A Primary Decision by Dr. Kevin Leman and Jeff Nesbit


Sarah Worthington is tenacious and fierce and refuses to lose—even while prosecuting the president of the United States. She is surprised to be vetted as the US attorney general at such a young age yet is excited to use the opportunity to further her career. But it is not easy being in such a position of power, and political wars may extinguish all that she has built. Someone is determined to destroy the Worthington family, attempting to reveal family secrets and incorrectly incriminate Sarah’s family in a political scandal. As Sarah pursues truth in an effort to save her family and friends, she will have to outsmart anyone who wants to watch them crumble.

Although not absolutely necessary to read the first two books in the series first, it is helpful to gain more background on each of Sarah’s siblings. The novel contains suspense and mystery, which are enjoyably intermixed with interesting political intrigue. Family relationships are explored and the depth of their love and connection is notable. It also examines birth orders, compliments of Dr. Leman, as well as compassion, faith, and doing the right thing. I enjoyed this well-written book, and the entire series, and recommend it to anyone who enjoys contemporary suspense.

I received a copy of this book from Revell Publishing in exchange for an honest review


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