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The Pitch
     

The Pitch

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by Linda J. Lord
 
Liz Robertson is in trouble. Her business is floundering and her relationship with son, Justin, is drowning. As a single mother, she is spread thin and there are things that she misses; like the fact someone is stealing money from her event planning business. Tired, frustrated, and stretched beyond her capabilities, she stumbles upon an unlikely business resource; her

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Liz Robertson is in trouble. Her business is floundering and her relationship with son, Justin, is drowning. As a single mother, she is spread thin and there are things that she misses; like the fact someone is stealing money from her event planning business. Tired, frustrated, and stretched beyond her capabilities, she stumbles upon an unlikely business resource; her son's soccer coach. Ready to try anything to salvage her business and her relationship, she begins to apply those lessons she learns on the pitch. But will it be enough and in time to allow her to make a living and have a life?

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ISBN-13:
9781440174537
Publisher:
iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date:
10/19/2009
Pages:
140
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.30(d)

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The Pitch 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
bridget3420 More than 1 year ago
Liz's chaotic life is taking it's toll on her. She has a teenage son, she's a single mother and she runs her own business. A personal life is non-existent for Liz. She is just about to crash and burn when she meets a man who makes her see that there can still be order in a world full of clutter. She decides to take the advise of her son's soccer coach and put it into action. This man just might hold the key to her sanity. Will she be able to transform her current life and begin living again or will she let her life continue to overwhelm her? In today's world, everyone's life gets out of control, at least for a little while. I found Liz to be one of the most likable characters ever. She's so strong which leads her to take on a little too much and she doesn't know how to admit that she is human and could use some help. I think everyone goes through this at some point and when that happens, this could be the perfect pick-me-up.