The Pippa Effect

The Pippa Effect

by Rebekah C Zanders
The Pippa Effect

The Pippa Effect

by Rebekah C Zanders


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In a world ruled by money and power, Philippa "Pippa" Browning "sings" her own song where love has the power to change lives. Tucked away in the IT department of Monroe Enterprises for the past seven years, Pippa is unexpectedly thrust into the role of interpreter for visiting Chinese business moguls. Suddenly immersed in the intrigue of multi-national high powered corporations, her gestalt comes into direct conflict with Adam Monroe, CEO and heir to the Monroe fortune who, forced to take up the reins of Monroe Enterprises when his father absconded, bitterly runs his company fairly yet with cold precision. Undeterred, Pippa draws from her childhood experiences amongst state department diplomats and her family's passion for world peace to shine her powerful light of love on the jaded and bitter world of corporate America causing Adam to rethink his somewhat harsh business tactics and broken familial relationships. But even a beacon as strong as Pippa's needs tending, and when the trauma of her past threatens to snuff out her light, Adam and the people closest to her must step in to remind her that love still wins.

Inspired by Robert Browning's dramatic poem, Pippa Passes, The Pippa Effect presents a modern day re-telling of the timeless theme where one person's love and positive outlook forever changes the lives of people passing by.

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ISBN-13: 9781735091921
Publisher: Rebekah Zanders
Publication date: 08/23/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 440
File size: 921 KB

About the Author

Rebekah Zanders is a former English teacher with a B.S. in secondary education and an M.A. in English. Her master thesis, "Humans Being in the Environment: American Philosophy of the Environment and Nineteenth Century Literature" was published for academic purposes by Kutztown University. For the past several years, she worked as both a substitute teacher and a per diem IT assistant. Underlying all her academic and professional endeavors, her passion for writing fiction has prevailed. Married for over thirty years, her husband, Steve, continues to be her biggest fan while her two adult daughters provide honest critique and editing expertise.

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