Money to Burn by James Grippando - Book Review

From the back of the book:

Michael Cantella is a rising star at Saxton Silvers, Wall Street's premier investment bank, when his new wife, Ivy Layton, vanishes on their honeymoon in the Bahamas. Four years later—with a beautiful new wife and his career back on track—Michael checks his investment accounts online . . . and discovers he's been wiped out. All the money is gone. And there's an e-mail message: Just as planned. xo xo.

Michael's life as he knows it has been liquidated. Saxton Silvers is on the brink of bankruptcy and he's suspected of orchestrating its ruin. Framed, embroiled in corporate espionage, facing divorce—and much worse—he's desperate to clear his name as FBI agents and a psychotic assassin close in for the kill. All signs seem to suggest the unthinkable: Ivy is back from the dead . . . and a key player in Michael's deadly downfall. Or his only hope.

My thoughts:

This book was recommended to me by a friend, so I started reading having NO expectations or ideas on what the topic was about.  I found this book interesting from page 1.  It had so many twists it was completely unpredictable.  My husband, who ALWAYS figures out the endings half way through the book (or movie) totally didn't guess this one.  There are no inappropriate scenes or words, I would recommend this to anyone.

My Rating: 5/5 Stars

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