The Ethical Business Woman
Francine Pacque is on top of the world as a successful sales representative for a major manufacturing equipment firm in Chicago. At the age of thirty four, she has everything going well for her yet lacks a serious relationship with a man in her life. This disappointing fact is continually brought up by her parents and successful siblings. Eager to try her own sales vision after an anticipated promotion, Francine expects her strategy to create additional sales and demand for the sales representatives at her firm. However, an unexpected job loss drives Francine into the desperate search for another job. She meets Brian Sherman, a handsome civil engineer, but soon finds herself hurt and confused when he suddenly stops seeing her. Finding sales positions scarce and financial doom inevitable, she decides to hide her job loss from her family and friends. Francine is eventually given the chance to try her own sales strategy in a low potential sales territory in the southern part of the country. As she realizes that she cannot earn enough money to cover her expenses, she takes matters into her own hands and creates an imaginary life for herself. Follow Francine as she invents a new background for herself and jumps into the opportunities that result. As she poses in different roles, becomes a high society socialite, and finds a new love interest, Francine transforms into a woman who is the envy of her family and friends. All seems well until her real background is discovered.