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June 2, 2014



Fiona Carson is the CEO of a multi-billion high-tech company. Devoted single mother, world-class strategist, and tough negotiator, Fiona weighs up every move she makes and saves any spare time for her children. Isolation and constant pressure are given for her as a woman in a man’s world.

Meanwhile, Marshall Weston basks in the fruits of his achievements. At his side is his wife Liz, the perfect, corporate spouse. Smooth, shrewd and irreproachable, Marshall is a model chief executive, however, to maintain his position he harbours secrets that could destroy his life at any moment.

Both must face their own demons and fight off those who are envious of their  success. Their lives as CEOs come at a high price, but just how high a price are they willing to pay?

About the author



Danielle Steel is one of the world’s most popular and highly acclaimed authors, with over ninety international best-selling novels in print. She lives in California and Paris.

To learn more about Danielle Steel and her books visit her website at or join her Facebook at Offical

published by Bantam 13th March 2014

My review

I loved the cover of a woman dressed for business and I loved the sharp devoted powerful lady boss.

This is a wonderful new novel story of family, careers, love, loss and the sacrifices some people have to make to hold onto power or let it go. 


Fiona is a modern-day single parent. She is tall and thin and a very beautiful woman with long blond hair that she styles into a neat bun. Her nails are always impeccably manicured. Fiona is the most successful women in the country at her largest corporation in American business and she happens to be responsible for a hundred thousand employees. 



Harding Williams the chairman had been on the board long before Fiona got there,they had crossed path before, at Harvard Business school and he had formed his opinion of her then and never changed it since. Chairman Harding Williams was not happy that Fiona had called a meeting into the boardroom.
Very enjoyable.
I hope that many readers will enjoy reading Power Play as much as I have.




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