When Pam Weston was ordered to report to the CEO of Peterson Enterprises she had no idea her new boss had hired her specifically as his next pet project, so she
took the assignment suspecting he would fire her before the end of the day. Recognizing a prison record rendered her unemployable by most companies, she worked hard
and kept a low profile. Except, working as an executive assistant for the CEO was about as “high profile” as any job could get. And working for Robert Peterson in
particular would present Pam with challenges she never expected.