Long May She Reign by Ellen Emerson White
Meg Powers is the teenaged daughter of the President of the United States. Apparently this is the third book about Meg, and when the book opens, she is recovering from being kidnapped and left for dead by terrorists. The book does a decent job of catching the reader up, but the author has a quirky writing style that I think is supposed to make the reader feel like we're thinking right along with Meg, but instead left me wondering where the heck the verbs are and whether those sentence fragments were supposed to mean something. A definite NAY. I think the only thing it has going for it is that the President is Meg's mom, not her dad.