A Small-Town Girl Discovers the Seedy Side of Wall Street in The Black & The White

Determined to make good, Isabelle leaves her small town roots for a job on Wall Street. It's not long before she glimpses the unsavory side in The Black & The White.

Denver, CO, February 15, 2013 --(PR.com)-- What happens when a junior trader slums in Sin City? She discovers a world of high finance and low morals. The seedy side of Wall Street is brought to life in all its glory in The Black & The White.

Isabelle may be a small-town girl but she's got big ambitions. Determined to repay her mother for putting her through college, she buys a one-way ticket from Nowheresville to New York, leaving her boyfriend behind for a new life as a junior trader.

But the Wall Street Isabelle discovers is one of high finance and low morals: The only things black and white are the Amex cards and the wraps of cocaine. The men are hailed as masters of the universe, and the women are expected to play along.

On a trip to Sin City for corporate schmoozing, Isabelle finds herself in bed with the bank’s biggest client, and he doesn’t want what happens in Vegas to stay in Vegas. When she catches her boss is cheating the system – as well as his wife – she realizes his entanglements could have them both swapping VIP clubs for a different set of bars.

The Black & The White can be ordered by retailers or wholesalers for the maximum trade discount price set by the author in quantities of ten or more from orders@evelinweber.com or directly with the Lightning Source distributor at www.lightningsource.com.

The paperback is available in the US on book retailer websites such as Amazon, Barnes & Nobles. The book is being promoted with a focus in the Woman’s Fiction category.

ISBN: 978-0-9886-4421-2 Format: 5.5 x 8.5 paperback Retail $14.99
Ebook: $9.99 Genre: Contemporary Woman’s Fiction; Romance

About the Author: Evelin Weber left a successful career on Wall Street to follow what she considered to be more worthwhile pursuits, such as drinking with friends, doing conservation work in Africa and Costa Rica, dancing like no one’s watching in the fashion capitals of the world, surfing in Bali, enjoying yoga bootcamps and getting her sommelier's license, while trying not to crash her plane. Evelin is always on the lookout for her next experience and it’s these life experiences that inspired her to write her first novel, The Black and The White. For more information about Evelin Weber, visit www.evelinweber.com or write press@Evelinweber.com

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