Moral Infidelity by Rebecca Warner

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2015 Readers' FavoriteInternational Awards: Bronze Medal; Fiction: Thriller
2015 Great Southeast Book Festival - Top Ten Honorable Mention

POLITICS...LUST...LIES...BETRAYAL

In this two-time award-winning thriller, avid pro-life Governor Michael Romano is poised to change Florida's laws and history by leading his Legislature to enact stricter abortion laws.

While campaigning for support of his anti-abortion agenda, he meets a beautiful, sexy young widow, Kristin Long, who begins plotting her seduction of the governor.

Despite his faithful and loving marriage of seventeen years, Romano is unable to resist Kristin's escalating enticements. For him, the affair is based on pure lust,and the carnal gratification he finds with her keeps him enthralled--until his infidelity leads to devastating consequences.

Even with seemingly fail-proof precautions, Kristin becomes pregnant, and Romano finds himself embroiled in a moral dilemma that threatens to shatter his marriage and his political career. Kristin wants him and his baby, and she will publicly destroy his carefully-constructed life if he doesn't meet her demands.

Suspense builds as Romano weighs his limited options while fighting to keep his political career viable as he pursues enactment of anti-abortion laws. Caught in the nightmarish consequences of his deceit and duplicity, Romano must make choices that will test the strength of his moral fiber to its limits...But will his choices lead to his salvation, or his ruin?
 

About Rebecca Warner

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Published May 14, 2014 by Saisons D'Amour Publishing. 332 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime.