ALL MY MEN ON WALL STREET: A Maine Girl's Story of Manhattan's Glitz and Grind is a true story depicting the heyday era of late-nineties Wall Street and the glory that went with it. Fenton's men - her lovers, confidants, clients, bosses, subordinates, tyrants and victims - comprise this colorful, thought-provoking and always entertaining tale. Fenton's account of working hard, playing hard and falling hard is a tale of limousines, yachts, fat bonus checks, glitz and glamour, tuxedos and ball gowns, corporate jets, joy rides through Rio, spilt champagne, innocence lost, deadlines, yelling, all-nighters, and ulcers. Dazzled by Manhattan's parties, the prestige of her new Wall Street career, and visions of streets paved with gold, Fenton is blind to the more dubious aspects of her job. In the splendor of her success, Fenton grows savvy and confident - a little too confident. She becomes smug and self-absorbed, traits she previously despised. Fenton soon attempts to escape her 'perfect' world through alcohol and trysts with nameless gents. Vomiting alone in her fancy Wall Street office, she reluctantly comes to realize that her have-it-all life is fundamentally lacking. She is given one last chance to make things right.
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Book Description AuthorHouse. PAPERBACK. Book Condition: Very Good. 1418407801 Ex-Library copy with usual stamps and stickers. No writing, highlighting. Some shelf wear and wrinkle on a few pages. Bookseller Inventory # B17011-101