The Chosen One

T.B. Markinson

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The Chosen One

The Chosen One Girls are a risk college freshman Ainsley Carmichael can t take Her powerful political family sees her as the Chosen One who will someday be president Upholding a carefully crafted veneer is second na

  • Title: The Chosen One
  • Author: T.B. Markinson
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  • Page: 162
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Girls are a risk college freshman Ainsley Carmichael can t take Her powerful political family sees her as the Chosen One who will someday be president Upholding a carefully crafted veneer is second nature until the first day of class when Maya s mysterious gray eyes hold her in thrall Ainsley may be out publicly regarding her sexual orientation, but she lives under theGirls are a risk college freshman Ainsley Carmichael can t take Her powerful political family sees her as the Chosen One who will someday be president Upholding a carefully crafted veneer is second nature until the first day of class when Maya s mysterious gray eyes hold her in thrall Ainsley may be out publicly regarding her sexual orientation, but she lives under the shadow of the Carmichael s ancient but shrewd matriarch in this contemporary lesbian romance The girls pair up for a history project, and it soon becomes clear Maya is hiding something when she cuts their first kiss short by pointing out they come from different worlds The privileged world of the Carmichael clan stands in stark contrast to Maya s limited means Ainsley s sexually fluid, quirky, and carefree cousin helps her investigate, only to discover details of Maya s past are sketchy at best as the suspense builds in this work of LGBT fiction Family scandal erupts, making the inevitable truth come out about Maya the Gray Will Ainsley s love for the enigmatic girl enable her to break her Carmichael shackles

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    1. Diane on said:

      Great read! enjoyable writing with a good background aspect of both leading ladies because in this story it showed that certain lesbians can reveal aside both beautiful in any form whether rich or poor so do not judge while reading as today's society and social media have done many times over to someone's preference(bullying). Huge of the author for writing and taking on this storyline and the these characters not being your typical blonde,blue eyed,tall,slim,auburn hair and green eyes leads --t [...]

    2. René on said:

      **Received in exchange for an honest review**I liked this and the Romeo/Juliet kind of feel. Going in, I was leery of the politic angle, but it was done in a way that made it interesting, informative and added to the struggle between Ains and Maya.The only thing I didn't like is that the beginning seemed a little slow and the ending a little too fast. I did like the descriptions though. Maya gave off this major mystery vibe that really was working and kept poor Ains on her toes for a minute.

    3. Marilyn on said:

      I really enjoyed the first half of the book when the focus was on the central 4 characters. Once more of the extended family got involved I didn't find it as engaging. I'd give the first-half 4-stars and the second half 3-stars.

    4. Val on said:

      This is the first book I've read by the author and I found it to be quite entertaining. It's a good story and also funny. My only complaint: the book ends rather abruptly. I wanted to know how everything worked out Ainsley's family and Maya's father. Sequel anyone?

    5. Grass monster on said:

      Here we meet Ainsley Carmichael, she is from a very powerful political family and her future has been mapped out for her from before her birth as she is, The Chosen One, eventually one day becoming US president. Ainsley is a Lesbian and so far her relationships have been in her mind and also from reading lots of Lesbian erotica.In her first uni class, she meets the mysterious Maya, a beautiful woman with beautiful grey eyes. For Ainsley the attraction is instant. As we follow the story and watch [...]

    6. Pamela on said:

      **Received in exchange for an honest review**I really enjoyed this book, it was a bit different than what I was expecting but in a good way. This is a story that is a perfect mix of romance and mystery. Ainsley is a college freshman who has been chosen by her family to one day become the US President. She has a lot of pressure put on her and the last thing she needs is to fall in love. Maya is a girl harboring her own secret. Maya is the complete opposite of Ainsley but that doesn't stop them fr [...]

    7. Alicia on said:

      Read in one sitting, can't wait to see what happens next the only one character i had a love/hate is the cousin. She sometimes would just get on my nerve she would be supported and the next she's making fun of Ainsley.

    8. Sunny on said:

      3.5 stars - It started out a little iffy for me and I wasn't sure I was going to like it. But then it picked up and I ended up really enjoying it.

    9. Lbousson on said:

      The Chosen One — T. B. Markinson (23 chapters) May 8-11, 2017Note: There are sexy bits in here between two consenting adult females. If this bothers you, pass on this and pick up another romance.This is not the first book by this author that I have read. I have a hot/cold love for her books; some are very good, and some: the subject matter/plot just doesn’t do it for me. But I still keep buying/downloading them, because she has had gems.This one has some real zingers that kept me in the stor [...]

    10. Richard Chamberlain on said:

      A magnificent bookI read many sorts of books ranging from Quantum Physics, electronic books of all variety. I also study advanced math.Astrophysics, cosmology and Particle physic. I even write science fiction books,but sometimes I just read to learn of lives I know nothing about like lesbian love and relationships. I have always been very open minded but now I find I'm ignorant about certain life styles. I find myself proud of this type love and the women that live this life style. It take such [...]

    11. Ally on said:

      I can't even touch on the political nature of this book, considering what a dumpster fire american politics are right now. But the ending made me go "wait, that's it?" The ending is awful, there's no sense of closure, which made me like the rest of the novella less. I liked the closeness between the protag and her cousin, and her cousin's dog. The romance was meh, neither the love interest or the protag felt like real people. So yeah, idk, can't really recommend it.

    12. Jemma on said:

      Another charming lesbian romance from this reliable author. A story which you could enjoy whatever your identity, or preference, but possibly not for elderly relatives. Not just because of a few racy passages but also because the only older character is a bit 2-dimensional and may be an upsetting portrayal of older people to an older person.

    13. leslie r orr on said:

      This story is truly different and well written. I thought it was for ya's but I liked it and the story line was quirky

    14. Bitterblue on said:

      A sweet romance. (Not to be confused with sex-free romance, which I think is sometimes labelled "sweet". This is not that.)

    15. Tris on said:

      This was ridiculous and not in a good way. (Full review coming soon ish.)

    16. Marian Shaw on said:

      A must read!I laughed, I cried. A wonderful story! It is fast paced, I had to read it in two sittings. It left me with a great feeling that love can be forever!

    17. Katrina Moore on said:

      A lovely story of loveA lovely romance story of two meeting and falling in love with a gripping political element that will keep you reading on.

    18. Caitlin on said:

      this book was so dramatic and it just ended so anti-climatic could've been a good premise butmain character was p annoyingand the love was just not shippable

    19. S on said:

      Have enjoyed every book I have read oh hers. On my must read authors list

    20. Cindy on said:

      Coming from a family embroiled in politics since the 1600’s, one doesn’t choose one’s future. It is chosen for you. This is the case for Ainsley Carmichael who has been groomed to be the next president of the United States since she was born. She is a lesbian but tries her best to stay away from the distraction of girls in order to concentrate on her career goals. However, when she finds herself looking into the soft blue-gray eyes of Maya Chandler in a lecture hall at Whitlock University, [...]

    21. Chasia Lloyd on said:

      Enjoyable f/f NA with a main character from a politically-charged, manipulative family. Slow at the start, but it picks up once the romance starts. The book has mostly humorous overtones with the accident-prone Ainsley and a running gag over a flatulence scandal. There's plenty of serious moments too, and it's scary to see how Ainsley's whole life is about being groomed to become president of the United States.The book is interesting in that Ainsley is out to her family about her sexuality, and [...]

    22. Doreen on said:

      Interesting tale of love, politics and scandal.I always buy and enjoy the writings of T. B. Markinson. The Chosen One is another good novel. The story concerns Ainsley and Maya. The two meet in their history of Massachusetts class. Maya is working her way through college and Ainsley is a trust fund freshman from a prominent family. Ainsley is full of political ambition and terrified that living her life will upend a future run for President. Maya's more interested in staying out of the limelight [...]

    23. Christine Rains on said:

      Ainsley Carmichael is the chosen one. Chosen by her family to be groomed to be president. Ainsley can't afford any complications in her life, but then she meets Maya. Beautiful and mysterious, she captures Ainsley's heart. They mystery of Maya might be too much for Ainsley, and even more so, for her family. Will true love win through or will the Carmichael ambition reign supreme?Another incredible lesbian romance from T.B. Markinson. Her amazing characters and enthralling stories hook me every t [...]

    24. Julia on said:

      The Chosen One by T.B. Markinson is an excellent story. Ainsley and Maya are two young women with a completely different background. Ainsley is from a very politically powerful family and her future has been mapped out from before she was born. Maya grew up in totally different circumstances. As the story unfolds a bond grows between Ainsley and Maya and their friendship evolves quickly into a beautiful romance. Bit by bit the secrets of both families are revealed. There is plenty of tension to [...]

    25. Colline Vinay Kook-Chun on said:

      TB has done it again! I loved this latest story and felt invested in the characters while I was reading it. I felt for the main character, Ainsley, and wished that her family's expectations of her did not inhibit her. My favourite character is Ainsley's cousin, Fiona. I enjoyed her humour and her outlandish comments (I would enjoy reading her story TB). As I read this novel, I could not help thinking how much TB's writing has improved - and how she gets the reader rooting for her main character. [...]

    26. Tammy Ulm on said:

      Fun, Easy ReadI loved the political references in this book and enjoyed the often witty banter between the characters. The theme of money, power and underhanded manipulation in politics, is certainly relevant for this 2016 election cycle. I would have liked to see Maya and Ainsley's relationship developed with more detail, as well as some of the revelations and motivations of the secondary characters explored with more detail too. It's a great story, it just seemed to wrap everything up a little [...]

    27. Cheryl on said:

      So overall, I'd say this was an enjoyable read, but I really felt like the book had a very unsatisfying ending. If you told me it was the first book in a series, I might be OK with that. However, there are too many loose ends. What was the whole thing about Ainsley's grandmother helping Maya out 15 years ago? Will Maya and Ainsley make it as a couple? Who was sending the mysterious texts? Did I miss something?

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