Mademoiselle Obama


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She is, in her own words, a wannabe dancer, singer, and actress, so the odds are against her when she tries to land a part in a musical in Hamburg, Germany. When they ask what her name is, she answers: “Margaux Obama.” And as always, she gets the same question in return: “Are you related to…?”
But this time, for once, she answers yes. And everything changes.
She is hired on the spot, but her little lie forces her to take on a different role that anything she ever auditioned for. Suddenly, she is the secret daughter of a president beloved by Americans and Europeans alike. As her success on the stage grows, so too does the web of lies from which she can no longer turn back, and Margaux finds herself the victim of burglary, kidnapping, an attempted rape and even threats from the secret service. And to top it all off, she finds herself in love with two men at once. But who can she trust?
Even her own identity becomes uncertain to her as long-buried family secrets begin coming to light.
MADEMOISELLE OBAMA swings the reader between a sexy thriller and a comedy about the birth of celebrity and the search for one’s true identity.
Audren has already sold over 500,000 copies of her novels in France and is the recipient of multiple literary awards. When not writing, she sings. With several albums to her credit, her music has been featured in film, television, and video games. Now based in Paris, she has lived in Rome, London, San Francisco and New York. ( ).

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