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Reviewed by Susan Sewell for Readers' Favorite
Wanting to change the world without being recognized, six highly successful businessmen hire an anonymous third-party to hunt for unethical deeds or actions that need to be rectified in the riveting novel, Chase: The Secret Billionaire Society, Book One by Nancy Pennick. Billionaire Chase and his friends delegate Mr. Smith, an unknown philanthropist, to locate six serious problems and then assign one of the issues to each of them. Like Charlie's Angels, they never see Mr. Smith, they just follow his instructions. Chosen first, Chase relinquishes his car, his surname, and money. Traveling incognito, Chase leaves his business and his home in his managers' competent hands and takes a job as a pilot in a family-owned airline. The airline seems to be in financial difficulties, but they can't pinpoint the root of the dilemma. Not being allowed to use his own money to bail the owner out, Mr. Smith advises Chase to dig deeper into the problem. But as he examines the company more carefully, Chase is stunned by his discoveries. Are there ties between his own enterprise and the airline? Is one or more of the family members trying to sabotage their own company?
With an undercurrent of romance woven into the plot, Chase: The Secret Billionaire Society, Book One by Nancy Pennick is a suspenseful novel that takes altruism to another level. With a well-defined story arc, a fascinating plot, and engaging characters, the storyline flows smoothly until the end. The plot has a few surprises that give the story a nice twist, and I was so captivated by it, I stayed up most of the night to finish the book. Although I enjoyed the story, it became a little bumpy towards the end. There is an unresolved situation that melts away in the epilogue; however, the matter is still unfinished. Despite that little hitch, it is a fabulous story, and I look forward to reading the entire series. It is an engaging novel that I recommend to those who are romantics at heart and enjoy a clean love story with the taste of suspense.