Just when she is finally establishing her credibility as a CEO in the Internet world, Lena Bettencourt faces the worst kind of crisis for an online-company executive: a hacker who threatens to expose her customers’ credit card information. And, to make matters worse, the blackmailing Internet scofflaw chooses to exploit the problem with her website’s security right before she’s about to get on a plane for her first vacation in three years.In this sequel to Putt for Show, Lena, a winner of the USGA Women’s Senior Amateur Tournament, takes on many challenges: running a company, sexism in the tech world, Internet security, and the plague of $5 golf balls lost in the woods. Her detractors try to undermine her success by chipping away at her confidence and destroying her credibility with the venture capitalists funding her business. When she discovers a scheme to discredit her leadership, she must figure out who is behind it to save her job and her reputation.
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Marj Charlier lives in Palm Springs, California, with her husband, Ben Miller, a free-lance journalist. She worked as a business reporter for twenty years, including eleven at The Wall Street Journal. She worked in corporate finance for another twenty years before retiring to write novels. Now she writes novels, plays golf and spoils every dog within sight.