Tiffanie Debartolo – How to Kill a Rock Star


Great romance book for those who have very high standards of rock music appreciation.  Paul and Eliza share a taste for music that bashes pop music and only favors songs that include quality lyrics and genius musicality.  The story was very unexpected.  I almost felt like it was elevating music to the level of literal passion in Gabriel’s Inferno by Sylvain Reynard when the author mentioned a love of the Botticelli paintings in Uffizi.  I originally had anticipated a hot, sex, drugs, and rock and roll novel.  The story was more gut wrenching than sinfully sexy.  Even after reading the HEA, the painful heart break stuck with me for days.  For that reason, I recommend this book. Good or bad, sometimes you just need a book to tap into deep feelings.

Screen Shot 2014-10-22 at 8.55.28 AM to Tiffanie Debartolo!

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