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The whole country thinks Meagan Masters is the luckiest teenager in the world – she’s the President’s daughter. But Meagan feels like she’s given up her entire life for her dad’s political ambitions…No more! Meagan throws the ultimate tantrum – with her boyfriend at her side, she takes over the White House, only to end up having to defend the People’s House when it’s invadThe whole country thinks Meagan Masters is the luckiest teenager in the world – she’s the President’s daughter. But Meagan feels like she’s given up her entire life for her dad’s political ambitions…No more! Meagan throws the ultimate tantrum – with her boyfriend at her side, she takes over the White House, only to end up having to defend the People’s House when it’s invaded. Those terrorists send in their number one weapon: the President’s double …and Meagan has him in her sights. Just one problem – he is the real President come to rescue Meagan, their relationship…and possibly the White House. What will history books say about this night?...

Title : Screw You, Mr. President
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ISBN : 9780615870212
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 156 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Screw You, Mr. President Reviews

  • Carol Hovsepian
    2019-01-25 15:04

    Author Marla Hayes has written a delightful fictional read about a U.S. President's teen daughter, Meagan, who is pretty pissed off at him for several reasons: She rarely sees her dad,life is all about him, etc., and this is where the story becomes a page turner. Meagan decides to do something about it but gets sidetracked by White House invaders that appear to be led by her father (or not). Stronger than the plot is Ms. Hayes snappy dialogue and fast-paced exposition that makes you feel like you are panting as much as Meagan does when battling the unwelcome in the House. A very fun read.

  • Angela Falkowska
    2019-01-21 20:11

    On the surface, Megan's got it all, but she only wants the one thing she thinks she doesn't have--her father's loving attention. The scenes where she talks to the Presidential "double" are heart-rending. She takes out her frustration on the White House because she thinks Dad loves it more than her. Yet shortly afterward, she has to defend the White House when it appears to be invaded. I thought that really pointed out her love/ hate feelings for her father. When it comes to the crunch, she'd give her all. The action is so much fun! The kids find inventive ways of defeating the "bad guys". Megan's budding relationship with Josh hit all the right marks for me--sweet and smart-ass. Quite a roller coaster!

  • Martha Attema
    2019-02-15 20:18

    Action pact and fun!For thirteen-year-old Meagan Masters it is hard enough to become a woman and to challenge her father for never being around to celebrate the big events in her life, except that her father is the President of the United States and Meagan and her ten-year-old brother Clint live in the White House. Meagan is the First Teen and hates public appearances and being paraded in front of cameras.Meagan's raging hormones help her plan to take revenge on Easter Weekend and "To make him love me." She is assisted by her boyfriend, Josh, the son of the vice president, who is equally deprived of his father's attention, and her brother, Clint, who is also 'in' on the act.When the family takes off by Marine One, for Camp David, Meagan is not on board as her family assumes. She and Josh think themselves alone in the White House for the weekend, but soon find their plans foiled by an attack of invaders, who also assume THEY have the White House to themselves.The protagonists have to defend themselves with rubber bullets, paint balls, duct tape and bowling balls.When a helicopter lands on the roof and drops, what Meagan thinks is her father's double, the real battle begins. Secret agents, terrorists and a wannabe president, make Meagan's revenge much more complicated than she had anticipated. Will she win her father's affection? Will they save the White House from terrorists?Marla Hayes has composed strong and interesting characters. Deep emotions in the protagonist and her father and a fast moving plot make for a tension filled read. The story works at several levels. The actions are innovative, funny, hilarious and at times slap-stic comical. Her knowledge of the inside and outside and the workings of the White House are admirable. SCREW YOU, MR. PRESIDENT by Marla J. Hayes, is a fun read, but makes you think of the challenges real families, living in the White House, face.

  • Marilyn Jordan
    2019-02-04 19:06

    This is a fun, breezy hilarious read that really captures the passionate emotions and hair-trigger reactions of being a teenager, no matter what the circumstances -- even living in the White House.First Teen Meagan Masters is mad as heck at her father, the President, who she feels ignores her wishes and takes her for granted and she isn't going to take it anymore. With the help of the VP's son, she plots her revenge in a plan that includes trashing the White House -- that is until she finds herself home alone with terrorists invading from all sides. When the president returns to rappel down onto the White House roof, Meagan thinks it's his body double who's possibly in cahoots with the bad guys. This, of course, leads to all kinds of crazy mayhem that the author exploits to good effect. Meagan is now fighting on multiple fronts, including her emotional issues with her dad, but darn it all, no one is going to wreck the White House except her.Meagan is a fun character to watch. The reader never knows how she's going to respond to any situation except that everything she says and does is going to be on the outer edges of wild and explosive. The plot involves various secret service agents, a wacko female officer, and invaders named Eenie, Meenie, Mynie, and Moe among others along with the First Lady and Megan's usefully devious little brother, Clint.

  • Shirley Bragg
    2019-01-21 19:17

    With a title like this one, I had no idea where Marla was taking us, but I have never been so engrossed in a story in a long time. Her characterization was captivated me from the very beginning and the the amount of research put into this novel was amazing. I seldom give out five stars, but this book definitely deserves it. I can hardly wait to see what she comes up with next! Oh yes, there is one more thing. Plan to get your housework out of the way early, because chances are, not much will be getting done until you are finished finding out what the President did to tick off Meagan!

  • Ann Kimbrough
    2019-01-31 17:01

    Great book for middle-grade and above with strong, funny teenage characters! (13-year-olds) Loved the concept of a disgruntled First Daughter having to save the White House from invaders, along with the Vice President's son. Part action adventure, part comedy, it's a really fun read! Of all the White House Down kind of stories out there lately, I liked this one the best!

  • 2rengirls1
    2019-02-09 16:11

    The premise of this book was amazing--the president's teenage daughter absolutely despises him for being absent from her life, so when the rest of the first family vacations at Camp David, she stays at the White House with the vice president's son. Recipe for disaster? Completely. When terrorists attack the White House, Megan and Josh have to defend the place.The plot promised an interesting book. However, there were quite a few things I would have changed that would have given me a more satisfying read. The language is very simplistic. I didn't enjoy the narrative's style, as most of it was uninteresting or unimportant details. I ended up skimming a ton.The biggest fault was in the believability of the novel. A general calling her soldiers "Eenie, Meenie, Miney and Moe"? I highly doubt that would happen in real life. Was it for comedic effect? Quite possibly, but I didn't get that.I wanted to like this book. I wanted it to be like "Confessions of a First Daughter" by Cassidy Calloway. If you want to read a book about a first daughter, go for that one. Personally, I would skip this book.I received a copy of this book free from Goodreads First Reads and was not required to write a positive review.

  • Sgt Roman Hunter
    2019-02-07 20:14

    AWESOME BOOK, NOW IF ONLY WHITE AMERICANS HAD THE COURAGE THAT I HAVE, TO TELL OSAMA,,, WAIT, WHAT??? OK. I MEAN OBAMA THAT HE SUCKS AS A PRESIDENT AND SHOULD TELL US WHAT HE REALLY IS,HE LIES EVERY DAY!!!AM I THE ONLY ONE THAT KNOWS HE'S HALF MUSLIM, HALF BLACK !!!THE ONLY THING WHITE IN HIM IS BLOOMBERG.THEY'RE THE REASON NORMAL MEN LIKE ME CAN'T MARRY A GIRL, BECAUSE IT IS NOW CALLED DOMESTIC PARTNER. OI, CAN YOU IMAGINE INTRODUCING YOUR MATE AS YOUR DOMESTIC PARTNER. BOLLOCKS!!!THIS IS THE WORLD WE LIVE IN NOW.

  • Marla Hayes
    2019-01-20 19:14