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Cleo McDougal Regrets Nothing Politics is a test of wills in a sharp, funny, and emotional novel about truth and consequences by the New York Times bestselling author Cleo McDougal is a born politician From congresswoman to senator, the magnetic, ambitious single mother now has her eye on the White House always looking forward, never back Until an estranged childhood friend shreds her in an op ed hit piece gone viralWith seven words Cleo McDougal is not a good person the presidential hopeful has gone from in control to damage control, and not just in Washington but in lifeEnter Cleo s regrets list ofand counting Her chief of staff has a brilliant idea pick the top ten, make amends during a media blitz, and repair her reputation But there are regrets, and there are regrets like her broken relationship with her sister, her affair with a law school professor and the regret too big to even say out loudBut with risk comes reward, and as Cleo makes both peace and amends with her past, she becomes empowered than ever to tackle her career, confront the hypocrites out to destroy her, and open her heart to what matters most one regret at a time


About the Author: Allison Winn Scotch

I m the author of a bunch of novels, including BETWEEN ME AND YOU, IN TWENTY YEARS, THE THEORY OF OPPOSITES and TIME OF MY LIFE As an author, I know how brutal reviews can be, so I ll only post about books I ve enjoyed Just in case you re wondering why all of my reviews are positive



10 thoughts on “Cleo McDougal Regrets Nothing

  1. says:

    Well, I suppose it s time to review my own book, since its pub date is just around the corner This one took me a while to come into I worked on a different manuscript for some time, writing it and rewriting it, but while the intention behind it was working I wanted to shine on a light on being a woman in this particular moment in the world the words and s


  2. says:

    I was lucky to receive an early copy of Cleo McDougal Regrets Nothing This is a very layered book on the one hand it is a fabulous story of a woman politician negotiating her way through US politics On the other hand, it is the story of a very independent single mom raising a wickedly bitingly funny teen boy And the central theme is regrets.I read this book in one


  3. says:

    I ve been a fan of Allison Winn Scotch s for years now, for so long that I don t remember not loving her and her books This one might be my favorite yet.I love politics and political stories, and there s some of that in this, but it sabout Cleo herself Cleo keeps a list of regrets, primarily so that she can learn from those mistakes Don t drink bourbon, for example, and I


  4. says:

    The only real regret should be a life not lived generouslyI was intrigued by the premise of this book, but hesitated to pick this up from First Reads because the last thing I want to read right now is someone shoving their political views in my face, but the author actually did manage to keep it close to politically neutral with just a few small slips here and there Nothing egregio


  5. says:

    Living near Washington DC, I see politics all over the place Therefore, I am thankful that the focus of Cleo McDougal Regrets Nothing was not on politics, but instead on regrets I wasn t sure what to expect from this novel, but was pleased with where it went I enjoyed getting to know Cleo and could relate in regards to being the mom of a teenage boy and also reflecting upon things I regret


  6. says:

    I truly loved this book Not just because it references both Kelly Taylor s I choose me moment, and Dirty Dancing s lift moment I loved this book because the main character, Cleo, felt not only real, but someone I desperately wanted to meet In fact allof the characters felt real, especially Cleo s 14 year old son who would yell at his mom for texting emojis This is a book with flawed characters who y


  7. says:

    Who Hasn t Had Regrets This book is so complex, rich, and even fun at times that I barely know how to describe it I love books like that After reading so many fiction books in a variety of subgenres that often seem too similar, I found it refreshing to read a book that does not have a cookie cutter approach or storyline The story is apt to resonate with any professional woman who has had to live with double


  8. says:

    I really, really loved this I have been of fan of Allison s for years, but her last two books really spoke to me As for Cleo I just loved all of it It s exactly the kind of book we need right now About a strong woman who isn t afraid to stand up for herself and isn t afraid of being independent and relying on herself But also realizing she s flawed, as we all are and, most importantly, willing to learn and evolve I m


  9. says:

    I have a hard time finding novels that are purely fun and enjoyable without being predictable and cliched or filled with characters I find to be entirely vapid but CLEO MCDOUGAL REGRETS NOTHING was none of those things this book is smart and witty, and the story was engaging and creative some of my favorite parts of the book were the inner monologues of Cleo because I found her to be such a layered, realistic character this o


  10. says:

    This book resonated with me on so many levels AWS has been one of my favorite authors for a long time, and this might be my favorite book of hers Cleo s raw honesty about the double standards women face is something every successful woman will relate to I love the idea of a kickass woman refusing to apologize for stepping into her power, and holding men accountable in the process And I hope that soon, it won t just be happening in fic


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