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Sharon Gerlach was in training to be a ninja, but a dismaying lack of physical grace and balance—not to mention the inability to keep her big mouth shut—ended her ninja career before it really began. Now she writes. She doesn’t write about ninjas because that’s obviously a sore subject. But she writes about other really cool things and figures someone else will cover the ninjas. Life’s really not all about ninjas, anyway. Sharon lives on the dry side of the Pacific Northwest with her husband (who must really be fond of her as he hasn’t left her yet despite her ninja failings); her three kids and two grandchildren (none of whom possess ninja qualities either); and four cats. Yes, you guessed it—ninja cats!
on June 11, 2013 :
A fun novel set in a dysfunctional software company in department that is a mini Peyton Place.
(reviewed 12 months after purchase)
M. O. Stanko
on Jan. 14, 2012 :
I really like this author. She entertains her readers and has a unique style that puts her books above the average romance novel. If you enjoy this you'll enjoy the next one the secret dream of Sarah Jane. They are both independent stories but reading Office Politics adds to the enjoyment of Sarah's story.
(review of free book)
on Aug. 23, 2011 :
Office Politics is a hilarious look at at the behind the scenes happenings in the corporate jungle.
Frannie Freeman, the nattator of this story gives her margarita tinged view of the company new hire "Fresh meat", her supervisor "Malaria" and the man of her dreams,Sam who married her "enemy". She knows Sam's misrable, but how far will she go to win Sam's affection.
Sharon Gerlach's no holds barred story telling will leave you laughing and sharing Frannie's pain, frustration and ... well you'll have to read to find out.
I highly recommend adding Office Politics to your e-book collection
(reviewed 28 days after purchase)
on July 30, 2011 :
I really, really enjoyed reading this book. It was packed full of humor, but at the same time, addressed real issues. I found myself laughing my head off at the funny situations Frannie got into, but I also felt her pain. This book kept me entertained the whole time I was reading it, and I found it hard to put down. Sharon Gerlach has shown, once again, that she has a great writing style that can keep a reader hooked and begging for more.
(reviewed 27 days after purchase)