Hearts of Metal #3
Boroughs Publishing Group
On Sale: September 26, 2016
Featuring: Shayna Jones; Dante Deity
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Fleeing tragedy and infidelity, twenty-five-year-old
Shayna Jones takes the longest walk of her life—which
ends with her in the protective and possessive arms of
heavy metal music’s hottest commodity, Dante Deity.
HE’S THE BEST THERE IS
Dante Deity is revered by everyone who knows anything
about heavy metal music, and he’s respected by everyone
else. Rich, handsome, and successful, he has a voice like
velvet-wrapped lightning and an ability to juggle
numerous philanthropic ventures and still crank out hits.
When he’s on tour, music is his life. When he’s taking a
break, he’s thinking about his next tour—or working on a
project that helps him forget he’s alone. In front of him
lies his next endeavor.
SHE’S READY TO BE MORE
Shayna Jones is fleeing her past. Tragedy, infidelity,
heartbreak: the twenty-five year old has suffered it all.
She was strong enough to run, however, like a spunky
heroine from one of her novels, and soon she’ll be
flying...just as soon as she can walk again. But this
time she has help. Unlike her abusive ex-husband or her
bullying mother, the man standing before her is
determined she succeed. In fact, Dante commands it. But
while his intensity and generosity can easily win her
heart, to gain her trust a man must first prove she’s
something worth worshiping. Even—or especially—a rock
Hearts of Metal
1 comment posted.
Re: Rock God
Miranda's review of Rock God, the first of Brooklyn Ann's
Hearts Of Metal (HOM) series I have now read, is spot on
in its praise for both the writer and her characters.
Rock God was the first modern romance novel I ever
bought, being someone who rarely read novels or fiction.
I'm a newspaper journalist who has also worked on music
magazines, including a specialist heavy metal/hard rock
one, and discovered the Brooklyn Ann books by a fluke
while searching for music biographies to buy as presents.
Only pages into Rock God I ordered the other books in the
series, as I was so impressed with its accurate portrayal
of the music industry - as well as being completely
hooked on the Dante and Shayna characters!
It is so refreshing that the writer portrays their
relationship - despite his wealth and fame and her
seeming anonymity and poverty - as being that of equals,
two adults dealing with past heartbreak in different ways
and slowly finding fulfillment and happiness together.
Loved the wry humour and role reversals throughout too!
These books, whose characters are interlinked, are as
sweet and addictive as chocolate - but without the
calories. Be warned though: you'll crave more than one!
(Jodi Adams 9:06am January 5, 2017)
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