Wings ePress, Inc.
electronic ISBN 1-59088-308-X
Jack Allen was a small town boy from Indiana who loved computers. A master programmer trained in encryption and virus detection, Jack knew ways to make computers give up their secrets that even the more experienced experts didn't know. There wasn't anything he liked better than resolving situations he was told were hopeless.
New to his job in Washington D.C., it was his expertise with virus programs that pulled him onto a special case as a favor to his supervisor. Not a man who was easily intimidated by impossible situations, Jack quickly went to try to recapture the lost chapters of Jane Marshall's book that had somehow gotten erased from her computer.
A beautiful down-to earth blond, Jane was an amazing woman. Immediately he felt at ease with her, laughing at her jokes and enjoying coffee in her kitchen. The only thing that made him remotely nervous about Jane was the Secret Service man waiting for him at the door. Leave it to Jack to find himself interested in the daughter of the President of the United States.
Jane Marshall was no different than any other twenty-three year old American woman, even if her father did live in the White House. She quickly saw that Jack knew his way around a computer and was also a very attractive, friendly man. Jane had no doubts that Jack was the kind of man she'd like to see more of, but she just wasn't sure how she was going to break it to her father that she was falling for a computer geek instead of a politician's son.
Robert James Allison has taken the story of boy meets girl to a whole new level in THE FIRST SUITOR. With great attention to detail, he draws us in to the world of Jack and Jane as they try to forge a relationship under some very unusual circumstances. Readers looking for a hero to believe in will not be disappointed by Jack Allen. THE FIRST SUITOR is a wonderful romance which shows how deeply love can affect us and what a joy it is to have someone to share your life with.
Reviewed By: Sabine Maurier
© July 2004