A corporate page-turner complete with ambition, betrayal, romance and greed.
Reviewer Norman Goldman, editor of Bookpleasures says...
"Although over one half of the labor force in corporate America is made up of women, there is still a very small percentage who make it to the top as CEO or President. It is with this theme in mind, that author Patricia E. Gitt focuses her debut fictional novel, CEO."
" The story is a gripping read due to Gitt's sharp eye pertaining to back room shenanigans so prevalent in corporate America, particularly when it comes to accepting a woman as a CEO.
Although some of the character are not completely convincing, this does not distract from the novel's entertaining quality as a good bedtime read."
Having built a career in public relations, I've met and worked with some of the legends of my profession. Fascinated by power, those who amass it and those who are exiled from it, I have used this writer's resource in creating a fictional world that will be familiar to business women and men alike. --I have just published my second novel, "ASAP", the story of a successful career woman, wife and mother whose life is suddenly thrust into warp speed upon learning of a potential theft of her company's innovative technology. --To read a description of "CEO", click on the book cover. To read a description of "asap -as soon as possible-" click on the link.