A big-hearted, funny, insightful look at the Me Too movement and what it really looks like for women.
Sloane, Ardie, Grace, and Rosalita are friends and coworkers at Truviv, when the CEO of the company dies suddenly. His death is bad news for the foursome because their boss, Ames, will most likely be his successor. Each woman has a unique relationship with Ames, who is infamous for the ways he treats women. Mostly the talk of his behavior has been ignored and swept under the rug, but with him about to take the helm of the entire company, the ladies decide something must be done.
Sloane and her comrades' actions cause a catastrophic shift in the office. Lies come to the surface and secrets are revealed. Not everyone survives.
This novel is 9 to 5 for a new age. It's funny and insightful and deeply explores what it is to be a woman today.
And maybe if we're really lucky, Reese Witherspoon will pick up the rights and cast Dolly Parton. Wouldn't that be great?