Rock n’ Roll Girlfriend: A Rock Star Romance (Everglade)

| May 6, 2014

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Rock n' Roll Girlfriend: A Rock Star Romance (Everglade)

“You know I don’t date musicians – they’re all maniacs and divas. Especially rock musicians. They think women belong on the hoods of cars or halfway up poles…”

Women’s Studies minor Everglade knows that rock and roll is a man’s world, a macho guitar-wielding world where men are men and women are cherry pie. It’s a logical enough conclusion when your mother is paparazzi-friendly trainwreck Kiersten Rowe, a ‘professional rock and roll girlfriend’ who’s made up for her twenty year dearth of hits by hopping from one ageing rock star to another like an opportunistic frog in a celebrity lily pond.

It’s a lifestyle that her daughter has gone out of her way to avoid, but when her mother’s latest machinations are cut short by the sudden death of an old friend from school, Everglade finds herself back in L.A. and back in the life of her high school conquest Paul ‘Scoob’ Skubizewski.

Scoob has come a long way in the last five years. He’s no longer the nerd she knew in high school. He’s grown up, filled out and won’t stop calling.

The only trouble is that he’s the lead guitarist of The Dilletantes, and this little rock band’s star is rising rapidly. Everglade knows it’s only a matter of time before Scoob’s off on the road and into trouble, especially after the band acquire a replacement lead singer in the shape of Jules, an out-of-work British actor who has been hanging around Hollywood in the hope that he will eventually grow up to be Patrick Stewart.

It’s trouble Everglade doesn’t exactly need, especially since her stalker got out of prison and her mother’s latest stunt involves hiring private detectives to follow her, but it’s becoming all too clear that Scoob’s brand of rock and roll lunacy is actually one of the few sane aspects of her continually crazy life. Is she doomed to turn into her mother and become just another rock and roll girlfriend?

Rude, lewd, and raunchy, Rock and Roll Girlfriend takes the rock and roll lifestyle and turns it up to eleven. This is not for the faint-hearted!

‘Rock and Roll Girlfriend’ is the first part of a series of three novels about Everglade Scott, a popular character from Jessica Pine’s previous novel ‘Held’.

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