My friend Cari has been reading the Pippa Grant books based on my recommendation. She asked about the rest of the Bluewater Billionaires. I hadn’t read them, other than Crazy for Loving You, which is a Pippa book. So I borrowed The Price of Scandal from Kindle Unlimited to check it out.
Emily Stanton is the CEO of her own beauty company. She loves being in the lab and creating things, but she’s also the trust fund baby that bankrolled the company. Now Emily is a billionaire who is launching her company into the public arena with an IPO.
Derek Price is the owner of a public relations firm. He’s the fixer. When he sees what happens to Emily right in front of him, he immediately gets on the phone to one of her board members. Derek suavely lets them know that he can right their ship, especially in time for their IPO.
Brief Summary (while trying not to give everything away)
In The Price of Scandal, Emily is coerced into going out to be “seen” in an effort to get good publicity for the IPO. However, instead she’s embroiled in scandal as the police found drugs in the car she was in when they pulled up at the restaurant.
Derek happens to be dining at the restaurant where Emily is detained by the police. When Emily fails to return his phone calls, he breaks into her house. Arriving home, Emily is shocked to discover Derek in her bathtub, taking a bath. What happens from there? Well, you need to read the book!
The Price of Scandal is the first book in the Bluewater Billionaires series. Each book is written by a different author, but all four heroines are the billionaires. I love that it’s the women who are kick butt in these books. This one is on Kindle Unlimited and you should run to read it!
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And in case you hadn’t figured it out, my plan for 2021 is to write a blog post for each book I read. Last year, I read 150 books. We’ll see how I do this year.