Stephanie Spicer, the creative director of London branding agency, is ambitious and driven. At 28, she’s the company’s youngest director ever. She’s also stunningly beautiful, which has helped her get noticed in a competitive business world. Fragile and sensitive in her own relationships, she is trying to come to terms about her future with her on and off boyfriend Geoff, her own sexuality, and commanding respect in a business world that plays by rules she doesn’t yet fully understand.
When the attractive young PA of a global enterprise director arrives, Stephanie sees an opportunity to win her new account. A pitch for new business soon becomes a close sexual encounter with the gorgeous, but predatory, PA. However, her new girl-on-girl relationship is more than it seems, since Stephanie wants to get a handsome American man—a potential client—into her bed as well.
While winning the account is the easy part, can Stephanie resolve the tangles in her own love life? When asked to present her creative proposals at an important conference, Stephanie seizes her chance to fully connect with her new American client in more than just a business relationship. And then her client’s wife shows up.
Will Stephanie be able to walk the fine line in the business world, keeping her head, her boss, and her new lover all satisfied?
Pitch Perfect is a 13,500-word novella.