The final book in “The Worthington Destiny” is a good wrap-up to the ongoing sage of siblings Will, Sean, and Sarah Worthington. This one features Sarah, the little sister, who proves she’s so much more than the family’s princess. No spoilers here, but this book wraps up the series by tying off some loose ends from the first two books, “A Perfect Ambition” and “A Powerful Secret.” Very important to read these in order, or you’ll miss all the clues that lead up to the ending of “A Primary Decision.”
I enjoyed this series, it’s well worth the time to read it. The characters are a bit larger-than-life, but you expect that in a story about the rich and powerful. The intrigue around politics in the U.S. is always interesting, and during this year’s election cycle, even more so. Some amazing similarities between truth and fiction made me smile.
The only thing I’d ding the series on, and the reason it’s 4 stars and not 5, is the overall – perhaps not intentional – biased stereotyping of Republican and Democrat politicians. At times, I found it annoying.