A Dangerous Proposition
About the Book
Julianne Sloan is a fiery businesswoman consumed by her cutthroat career in television production when an assignment introduces her to Elisa Tate. Elisa is drowning in a sea of violence at the hands of a deranged husband. Unlikely allies, these women engage in a plot to expose a monstrous secret, using the power of the television spotlight. Together, they hope to bring awareness to the crisis of women trapped in heinous circumstances, tortured by those they love and hindered by unforgiving judgment. Julianne must stand up to the men at the studio and sometimes put herself in dangerous situations in the name of the greater good. She and Elisa become driven by their “project,” letting nothing slow them down. But the more involved they get, the more their lives spin out of control. They have revealed a matrix of sexual exploitation and personal oppression that causes them to scrutinize their own love lives and challenge their perspectives on love, lust, domination, and victimization. With any luck, their sacrifices will teach other women how to fight back, but Julianne and Elisa have to win the battle first.
About the Author
Donna Harris Harrison is an Emmy-winning television producer who has worked with NBC, FOX, Paramount, and Lifetime. Her credits include a documentary focused on the crisis of domestic violence as well as a broad spectrum of programming targeted toward women. Now living in Los Angeles with her husband and daughter, she remains entrenched in the entertainment industry.