| I was surprised this book was well written and well thought out. I loved the way this book was sectioned by months. Evey episode of this book happened between September and December. So much took place in the life of Victoria Jackson in such a short period of time. It was amazing how the writer composed all the complexities within each character within each chapter.
This book went fast through the life of an African-American Woman Corporate professional who was in line for the CEO position. We, the readers, traveled her life on how she got to that position, what it had costed her personal, professional, and financially, to stay in line in for the job, and once there can Victoria Jackson be truly happy? We, the readers, get a look into the minds of her husband, William, and her secretary and good friend, Max. A good read.
She felt she had worked her way up the ladder of success and out of the Black world she is so comfortable in. Max feels extremely uncomfortable in the "European World", as she calls it. When I asked her why she continues to sacrifice her comfort level to work in Corporate America, she said she does not have to sleep with one eye open anymore.
-- Added by LTJOR14 on 03/05/2017