The Billionaire Who Wasn't
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An ethically-challenged sister . . .
A father who's on the lam . . .
A mother who's barely speaking to her . . .
And a federal agent who wants to bed her . . .
What's a former billionaire's daughter to do?
Nina Roth is having a horrible day. Actually, make that a horrible week. In fact, make it a horrible year. Unemployed? Check. About to be homeless? Check. Father's an international pariah and Nina's guilty by association? Check. What's a former billionaire's daughter to do? The only thing she can--swallow her fear, ignore that little voice inside her head telling her all is not as it seems, and embark on an international manhunt that will either save her life or destroy it, once and for all.
Beth Orsoff deftly combines humor and suspense in this captivating escapade filled with fine wine, dysfunctional family, and an ending you'll never see coming.
Funny and suspenseful
From the cover I was expecting romantic suspense but it’s really more women’s fiction/suspense except funny too. Think a Stephanie Plum novel but less ditzy. I loved the characters, the twists and turns in the plot, and the fact that I didn’t guess the ending halfway through the book like I usually do. If you want some light fun reading give this one a try.