Friday, January 18, 2013

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This has been on my TBR list for a while now!!! Amazon has it FOR FREE right now!!! Go... 1-Click ladies!!! NOW!!! :))

Put on some Zeppelin, pour yourself a glass of Tang, and get ready for some hot sex, drugs and rock n' roll in this thrilling paranormal romance...

It’s the summer of 1974 and 21-year old Dawn Emerson has only three things she wants to do: compete one last time in the Ellensburg Rodeo, win back her ex-boyfriend Ryan, and become the best damn music journalist at Central Washington University. But all her plans are left in the dust when she’s contacted by Creem magazine to go on the road with one of her favorite groups, the up-and-coming metal band, Hybrid.

At first the assignment reads like a dream come true. Not only will Dawn land some much-needed credibility as a female music journalist, but she’ll finally get to experience life from the other side of the stage, and maybe crack the drunken, enigmatic code that is guitarist Sage Knightly. Instead, Dawn finds herself on an aging tour bus filled with ego-maniacs, band politics and a whole lot of sex, drugs and rock n’ roll. When monsters start showing up in dressing rooms and some of Sage’s groupies become increasingly strange and dangerous, Dawn discovers the band is not only going places – they’re going straight to Hell.

And Dawn has a backstage pass.

*** The Devil's Metal is a new adult novel and features coarse language and scenes of a graphic and sexual nature. Rated R. ***

5 stars "One wild ass ride! Great story with heat, action, drugs and ROCK N ROLL!" - Supa Gurl Books

5 stars "Halle is one of my favorite authors. The easy way with which she creates likable, genuine characters that are woven into a plot that is highly entertaining will always have me coming back for more" - Sinfully Delicious Book Reviews

1 comment:

  1. This is a book I read and enjoyed! The premise is the indicative cliche (which I happen to LOVE): Bad Boy Rock Star falls in love with naive, innocent girl.... BUT, the paranormal twist keeps it interesting and mysterious. This was an anxiety ridden page turner, in fact, some parts were actually kind of scary! I am looking forward to the sequel, and have no clue when it should be released. The setting being 1974 does not seem contrived at all... it's a "FAR-OUT" read.
    ---Lidija Fleitz