[Read] ➪ Red Blooded Author Caitlin Sinead – Writerscompany.co.uk

Red Blooded Instead Of Eating Ramen And Meeting Frat Guys Like Most College Freshmen, Peyton Arthur Is On The Campaign Trail Traveling With Her Mother, The Democratic Pick For Vice President, She S Ordering Room Service, Sneaking Glances At Cute Campaign Intern Dylan And Deflecting Interview Questions About The Tragic Loss Of Her Father But When A Reporter Questions Her Paternity, Her World Goes Into A Tailspin.Dylan Left Yale And Joined The Campaign To Make A Difference, Not Keep Tabs On Some Girl But With The Paternity Scandal Blowing Up And Peyton Asking Questions, He S Been Tasked To Watch Her Every Move As He Gets To Know The Real Peyton, He Finds It Harder And Harder To Keep A Professional Distance.When The Media Demands A Story, Peyton And Dylan Give Them One A Fake Relationship As They Work Together To Investigate The Rumors About Her Real Father And Peyton Gets Closer To Learning The Truth, She S Also Getting Closer To Dylan And Suddenly, It S Not Just Her Past On The Line Any It S Her Heart.72,000 Words


About the Author: Caitlin Sinead

I am represented by Andrea Somberg at Harvey Klinger, Inc and my debut novel, Heartsick, was published by Carina Press in 2015 My writing has appeared in multiple publications including The Alarmist, The Binnacle, Crunchable, Jersey Devil Press, and Northern Virginia Magazine I earned a master s degree in writing from Johns Hopkins University in 2011 and have also studied writing at the College I am represented by Andrea Somberg at Harvey Klinger, Inc and my debut novel, Heartsick, was published by Carina Press in 2015 My writing has appeared in multiple publications including The Alarmist, The Binnacle, Crunchable, Jersey Devil Press, and Northern Virginia Magazine I earned a master s degree in writing from Johns Hopkins University in 2011 and have also studied writing at the College of William and Mary and Yale University I currently work as an web content manager and continue to keep an eye out for good stories



10 thoughts on “Red Blooded

  1. says:

    As you get older, the years move along like pegs in a zipper All the possibilities between the two sets of fabric are laid out, but you tug along, year by year, clasp by clasp, closing them off, until you look back and the zipper is completely zipped All the possibilities are closed off From the start Red Blooded was tedious and flat, but in spite of this troublesome beginning, after I got past the first few chapters, I felt myself being drawn in and unable to put the book down.Whil


  2. says:

    Originally posted on my blog, Over The BookshelfDuring a campaign stop Peyton is asked to address the rumors regarding her deceased father Rumors about him not being her biological father Like she has been trained to do, she shakes off the question, but it plants the seed in her head and she can t help but wonder if the rumors might be true When her mother refuses to answer any of her questions, she decides to try and find the truth on her own.After it s revealed publicly that Peyton s no


  3. says:

    After the election, I found it hard to focus on reading books My attention kept slipping back to social media feeds and news stories The books themselves reminded me too much of what was happening a WWII novel about protecting vulnerable people in Vichy France a nonfiction book about rowing in the Olympics in Hitler s Germany.And so, on a whim, I began reading Red Blooded It was at the end of my list not because of its quality I knew it was good but because being reminded of politics wo After t


  4. says:

    2 StarsRed Blooded was a kind of story in which the romance aspect was second fiddle to the overall plot In this case it was runner up to a political suspense There was just so much political talk that I was bored and a little lost at times The suspense part had to do with the main conflict and Peyton trying to find out who her biological father is The romance wasn t built well and the characters relationship wassurface and I just didn t feel it I didn t quite understand why it matter 2 StarsRed Bloo


  5. says:

    Thanks to Netgalley and the publishers for a copy of this novel in return for an honest review Red Blooded is told from the point of view of Peyton, an 18 year old girl whose mother is running for VP and whose father died a couple of years ago Her father was an author, and he wrote a book about his life as he was dying much of it about Peyton, and this catapulted her and her mother into the spotlight This book starts with a rep...


  6. says:

    I received this ARC via NetGalley from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.This was such a fantastic book in all the ways From the top, the things that stood out to me about this book were the diversity, the mystery that kept the plot moving forward, and the excerpts from Peyton s father s book The writing, of course, was e...


  7. says:

    Okay, I want to get my nitpicks out of the way first before I talk about how much I loved this, because while I decided they weren t enough to dock points for, they were things that bugged me enough that I thought abou it view spoiler 1 I would have liked aactive relationship shown between Peyton and her mom Running for vice president, I get that, but if I m to believe that Peyton is that close to her, it would have been better to actually show them being close.2 Leaving aside the I Okay, I want to get my nitpicks out


  8. says:

    3.5ishI liked this, but it also felt maybe not entirely there Take the romance When the book started, I thought, Oh, a nice slow burn romance But it felt like it never emotionally progressed past the beginning of the slow burn I didn t get enough sense of the connection between them Also view spoiler I was pretty upset with Dylan for the pin thing hide spoiler.And I know this isn t on the author, but don t refer to something that doesn t happen until the 70% mark in the description T 3.5ishI liked this, but it also felt may


  9. says:

    I really, really enjoyed this book The passages from Richard are absolute highlights for me I loved them and would happily read an entire Richard book I also loved the inclusivity in terms of characters Peyton s fri...


  10. says:

    3.5 stars.I was really into this I was surprised that the plot went the way that it did, like I expected so muchof the book to be about finding her dad I mean, it was a pleasant surprise.


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