She, who always seems so happy in a crowd. Whose eyes can be so private and so proud. No one's allowed to see them when they cry. She, maybe the love that cannot hope to last. May come to me from shadows of the past. That I'll remember till the day I die. - Elvis Costello "She"
You know, I wish that I had Jessie's girl, I wish that I had Jessie's girl I want Jessie's girl, Where can I find a woman like that, like Jessie's girl, I wish that I had Jessie's girl, I want, I want Jessie's girl
The day she accepted the position as the Vice President of Marketing/Public Relations at Shinetime Entertainment, Emily Clarkson knew she was now running the biggest public relations firm in the country. The company handled thousands of actors/actresses and musicians, some of the biggest names in the business. She was ecstatic to have the job but some of the horror stories she has heard of these ‘celebrities' throwing tantrums like a five year olds were not going to sit well with her. If they wanted to act like a child, she was going to treat them like one.
Little did Emily know that there was someone that was going to change her entire world, someone she least suspected. Someone she thought she would never cross paths with. Someone that makes her see life in a new way.
Could someone that she didn't know come into her life and change her every way of life? Could this stranger be the one thing she really needed in life? Or would the stubborn part of her continue living life the way she has for twenty nine years.
They're roommates. They have nothing in common besides a mutual friend and a strong dislike for each other, that is. They both are given a proposition, and neither one knows that the other is taking on that challenge, a challenge that includes the other in some way. And so it is—he thinks the joke is on her, and she thinks the joke is on him. Both are right, but will both win?