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Show Her the Money by Stephanie Feagan
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Dec 07, 2009

it was ok
bookshelves: trilogy
Read in September, 2009

Whitney “Pink” Pearl (“Pink” from pink Pearl erasers – get it?) is blowing the whistle on a big accounting scam. She’s lost her job at the firm, has to testify in front of the US Senate and is pretty much persona non grata in with her old firm as well as many of the people in her home town. Mostly because they’re all losing their life savings.

She’s moved back home and reluctantly accepted a job working for her mother as a forensic accountant. In the meantime, the one piece of evidence that she does have to clear her of any involvement in the scandal was sold at a rummage sale her mother held. (In a box with a blow-up man Pink had been given as a gag gift.)

In the meantime, she has some work to do for her mother, a senator who seems to have the hots for her and a local lawyer that she thinks she has the hots for.

Frankly, this is a bad book. I’ve never seen a woman try so hard to have sex and not get any. Plus, the woman has owned fully furnished homes in the past, but now is renting a furnished apartment with a crappy bed. I just can’t believe she didn’t keep some of her own furniture. The plot isn’t bad – it’s just all that great of a book.

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