What would happen if Barack Obama lost his bid for reelection in 2012?
Author’s Stephen A. Enna and Dennis J. Wootten explore that possibility in their new novel, Aloha, the first of a three-book trilogy whose plot is a fascinating combination of facts, fiction and current events.
Aloha, with it’s highly imaginative plot twists gives readers a birds eye view into the high stakes political world of secret meetings, back room deals and international intrigue. Aloha is a story that could have been plucked from today’s 24/7 news cycle. The book successfully interweaves the back story of the characters with current story lines as the senior senator from Oregon, Bruce Gavin, prepares to take office as the new (republican) 45th US President.
Gavin ran his campaign on a strong platform of reform and after he becomes President, the American people are informed that he has signed a treaty with the People’s Republic of China to sell them the Hawaiian Islands for 13 Trillion in cash. The sale will all but eliminate the national debt of $15 trillion. Will President Gavin be able to convince the Senate of the United States that the sale is in the best interest of the country or will the Senate reject the concept and continue with the losing strategy of trying to solve the national debt a little at a time?
About the Authors:
Stephen A. Enna and Dennis J. Wootten have been business partners for over 16 years. Both authors reside in the Northern California Bay Area and work together managing their HR consulting firm, EW Partners,Inc.
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