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In a novel about the tough issue of workplace racism, Anise is an M.B.A. graduate working in employee benefits for a local company in a small town outside of Chicago. She is married to a successful vice president of a pharmaceutical sales company and lives in a dream home. Professionally, she is being steered toward a position that is not of interest. On two occasions, her superiors have hired--into the position she wants--employees who are not as qualified as she. And she and her husband are at odds about the direction of their marriage. So, Anise makes decisions about her future, independent of the advice and warnings of those close to her, and accepts the reality of her professional and personal situations. She determines which battles she should tackle and which she should walk away from. In the end, Anise learns that she has the strength to handle any obstacle. A thought-provoking novel about relationships between partners, coworkers, and family. Lillian Lewis
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"A TASTE OF REALITY is a powerful and deeply satisfying read. It's Kimberla Lawson Roby at her best." -- E. Lynn Harris, New York Times Bestselling Author --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Editorial Reviews
a taste of reality arrived in very good condition thank youPublished 6 days ago by this ratihg was ment for Casting The First Stone
This was really a good read. I enjoyed the story lines, but I did not liked the way it ended. But that is what made the book so interesting. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Daisy M. Chesley
Love the storyline..hated the ending...I'm a sucker for happy endings. Overall this was a decent read. Now back to reading about the good rev.Published 8 months ago by Khristian Ralls
Just love the way Kimberla writes- very realistic situations, great reading- sizzling topics -Published 11 months ago by denise moulden