She's Whitney "Pink" Pearl, the world's most fearlessaccountant?
Her boss gave her the ultimatum bring in more clients or else. So when the town's stingiest man asks Pink to investigate his mysteriously dwindling oil assets, Pink takes the case. Bad career move.
Suddenly strangers are asking for her help on "matters of national security" then dying at her feet. A little dog which may belong to an infamous assassin keeps following her around. Add to that two amazing men vying for her attention and a case that's pointing to terrorist activity, and Pink's time sheet is full of things that won't get her promoted, and just might get her dead.
#2 in series - very funny mystery. CPA "Pink" Pearl manages to uncover an international terrorist group.
This is the second of the Pink Pearl mysteries.
Pink is still working at her mother's firm, but now she expects her to actually do work and bring in clients. (Oh, the horrors.) So, to appease her mother and keep her job, she agrees to take on the biggest skin-flint in town as a client. He insists that his oil assets are mysteriously disappearing.
If that weren't enough, before accepting the case, an FBI agent is stabbed in front of her at the grocery store after telling her he's been sent by the senator who has a crush on her and that he needs her help to stop Al Qaeda. Now she has to figure out who is telling her the truth and who is lying. And, is there really someone in Midland, Texas, funneling money to Al Qeada?
Plus, she's still got the man problem â the man she's most interested in, a local attorney, and the senator who is definitely interested in her, but she's still debating him.
Again, not a very well-written book. The sex issue isn't there â at least now she has sex. The plot isn't bad, despite being so very not-plausible.