Welcome to the weird and wondrous world of the Human Corporation. It's a world where the color of the shirt you wear can cause your stock price to rise or plummet . . . where an entire Board of Directors has been hired to make all of your decisions for you, from what brand of toothpaste you use, to when you lose your virginity, to who you will marry . . . where no one in the world is more important to you than your investors.
Admittedly, it's a strange place to grow up. But it's the only world that Harley Abel and Madison Cain know; and they are happy here . . . most of the time.
Then, Harley and Madison fall in love, which, of course changes everything . . .
Me and You, Inc. is a modern-day allegory, filled with mergers and acquisitions, love, lust and greed. In short, it is the romance novel Corporate America doesn't want you to read . . .
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About the Author
Julie received a B.A. in Journalism, with a concentration in Broadcast, from the Pennsylvania State University, summa cum laude, graduating first in her major, with minors in both Psychology and Law and Liberal Arts. She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Julie went on to receive her Juris Doctor from the George Washington University Law School, where she received a merit scholarship and was selected and served as a Legal Research and Writing Fellow for two years. Julie currently resides in Hoboken, New Jersey with her adorable cat, Piglet.
In addition to Me and You, Inc., Ms. Kushner has authored four other novels: Life Sucks, Death Bites, Hollywood Warlock, InGENEious, and Comeuppancce. She also writes the blog, TV Recappers Anonymous, which, since its inception in January 2010, has received upwards of 5 million hits, and is read in over 30 different countries. TV Recappers Anonymous can be found at the following web address:
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Such a cool idea! Imagine trading and investing in celebrities on the stock market! It's the world we are fast approaching, where a famous face is nothing more than a vehicle for advertising dollars, ticket sales and product endorsement. Well written, insightful, romantic, and most of all fun. Me and You Inc. is our future, for sure, so you might as well read it now, to figure out how to take the best advantage of it.