Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Review Opp-The Song Trilogy: Sex, Drugs and Rock 'n' Romance

The Song Trilogy: Sex, Drugs and Rock 'n' Romance

BOSTON - August 16, 2010 - Program Pandora with some of your favorite 1980s divas, then dive into The Song Trilogy for a riveting tour of sex, drugs, and rock'n'roll. Jan Bornstein's three hot romance novels weave the turbulent public and private lives-and passionate love-of rock stars Jenna Bradford and Scott Tenny into a highly charged tale guaranteed to provide reader satisfaction.

The Song Trilogy spans five years in the lives of the charismatic Jenna and Scott as they struggle for their love in a world where every wink, smile, and personal tragedy is chronicled by paparazzi. In Beyond Beautiful, Sweet Emotions, and Deuces Are Wild, the lovers overcome numerous obstacles, including abuse, betrayal, blackmail, and a heart wrenching separation, to attain ecstasy and love. Author Jan Bornstein is a registered nurse, with degrees in psychology from Bridgewater State College and nursing from UMass Boston. Drawing on her experience as a musician, singer, and former rock band manager, she mixes the real-life rocker details of Boston's South Shore music scene with the hot licks and riffs of good romance.

Beyond Beautiful, Book One (Back Channel Press, ISBN 13: 978-0-9767590-6, $13.95, paperback);

Sweet Emotions, Book Two (Back Channel Press, ISBN 13: 978-1-934582-05-3, $13.95, paperback);

Deuces Are Wild, Book Three (Back Channel Press, ISBN 13: 978-1-934582-09-1, $13.95, paperback, 2009).

Note: Review copies of these books are available by emailing ops@bostickcommunications.com

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