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MORAL INFIDELITY #1 In Kindle Free Books Suspense/Politics

Since Sunday afternoon, MORAL INFIDELITY has held the #1 position in the Mystery/Thriller/Suspense/Politics genre, and #6 in Women’s Fiction Mystery/Thriller/Suspense. With more than 2,000 downloads, it cracked the top 100 of free downloads by Monday morning.

31 reviews, 30 of them five-star reviews, no doubt helped drive the downloads. I’m so grateful to every reader who took the time to write those reviews.

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When his mistress becomes pregnant, pro-life Florida Governor Michael Romano finds himself embroiled in a moral dilemma that threatens to shatter his marriage, his career and his reputation. His mistress wants him and his baby, and she will publicly destroy his carefully-constructed life if he doesn’t meet her demands.

Caught in the nightmarish consequences of his deceit and duplicity, Governor Romano must make choices that will test the strength of his moral fiber to its limits…But will his choices lead to his salvation, or his ruin?


Rebecca Warner’s educational and professional background was in finance and banking in Miami, Florida. After she and her husband moved to the beautiful mountains of North Carolina, Rebecca began writing articles for several local periodicals. Drawing upon her many years of advising the lovelorn and successful matchmaking, she also wrote a romance-and-relationship advice column. In 2014, she published her first book, Moral Infidelity, which won the Bronze Medal in the Readers’ Favorite 2015 International Book Awards’ thriller category, and Top 10 Honorable Mention in the 2015 Great Southeast Book Festival. Her second novel, Doubling Back To Love, was solicited for inclusion in a ten-novel romantic anthology, and her third book, He’s Just A Man, is a non-fiction self-help book for women seeking a mate. Rebecca is a convivial feminist who blogs on her own sites and for The Huffington Post about topics of interest to women. She enjoys participating in podcasts and forums about women’s social, economic and political issues. Please visit her website at www.rebeccajwarner.com to learn more about her books, catch up on her blogs--including those published on Huff Post--and to hear her podcasts.