by Thomas J. Neviaser

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In an attempt to bring his fast food company back to the heights of success it previously enjoyed, a CEO wants to change his company's image to include a healthy food venue.

The use of a sophisticated and beautiful model and two youthful computer nerds leads to a most intriguing and ingenious 3D advertisement incorporating a subtle motion component to entice viewers to concentrate on the company's message: The Ultimate Advertisement!

Of course, there are antagonists who are trying to sabotage the efforts of the company, but these attempts are thwarted through the devious maneuverings of the computer wizards.

The model's temper leads to revenge when her suggestions for the ad are repeatedly rejected by the CEO and board members, and she secretly uses her sensuality and paranormal skills to telepathically force the creators of the ad to produce additional ads to include unhealthy food images such as burgers and fries. She invents an alter-ego to serve as a replacement for herself in these ads; however, there is one component missing. To finalize her ad, there is a need to add a man. To find that person, the alter-ego must leave the ad, become a human image, and succeed in seducing such a man.

Her nefarious plan infatuates an unsuspecting blue collar subway rider, Bobby Fastow, into becoming a contrasting figure in her version of the company's advertisement. He soon realizes that advertising is not as glamorous as expected, and he becomes emotionally involved in a situation from which he may never escape.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780976018537
Publisher: Thomas Neviaser
Publication date: 06/11/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 298
File size: 800 KB

About the Author

A retired orthopedic surgeon who has traded in his knife for a word processor. Dr. Neviaser has authored over 40 peer reviewed medical articles, several chapters in orthopedic text books, and participated in multiple national and international conferences and seminars. Since retiring, he was written one novel, three non-fiction works, and has finished his first draft of his second novel to be published in 2018. He is a columnist for the Culpeper Times, former columnist for the Culpeper Star-Exponent, blogger, and speaker.

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