Tiffany ‘Tay’ Bellagio works for the
Morris Cramton law firm and does not like her boss Ed or his work ethics on the law firm’s legal cases. Ed continually degrades her work while consistently piling up her workload causing her to work past the normal five o’clock quitting time. On the social side, Tay is trying to keep a relationship with a bartender friend named Dean afloat and from ending too soon but Dean thinks she is ashamed of his job status that causes a rift between them. Family and friends think Tay is a snob when it comes to wanting the better things in life but she does not see it that way. How can Tay mend the rift with Dean and prove her family and friends wrong?
The Pursuit of Happiness is a story of self-discovery and learning that it is okay to want the simply things out of life without sacrificing friendships. The storyline is very good but there was superfluous narrative and very wordy without enough dialogue but is definitely worth the read.
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