Warner, Sep 2002, 5.99, 384 pp.
Because he withdrew within himself rather than talk to grief counselors or even his beloved spouse, Angela Holland left Bobby. He remains in DC while his wife now works in the LA office of the Secret Service. When a threat considered viable by the Secret Service occurs to President Riordan's mother, Director Mateiro arranges for Bobby and Angela to pretend to be husband-wife servants in order to protect the First Mom.
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Bobby and Angela arrive in Hassenfeld, Indiana to temporarily work for and keep safe Margaret “Crazy Daisy” Riordan. As the couple squabble and bicker, their love remains strong. However, both knows duty is first and that means keeping the First Mom and her son safe from a viable threat before exploring their future potentially together.
Though many readers will be skeptical that a First Mom can reject secret service protection, fans will enjoy the action packed romantic suspense thriller. The story line never slows down as it plays out on two levels: that of a serious threat to Crazy Daisy and that of the relationship between the two undercover agents. Readers who delight in a fast-paced thriller filled with plenty of romantic tension and political intrigue will enjoy Mary McBride's STILL MR. AND MRS.
The review of this Book prepared by Harriet Klausner