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"Book Review of/" Rock Angel by Jeanne Bogio







Title: Rock Angel
Author: Jeanne Bognio
Year: ©2014
My Rating: ☆☆☆☆
Pages: 400
Genre: New Adult
Format: Paperback
Sources: Booksparks
Publisher: Prashanti Press











           "Synopsis"


Shan is young, beautiful, talented, and addicted to heroin in Rock Angel, a novel that follows her meteoric rise to guitar goddess stardom in the 90s. She is discovered in New York by a handsome, arrogant musical genius named Quinn, and sparks fly between them when he hires her as lead guitarist of his band. Although Quinn is accustomed to bedding a different groupie every night, he can t ignore his deepening feelings for his new bandmate.
From gritty Greenwich Village clubs to L.A. s Troubadour; gigging and touring the country to the cover of Rolling StoneRock Angel is infused with the passionate music and intense sexual chemistry of Shan and Quinn. Shan must work out her personal demons and learn to trust Quinn enough to love him, but still remain true to the music that has always been her salvation.

  
                  "My Thoughts"

This book really spoke to me. The concept of the book "Wowed" me. My favorite character is Shan.She has such an amazing personality, and I think people would love to look up to her for who she is. I liked that music was a major part of this novel because music is huge part of my life and that's what got my whole attention. It made me look deeper and I loved it. I also like how Quinn fit's with the book because is character was annoying or not importanat. This book made me laugh and smile for its true purpose and the message its sends to us reader. What can I say but the writing style is amazing along with the captivation story line. It's a well thought out book and its shows that hard work and dedications is put in here. 


          "Jeanne Bogio"


By day, Jeanne Bogino is director of a small but busy library in rural New York. By night, she writes at her western Massachusetts homestead. She has published short horror, fantasy, romance, memoir, and gay fiction, and is a regular contributor at Library Journal, where she was named 2011 s fiction reviewer of the year. An expert on zombie lit and horror films, Jeanne has published articles and appeared on panels devoted to these subjects. Rock Angel is her debut novel with Prashanti Press.

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