by Jennifer Anglade Dahlberg
Genre: Women’s Fiction/African-American
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What happens when your career is your entire identity and it’s suddenly taken away from you?
It’s October 2009 and thirty-five year-old Mia Lewis is an independent woman at the top of her game. Sharp, attractive and the only senior female executive at Atlas Capital, she survived Wall Street during the worst financial crisis in modern history. Devoted to her job, Mia always fights for what she thinks is best for the firm—until one false move ushers her spectacular downfall.
Disgraced and broke, she escapes to a crumbling cottage in upstate New York to repair her reputation and plot her comeback.
Alone and threatened by lasting unemployment, she risks becoming what she has always feared: a failure. But a chance encounter with a handsome single dad ignites feelings and a sense of longing that Mia had intentionally buried. As she begins to consider a new life—one away from the stress and excess of Wall Street—the past comes calling, jeopardizing her whole future.