Madame Presidentess by Nicole Evelina

I enjoyed this story especially being in an election year and another female running. I don’t know if I would have voted for Victoria back then because of her free love stand. Most of the other parts of her platform were wonderful. I had never heard of her before and I have read many books. She would have had her own reality show these days with that family of hers. I received a copy of this from Smith Publicity for a fair and honest opinion.
Forty-eight years before American women were granted the right to vote, in 1872, Victoria Woodhull became the first female to run for President of the United States, setting a precedent still followed by female politicians today — including presumptive Democratic Party 2016 presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton.
Evelina believes strongly in women’s rights and empowerment – which is reflected in the stories of strong females that she choses to tell. While other writers may choose to write about the famous, Evelina tells the stories of those who are in danger of being forgotten in the history pages so that their memories may live on. 


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