If you're looking for a fun read, Work for Hire by author Margo Karasek does just the trick. A quirky humor novel about a law school student named Tekla who is desperately trying to come up cash to pay for school. With a dash of romance, some delightful surprises, and a story that will put a smile on your face, you really can't go wrong with this one!
Name: Work for Hire
Rating: 4.2 stars over 25 reviews
Description: Tekla’s law school career couldn’t be any better. She has top grades. She’s on Law Review. She’s a frontrunner in a mock oral argument with a sweet prize: a judicial clerkship. One problem, though: Tekla has no more money to pay for school. She needs a part-time job. Fast.
Luckily, her roommate has just the solution: help two uber-wealthy prep school teens, the twin son and daughter of a billionaire Wall Street short-seller and a world-renowned model turned fashion photographer, with their schoolwork, and earn $150 an hour. Plus, enjoy an additional perk on the job, in the form of a gorgeous photo assistant who happens to have his eye on Tekla.
Well, not so much. Within days, Tekla’s job begins to unravel. In a world of super-wealth and high fashion, Tekla finds herself surrounded by a peculiar cast of players: two teens whose self-destructive behavior becomes ever more erratic, a father whose ambitions for his son constantly test Tekla’s notions of what is fair and ethical and what is cheating, a mother whose emotional negligence borders on abuse, and a gorgeous man who may or may not be what he appears.
As Tekla struggles to hold onto a job that takes more time and energy than she ever anticipated, her own school life begins to suffer. She makes an enemy of a professor who seems to want nothing more than to bring her down. And he’s succeeding. Soon Tekla’s life is a paradox: without her high paying part-time job, she can’t afford law school; but with it, she’ll surely flunk out of school.
Reviews: "I've read hundreds of kindle books from amazon, and this is the first book for which I have written a review. Work for Hire was intelligent, quirky, and fun. It was thought-provoking, and I highly recommend it. The ending will leave you waiting anxiously for the author's next book."
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