, building tension between Ian and Alix, and infusing the story with plenty of teenage angst and hormones.

I did like Alix, as I thought she was a realistic and strong character, but I did find her constant need to mention her condition a tad annoying. I swear she mentions being "a cripple" at least 10 times within the first third of the book. Because of this, I did question whether I [...]

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I really enjoyed reading this book. Alix is a great agent in training and even if not every thing goes as planed and she has a lot to learn, she always gives her best, never giving up. An accident a year ago made her sit in a wheelchair with a spine injury. Not much hope left to ever get out of the chair ever again Alix feels like half the girl she used to be. The relationship with her father, the new president, has gone south, with him trying his best to get his daughter out of his way. Or [...]

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An ARC was provided to me by Netgally in exchange of an honest review.

Well, this book was certainly very intersting. It was well thought out and very well written. I'm waiting for the next part though , hoping to catch some more of the main hero and heroine; i felt as if the story ended while it just begun.

This book will be to your liking if u don't have any problem with a teenage girl with issues with her dad, who by the way, is the president. It have a lot of action and some part romance, which i [...]

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The President's Daughter is a book about a brilliant teenage girl living in the White House. It's written by author Micky O'Brady. It's a YA story that anyone will enjoy, regardless of age. Thanks to NetGalley and Curiosity Quills Press for the advance copy. Looking forward to reading the next book in the series.

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