When I wrote Truth, Lies, and Love in Advertising, I wanted the series to be fun, sink-your-teeth into fiction with an edge. My characters are relatable because they come to life in my books. I made them flawed like everyone else – oftentimes they make cringe-worthy decisions that land them into impossible situations, but I believe that anyone can be redeemed. Many of my readers ask me if I worried about them when I wrote these novels. The answer is, unequivocally, yes! Many nights I lay awake worrying what might happen; but, as I was reminded, they have “friends in high places.” You will worry about them, too, from start to finish.
Delve into the vivid world of Jane Mercer in this high stakes tale of professional and romantic conflict, as she struggles against her new boss, the mysterious Craig Keller. A modern-day Mad Men, set in Los Angeles and filled with love, lust, betrayal, indulgence and the comedic appeal within the inner workings of an advertising agency.
“Riveting, vulnerable, wicked – Truth, Lies, and Love in Advertising series is fun, Fendi and all the other f-words in between.” – Doug Elfman, Award Winning
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