In her opinion, there's a big difference between lying and not telling the whole truth...
...but when Harry Saunders chose to use her nickname on a resume, she knew anyone reading it would assume she was a man. But that was fine by her - as long as it meant getting the job. She needed the benefits for her sick little boy, and no matter how much one of her bosses hated her for not being entirely honest, she wasn't going to back down and quit.
Women had their place - and it wasn't working construction...
The moment Chris Parker realized they'd been duped, he tried in vain to find a loophole so he could fire Harriet. But just because they're stuck with her doesn't mean he has to like it, and he will never give up hope that she'll give him a reason to get rid of her. Until the day he discovers that she has a very ill son. A son who develops an instant case of hero worship for Chris.
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Name in consistencies in this book - wrong name of mam mcginty's was sold to, wrong last name for harry used twice in early/mid section of book where it was listed correctly before and after. No mention (other than tags on cover) that they are part if a series and no mention of next... What happens to coach? Jon? Hannah?