I didn't find the story all that plausible. A woman who has been out of work for over ten years gets four interviews in one day, and then got hired ~ without any real qualifications for the job ~ then within a couple months is being sought after by the owner of the biggest public relations firm in New York, with offices all over the world, and then a mere month later her services are so outstanding that she is being requested from potential clients overseas? Not likely in the real world.
Oh sorry. Was that a run-on sentence? This book had so many of them, that at times took an entire paragraph (or so it seemed). Sometimes I had to scratch my head, huh?, and try to find the beginning of the sentence to remember what in the heck the point of all the that was. A lot of times, just too many unnecessary words.
I thought the author did a good job on the characters, and I did find their personalities believable, and in fact, found Ben likeable by the end of the book. The daughter, Sara, was totally unlikeable and thought the author did an excellent job in conveying that.
At first I found the book difficult to get into, as I thought it had a slow start. After while the pace picked up, and the story did get more interesting, but still not a very real likelihood in the real world.
I would not recommend this book to others.