He worked hard, played hard, and was referred to as the Peter Pan Man, set to be a star in the industry he adored. After his third promotion in four years, he was granted a rare bright future tag that only two executives, with very different agendas, were aware of. The company relocated him to run a new selling division and his seemingly scripted life appeared to be a dream, until the warnings he ignored caused it to have traits of a nightmare.
With pixie dust bathing the scene in magic, the Peter Pan Man met his Wendy, and the curtain rose on The Show.
|Author||:||Lawrence H. Sola|
|Number of Pages||:||392 pages|