Natasha Thompson has an MBA, but it only succeeded in landing her a job she absolutely hates. Her boss is sleeping with his assistant, and it's Natasha's job to cover for them every day. How much more lying can she do before she gets sick of deceiving for the likes of her horrible boss?
Danielle Harris certainly has big dreams. She knows that if she can just find the right break, she can become a Broadway star. As the latest contestant on a Broadway musical competition show, she will have to show America that she's got the talent to make it to the top.
Jayla Williams has passed the bar, but can't actually practice law until she finds a job. Depressed and frustrated from her unemployment, she takes a temporary position that she thinks she's sure to hate. At the same time, she has to deal with her cousin's many wedding woes and her attraction to someone new...
Author Eugenia R. Jefferson provides valuable insight into the millennial experience through the eyes of three women of color. All three encounter frustration, competition, rejection, and even romance as they navigate postcollege life and face a wide-open future.
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About the Author
Eugenia R. Jefferson was a frustrated millennial, but she eventually found her passion and purpose as a writer and graduated with a bachelor's degree in journalism and a master's degree in integrated marketing communications.
Jefferson lives in Chicago, Illinois. She enjoys writing fiction aimed at African American women.