Siren’s Wave by J.A. Hazel is a slow-build, dark rock romance. A realistic opposites attract tale of a sexy muso saved from his tramatic past by the love a reluctant girl. It features subtle mythological symbology and poetic dream sequences provide clues to a childhood trauma. Perfect for readers seeking something different. Enjoy!
Siren’s Wave: (A Rock and Roll Love Story)
by J.A. Hazel
Genre: Health, Fitness & Dieting | Humor & Entertainment | Arts & Photography | Literary Fiction | Parenting & Relationships | Romance
A damaged, up-and-coming rock star doesn’t know what love is. Even when it smacks him in the face. Twice. When he falls hard for a girl who’s determined to resist him, what else can he do but break apart?
Dark forests, rogue waves, and pinned, brittle dragonflies. Someone’s having nightmares. But who?
Sizzling-hot New York rocker, Bran, is sure of just two things in life. You can’t rely on anyone. And love isn’t real. With music and a wild surf to subdue his demons, he can cope with anything.
Except maybe Ava.
The feisty girl, who works for his Australian record company, is a total pain in the butt. There’s no way she could be the key to overcoming the traumatic past he keeps well-hidden. Or is there?
Contains strong language, drug use, slang, and Australian English spelling. This reflects the author’s experience of working in the Australian music industry.
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