A word…A hidden meaning…A simple game…
It’s a man’s world, so as the first female CEO of the biggest pharmaceutical company in the world, I have to bring it to its knees every day. I live for my job because I’ve worked damn hard for it. I’ve been called everything from a ballbuster to a man-eater, but I wear the titles with pride. It means I’m feared and respected. I have everything a powerful woman could want: the perfect job, the perfect Manhattan address, and the perfect man who’s as dominant in the boardroom as he is in the bedroom.
Until someone decides everything I have should belong to her. Even when you’re on top of the world, you still have to watch your back. I didn’t, and in the blink of an eye found myself at rock bottom. I lost everything from the man I loved, right down to my dignity. Now my life has become a puzzle—an anagram that needs to be unraveled.I always thought I was irreplaceable. I was wrong.
My Review ♥♥♥♥♥
I am one of those who instinctively, as soon as I see the cover of a book, either hates or loves it. With AnagraM, it was love at first sight.
Ever since I saw the cover, I have longed to have this book in hand, and I have not been disappointed. I couldn’t put it down.
Sienna Grant manages to play with her characters’ emotions so well that she keeps the reader glued to the book chapter after chapter. As much as I tried to imagine what the next move of the characters would be, I didn’t succeed because they did the opposite of what I imagined.
Thanks to her hard work, Reagan is a woman who is the CEO of a successful company. But she is not the only unpleasant one that everyone hates; on the contrary, she is also funny and friendly despite being a serious person.
She and Everett, a successful businessman sexy enough to make you drool, are destined to be together but what seems easy really isn’t. Especially when Margie starts working for Raegan, helping her get organized so well that she has time to unwind. But little things start to happen, and the story becomes more and more captivating.
It is a book you absolutely must-have in your library and read it over and over again.
You can’t miss it!!! Grab your copy and you’ll not be disappointed.