The more management consultant Jordan Wright researches her assignment to determine whether a client should build an addition to a major shopping mall, the more evidence she finds suggesting it’s not a good investment. But the client is anxious for an affirmative recommendation. All she has to do is say yes, add fluff language and both the client and her boss will be happy. But such a recommendation goes against her better judgement. If she recommends they not proceed, she could lose her cushy job and the chance to make a name for herself in the industry.
This is the prequel to Jordan’s story in Don’t Toy with Me.