Working for Stanhope and Sons on Wall Street seems like the dream job for Sara as she will finally be able to take care of her parents. But working on Wall Street isn’t easy, especially when you feel shut out most of the time by your team. But she’s going to make the best of it, she needs to as her father’s bills are mounting.
Told in alternating viewpoints of Sara’s past and the present with the team in an elevator, The Escape Room tells the story of the cutthroat world of Wall Street, and the lengths some people go to keep their secrets buried.
No one wants to be stuck in an elevator (I’ve had it happen, and it sucks), especially under these conditions. You get an inside look at what really happens in big companies such as this. The characters are great, each of them especially unique in either how good or evil they really are. I found that once I started reading I didn’t want to put the book down. A clever story and a fun read.