Dutch and Gina: The President's Girlfriend

Dutch and Gina The President s Girlfriend When Regina Lansing an activist attorney from Newark New Jersey catches the eye of the President of the United States she assumes it s because of her outspoken stance against his tough policies Bu

  • Title: Dutch and Gina: The President's Girlfriend
  • Author: Mallory Monroe
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 433
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When Regina Lansing, an activist attorney from Newark, New Jersey, catches the eye of the President of the United States, she assumes it s because of her outspoken stance against his tough policies But when they meet, and sparks fly, she discovers the soul mate she never dreamed would come her way.Walter Dutch Harber, the gorgeous bachelor president, has his hands fullWhen Regina Lansing, an activist attorney from Newark, New Jersey, catches the eye of the President of the United States, she assumes it s because of her outspoken stance against his tough policies But when they meet, and sparks fly, she discovers the soul mate she never dreamed would come her way.Walter Dutch Harber, the gorgeous bachelor president, has his hands full with a combative Congress and an upcoming reelection bid But when he meets Gina, this voluptuous black woman with all the right curves, he finds in her a strong, independent equal who keeps him intellectually challenged publicly and sexually energized privately, so much so that he becomes convinced that he has finally met the love of his life.But Washington politics won t give this interracial couple an easy ride, as they must battle forces from within and forces from without that seek to tear down everything they have fought so hard to build up And just when they thought they had endured every knockout punch imaginable, another curve is tossed their way with the kind of implications, the kind of jarring reality, that can not only destroy a love affair, but can bring down an entire presidency.

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    1. Mercy, where to start?OK, this is just a flat out case of an author biting off more than they were willing to actually chew. That's me being gracious and assuming that with more effort she could have pulled it off. The bones are there. Its a great concept that hasn't really been done in IR to my knowledge. Its obvious she has talent and can write a story. But that's about where it ends. For a story based on this premise, there needs to be a whole lot of research done to make it fly with any auth [...]

    2. I decided to try this author because I saw she supposedly wrote true romances, this is the forth I've read thinking the others were a fluke, nope it wasn't no romance anywhere. In one of her books while the hero was married, he had to strip search and old girlfriend for weapons, this is supposed to be a happily married man, yeah he searched her alright, while hard for this slut, he goes ahead and masturbates her anally and vaginally, very thoroughly too I might add, this man who is so in love wi [...]

    3. Dang you Mallory Monroe!Here's my debit card. Just take all of my money. Of course I have to buy the rest of this series. This was only a taste of what's to come. I really like Dutch and Gina. To be honest, I wrote this series off as a Scandal knock-off without even reading it. To Ms. Monroe, I DEEPLY apologize. Oh no, this is a storyline all of its own. And keeping with the Monroe heroines, Gina is a strong, independent woman with the power to be vulnerable and a powerhouse all at the same time [...]

    4. 3.5 StarsDutch and Gina make a good couple and this book does a great job of showcasing that their love is so strong they can survive anything. Dutch doesn't start out perfect, but he steadily gets better and the relationship grows at a good pace. A lot of negative developments occur to try and keep them apart, some realistic, some not at all, but Dutch and Gina are 100% in each others corner and never waver. It's refreshing to have the main couple skip the whole break-up/get-back-together plot [...]

    5. Uh oh…I have the unpopular opinion. I thought this was a cheese-tastic queso-fest! But I guess that's exactly what was promised. I'm thinking this series gets better and more intriguing as you go so I may continue. But tell me something, if you get called into a personal meeting with POTUS, and he stares at your boobs the entire time then tries to feel you up, wouldn't you cry sexual harassment? Not our girl. The thirst was very real for her. Lucky for her, it made made the book more fun.

    6. This story had so much potential and the premise was promising. Too bad the author never lived up to expectations. Underdeveloped characters, unrealistic situations and a very disjointed read. I truly did not enjoy this story.

    7. I had heard some much about this series and I was afraid to read it just in case I did not like it because I really enjoy this author. However, I loved it and read all the books back to back.Another great series which I enjoyed very much. I would highly recommend it.Lala and her man totally did my head in though and I think it takes a special kind of woman to stand by this particular man!!!!

    8. Mallory Monroeis is another series that have I enjoyed! This series reminds me of ScandalIt was mindblowingVE "I LOVE YOU & I DON'T GIVE A FUCK" STARSWalter "Dutch" HarberI love this man. he goes above and beyond for the people he loves. Regina Lansing is a firecracker. Maxat snake in the grasshe was bitch! So secretly in love with Dutch. I love how Dutch remain true to his love for Gina and did not listen to all the naysayers. Furthermore, they fueled his love for Gina more. I mean the Pres [...]

    9. Finished in one day, an easy read. I liked enough to read it completely, but had some issues with the editing. Someone else put in their review how Gina's character seemed more interesting at the one night stand stage, I fully agree. Another issue I had is the description of Gina. Everything was black this or African that and I think the point was made in the first couple of chapters and got old very quick. And another peeve was the the set up, thoughts of characters were too jumbled. You'd be r [...]

    10. Man, was this boring! I thought this would be a really good read because of the mob series but I can say this was the total opposite because nothing was going on. I tried to really stick with it because it started to pick up a little around chapter 3. Then I was thinking it would gather more steam which it did sizzle a little but nothing close to what I was hoping. I'm only reading the next one because of the other series but I can't go another book if it's going to be this drab.

    11. First read from this author, and I really enjoyed it. Certainly a fresh take on a romance story. Dutch and Gina had great chemistry, and the supporting cast of characters gave me a bit of a chuckle, in particular LaLa, and Christian had a couple funny moments. The story left me intrigued, and I'm anxious to continue on in the series.

    12. What in the ever-loving Maury Povich and Jerry Springer did I just read? Gina and Dutch meet ten years earlier in Miami and have a WILD night of sex. They see each other ten years later and Dutch is now POTUS. There is one problem, Dutch does not immediately remember her. Gina is now the director of a non-profit and has come to the white house to accept an award. She takes the opportunity to give the President her two cents instead of thanking him for the honor. The something nice I have to say [...]

    13. Dutch and GinaYou know you can't judge a book by its cover. I did with this series. I didn't like the cover. I have read all the Gabrini and Sinatra series. The latest book of Tommy's had Dutch and Gina in it so I decided to try the first in this series. I did enjoy it. I will purchase the rest. Lol. I love both of them. His mother is something else. Thanks for another good read. I will recommend this series. I also love, love Christian.

    14. I bought this book a long time ago because of the title but never got around to reading it until I read the newest Tommy Gabrini book. I understand that their series is completed. I really like this book enough to want to find out how the wound up where they are in the current Gabrini book. I hope to continue to see them in future books

    15. WowThis book took me on many turns but oh my goodness they were good turns. Pulled me in and held me captivated until the end. Can't wait to see where it goes from here.

    16. Great read I really enjoyed this book and I loved these characters and the storyline. I am looking forward to reading the other books.

    17. 3.5 starsFirst off, please note that my review is meant to encapsulate all 8 books of this series.*Spoiler Alert*In book one we meet Walter "Dutch" Harber (White) and Regina "Gina" Lansing (Black). Regina is a recent law graduate working at the Public defenders office at New Jersey while Dutch is a Senator from Massachusetts. Both are away from home, meet by pure chance but feel drawn to each other enough to have a one-night stand. Fast forward 10 years and Dutch (who is still unmarried) is now [...]

    18. I have read many stories about a President and having a black girlfriend, wife or mistress. In this story Regina and Dutch start out as a one night stand. They meet years earlier in an hotel where they are both staying for different reasons and they hit is off. After a night of passion, Regina tips out on Dutch never to be hear from again or so he thinks. Regina's trip to DC to be honor by the President take a sharp left has she tells him in no uncertain terms what she thinks of him and is Presi [...]

    19. I actually really enjoyed this book. In the famous words of Ace Ventura "FICTION caaaannnnn be fun" I am not really sure why I really like the story. It was a light, fast read that was overwhelming in the Drama department. It had a bit of everything, adventure, mystery, suspense, some drama and some lusting and sexing. I like both of the main characters and a couple of the secondary characters as well although I wished those secondary relationships were a bit more developed. I really liked the s [...]

    20. I'm so glad I came across this book. I read it in one day! I've read lots of romance books but this one took the cake. The concept of a single US President and the women in his life was great. The fact that his newest girlfriend just happens to be black even better.I just loved this book. I wanted to start re-reading once I finished but had to go to bed. The love scenes were numerous but they were very sensual. I felt that Dutch definitely knew how to handle himself in the bedroom.I love all the [...]

    21. 5 starsI am writing this review after re_reading this book after 2 years. There is not 1 book of Mallory Monroe's that is available on kindle that I have not purchased. That is quite a few $5.99s. I will continue to buy them because her stories are timeless. Dutch is my favorite more that Reno ,Mitch, or Charles. Those guys are great but they have their familis, businesses of their choosing to fight for. Dutch has all that and the free world on his back. I love this storyline and so hallucinate [...]

    22. Not bad for the first in the series. Very likable main characters,nice change from the same old romance plots. Some editing is needed for grammar and repeated phrases. The secondary characters needed to be flushed out more. I felt like they were just thrown into the story to take up space, especially Frank, who could have played a larger role. There could have been a lot more building up to his climactic moment. I also would have liked to see Dutch's ex get hers in the end. Overall this was a go [...]

    23. i got the book as a kindle book but it was really good Dutch is the president and he is white and Gina is African American. Dutch and Gina meet 10 years earlier had a one night stand and now Dutch is the President and Gina is receiving an award for her organization and the remember each other and start where they left off. Dutch chief of Staff Max thinks that Gina is tooo Black, and the public don't know what to think but there are some twists and turns but it was a great read only 3.99 for the [...]

    24. Good readthis was a quick read that didn't seem like one.It has all the qualities that you would expect from the title but it seemed to be lacking a lil on the chemistry between the two of them. There was all kinds of hurdles they had to face because they chose to date but it seemed that those hurdles are what brought them stronger together not their chemistry. But all and all it still was a good read

    25. The entire series was excellent. So many twist and turns. All 6 novels were amazing. I hope there is one more because Gina's brother got to be caught and crucified. First time reading any of her books and was throughly impressed and will definitely will be reading more of her works. She is becoming one of my favorite authors.

    26. Go DutchI give this a 4 star I know we will get to know where Gina came from (background) but I was expecting more I am falling in love with the both of them MM you have done it again I already have the second and third installmentI have not gotten any work done smhok gotta go start book two

    27. I enjoyed it. It was fast pace and a real page turnere only thing i did not like is when mallory writes "pound or pounding" during their love scenes. What's that all about? But I found the story a real interesting story about two people who wanted to be with each other and went for it! Very romantic and sweet.

    28. I was disappointed in the way the story went. When they first met Gina had more to say. Her being a lawyer I thought they would have some things to actually talk about. When they got together it was to have sex. She had no voice

    29. Linda ChristianiI started with the mob series and then the Sinatra family and I needed more while waiting for the next in these stories and I was not disappointed looks like more overtime for me so I can buy all the books in this series. Great read!

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