One And The Same
A simple photograph, encased in a beautiful crystal frame, the female executives appearing one and the same, their faces evenly blended so you can’t tell one from the other, best describes the disturbing events invading the VP’s previously uncomplicated world, forcing her to deal with an emotional side of life typically left simmering on a low flame on the back burner of her career-driven existence.
FREDA JAMES, the VP of Sales, determined to make a name for herself in the competitive software industry, faces her toughest adversary to date. What she couldn’t possibly know is STACY GREEN, the company’s new manufacturing consultant, has a dark secret.
Wildly driven to eliminate any female standing in the way of her own success, Stacy quickly learns Freda is a force to be reckoned with in the boardroom, but not without her own demons. With the VP’s personal life exposed, the consultant goes for the jugular, opening the gates of hell, releasing every weapon in her deranged arsenal to grease the skids of Freda’s demise, with deadly consequences.
A variety of personalities color this intriguing tale. ANTHONY TURNER, former gang leader, now successful businessman feared by anyone who’s heard his story. ERICA TURNER, his beautiful and equally accomplished wife, is Freda’s best friend, and warns the VP of the consultant’s unhealthy obsession with her. PATRICK PALMINTERI and DARIUS ARMSTRONG are the men who love Freda and would do anything to protect her.
Each play an intricate role in the explosive conclusion, exposing a disturbing revelation that will make you think twice about the people you call . . . friend.