It is an Indie entry into the growing Working Girl Lit genre which has had huge successes like Lauren Weisberger’s The Devil Wears Prada (2003) and Jennifer Weiner’s The Next Best Thing (2012). Working Girls is set in a fictional Fortune 100 Company from about 1990 to the present. In the story, the four heroines’ careers take divergent paths. One climbs the corporate ladder and competes for the CEO position, another quits to launch an entrepreneurial venture, a third decides to start a family, and the fourth enters into an adulterous relationship with her boss.
“Each of the characters, male and female, is a mixture of 3 or 4 different people so everyone is bound to see some of themselves in the book,” said Shavon Jones, author of Working Girls: Money, Power & Love. Michigan attorney, wife and mother Tiffany Torain agreed saying Working Girls “is a great book – relatability and fantasy all in one book” while Miami-based Fortune 100 Executive Nicole Turner called it “an entertaining and informative portrayal of the stylish lives of modern career women.”
About Shavon Jones
Shavon is an author, editor, public speaker, reformed attorney and a lover of travel, architecture, scrapbooking, tennis, entertaining, and good food & wine. She also is the founder of http://www.fortyorso.com/
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