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MAN ACCUSED OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT EXPLAINS "HIS VERSION OF THE TRUTH." A senior corporate executive in a failing marriage flirts with a twice-divorced female senior company executive who initially appears to respond to his advances. After a number of romantic dinners, after-hour phone calls, and gifts willingly accepted, two very different realities unfold. The man believ MAN ACCUSED OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT EXPLAINS "HIS VERSION OF THE TRUTH." A senior corporate executive in a failing marriage flirts with a twice-divorced female senior company executive who initially appears to respond to his advances. After a number of romantic dinners, after-hour phone calls, and gifts willingly accepted, two very different realities unfold. The man believes he is well on the way to a promiscuous affair. The woman, under financial pressure from her demanding children and their father, a man with a drug dependency, envisions a large insurance payoff to silence her formal sexual harassment suit. Soon, the harassment claim turns into a "she said-he said" survival of the fittest which the reader witnesses up-close and personal. In the end, there are surprising consequences for both the accuser and the accused, and unimagined collateral damage to the all the unwillingly participants drawn into the tawdry affair.


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MAN ACCUSED OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT EXPLAINS "HIS VERSION OF THE TRUTH." A senior corporate executive in a failing marriage flirts with a twice-divorced female senior company executive who initially appears to respond to his advances. After a number of romantic dinners, after-hour phone calls, and gifts willingly accepted, two very different realities unfold. The man believ MAN ACCUSED OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT EXPLAINS "HIS VERSION OF THE TRUTH." A senior corporate executive in a failing marriage flirts with a twice-divorced female senior company executive who initially appears to respond to his advances. After a number of romantic dinners, after-hour phone calls, and gifts willingly accepted, two very different realities unfold. The man believes he is well on the way to a promiscuous affair. The woman, under financial pressure from her demanding children and their father, a man with a drug dependency, envisions a large insurance payoff to silence her formal sexual harassment suit. Soon, the harassment claim turns into a "she said-he said" survival of the fittest which the reader witnesses up-close and personal. In the end, there are surprising consequences for both the accuser and the accused, and unimagined collateral damage to the all the unwillingly participants drawn into the tawdry affair.

12 review for She Said. He Said.

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Bone

    M.G. Crisci spins a tale of mystery suspense that could be pulled of the national news. Dawson Craft CEO of American Financial Associates receives a letter from Alexandra Plummet with one purpose in mind to lodge a formal complaint against the Senior Vice President Martin Ruff of making physical and emotional acts of sexual harassment. Alexandra says it is sexual harassment, Martin says it was an affair and he should have not done it. This she said, he said thriller is a no one wins story and th M.G. Crisci spins a tale of mystery suspense that could be pulled of the national news. Dawson Craft CEO of American Financial Associates receives a letter from Alexandra Plummet with one purpose in mind to lodge a formal complaint against the Senior Vice President Martin Ruff of making physical and emotional acts of sexual harassment. Alexandra says it is sexual harassment, Martin says it was an affair and he should have not done it. This she said, he said thriller is a no one wins story and they both lose it all. M.G with his larger than life characters and realistic storyline he makes you wonder if this time that truth and fiction are not just the same stories. I was impressed by M.G writing style and how his characters jump off the page in a way that you feel they are speaking with you in person speaking o you so you understand the story they trying to share. What I found most compelling about this book is how he was able to write from both points of view without showing preference, this takes a great amount of talent for a writer to write in a way to disconnect himself from the story as he is listening to the story of his characters as he types what they tell him unlike other authors are sharing what they want the character to share. I enjoyed this book tremendously and I am glad I sat down to read this little jewel.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Catherine Lugo

    I liked She Said. He Said. and M.G. Crisci's style of writing. The book gives a good look into the corporate world and how it operates. The characters in the book are well developed, and the intricate plot of the book kept me reading. Many pertinent issues of our day are addressed; I think that's a big part of what makes the book enjoyable. A major theme in the book is sexual harassment and I couldn't help thinking of how this phenomenon has caused heartache to so many people; I empathized with I liked She Said. He Said. and M.G. Crisci's style of writing. The book gives a good look into the corporate world and how it operates. The characters in the book are well developed, and the intricate plot of the book kept me reading. Many pertinent issues of our day are addressed; I think that's a big part of what makes the book enjoyable. A major theme in the book is sexual harassment and I couldn't help thinking of how this phenomenon has caused heartache to so many people; I empathized with Martin Ruff when it happened to him. Since M.G. Crisci is a former Fortune 500 exec, he absolutely knows the pitfalls of the corporate world; his insider knowledge adds authenticity to the book. The book has suspense, it has mystery, it has believable characters and it's a good read. She Said. He Said. is a story taken out of everyday life in America; I think anyone who enjoys suspense and reading about American life in the 21st Century will dig this book.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Amy Shannon

    A unique "romance" story Crisci pens a unique romance story in She Said. He Said, as it is more intriguing, and quite a thriller. I've read Crisci's work before, and this is my favorite. Crisci definitely develops his characters, giving them a great chemistry and a connection that is far more than it sounds. This story delves into the corporate world, with the dare I say "trend" of sexual harassment, however, it does not quite play out as expected. The characters, especially Martin. He was a very A unique "romance" story Crisci pens a unique romance story in She Said. He Said, as it is more intriguing, and quite a thriller. I've read Crisci's work before, and this is my favorite. Crisci definitely develops his characters, giving them a great chemistry and a connection that is far more than it sounds. This story delves into the corporate world, with the dare I say "trend" of sexual harassment, however, it does not quite play out as expected. The characters, especially Martin. He was a very human character, put in an uncomfortable situation, to say the least, and had to figure out how to deal with it. She Said. He Said is a book that is entertaining, and enjoyable, and thought-provoking. I liked the way the chapters gave insight into what was about to happen. This is a good story, so much more than I predicted. I look forward to reading more by this author.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Krista

    Was it an affair or sexual harassment? In She Said. He Said. you get both sides of the story. The story, written in both POVs, was interesting. Martin had everything. Wife, two sons, perfect job, money. Until Alexandra steps into the picture. You get to the know the characters very well. I did find myself skimming over the details of his partners lives. For me, their backstory wasn't needed for Martin's story so I found myself skipping over it. The story gives an interesting look into the busine Was it an affair or sexual harassment? In She Said. He Said. you get both sides of the story. The story, written in both POVs, was interesting. Martin had everything. Wife, two sons, perfect job, money. Until Alexandra steps into the picture. You get to the know the characters very well. I did find myself skimming over the details of his partners lives. For me, their backstory wasn't needed for Martin's story so I found myself skipping over it. The story gives an interesting look into the business world and how they deal sexual harassment and the fallout that happens at home.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Bev

    She said. He said is a book with the man explaining 'his version' of the truth. I found the characters to be quite believable and I am sure this type of thing has gone on at something, especially in this day and age. I personally could see 'both' sides, but if I were to take a side, I would probably side with the man on this one. Nobody wins in this book. Great storyline. I enjoyed this book very much. I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of this book from Hidden Gems. She said. He said is a book with the man explaining 'his version' of the truth. I found the characters to be quite believable and I am sure this type of thing has gone on at something, especially in this day and age. I personally could see 'both' sides, but if I were to take a side, I would probably side with the man on this one. Nobody wins in this book. Great storyline. I enjoyed this book very much. I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of this book from Hidden Gems.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kerry Slover

    Intro was really good and hooks you, but next few chapters were really uninteresting and I had forgotten what I was even reading.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

  8. 5 out of 5

    Gia

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ariana R

  10. 4 out of 5

    TamaraLynne Stewart

  11. 5 out of 5

    Julianne

  12. 4 out of 5

    M.G. Crisci

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