“Jane kept me titillated throughout this novel. With each chapter, I could not wait to see what she was doing, who she was doing it with, and what she was wearing. More importantly, I was raring to find out what she was learning as she clambered up the ladder to success in a fast-paced, corporate work-world, where the glass ceiling should have been smashed a long time ago, but was still held firmly in place by a complex system of “Good Ole Boy” structures. Being Jane is a must-read for the twenty-first century woman.”
Lori Swick, Author of Comfort and Mirth and Dreaming ~ The Sacred Art
LA ad executive Jane Mercer has her life together. But an encounter with Craig Keller – managing partner of Keller Whitman Group and a powerful advertising magnate –stirs up emotions and attraction from her disastrous liaison with him two years earlier.
His influence surges through her, leaving her vulnerable to his machinations. This unexpected meeting topples her secure world, threatening to destroy everything she’s worked to gain.
As she anxiously watches, Keller Whitman Group buys out Jane’s employer, making the savagely handsome Craig Jane’s new boss; with his alluring yet reprehensible behavior now comes authority and control over her. Jane feels her autonomy stripped away as Craig subtly ties her promotion to a consensual intimate relationship with him. Worse still, Jane’s visceral attraction to him still burns, despite her wishes to keep him in her past.
Forced to face up to her emotional bondage to Craig, Jane must find an inner strength and calm self-acceptance to live with integrity … or risk sinking into the morass of decadence and greed that is Keller Whitman Group.