How to Kill a Rock Star
by Tiffanie DeBartolo
This book is chic-lit for the rock n roll girl…
Eliza moves to New York to write for a music mag. She rooms with budding “Rock God” Paul Hudson, the singer and songwriter for Bananafish. Eliza’s brother happens to play bass for Paul’s band, and knows Paul’s history with women. He warns Paul to stay away from his sister. But the roommates are instantly attracted – and a romance ensues.
Filled with sexy, dramatic, edgy situations, Tiffanie Debartolo’s sophomore effort does not disappoint if you’re looking for a quirky romance. Add the realistic look at a young band’s struggle to rise above the evils of the music industry and you feel like you’re inside an episode of VH1’s Behind the Music.
If you like HTKARS, try DeBartolo’s 1st book God-Shaped Hole, which she dedicated to the late, great Jeff Buckley.