Shadows Steal the Light

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ISBN: 978-1-926931-34-0

Rock star Colin Dunlow runs into sultry jazz singer, Jenna Lindstrom, and it’s love at first sight… with a few complications; the woman of his dreams hates rockers and there’s someone who wants him dead.

Read an excerpt here.

Mini-synopsis: Colin Dunlow is caught in a web of alcoholism precipitated by his skyrocketing fame as lead singer of the world’s hottest hard rock group, Dumbarton. When he bumps into legal activist and sultry jazz singer, Jenna Lindstrom, he’s no idea what’s in store. How can he maintain his newfound sobriety whilst navigating a comeback and investigate who might want him dead? All of this and he has an AA sponsor who won’t allow him any serious relationship, not if he wants to live. What’s a rocker to do? Especially when the woman of his dreams hates rock and roll.

“I loved the evocative descriptions in this novel. The metaphors showing scenery, emotions, feelings are interwoven so seamlessly into the story, that you are caught up like a fish in a net, never to be let go. London is a gifted writer, & I hope to see more of her work.” – The Pen & Muse

“Ms. London has a knack for truly launching the reader into the English lifestyle, complete with jargon, mannerisms, and charm.” ~ entire review by Suzie Q at The Romance Studio

“I really liked this one. And maybe it was because some of the plot points hit pretty close to home (no, I don’t think anyone has ever tried to kill me), but I thought that Christine London did a remarkable job with capturing the intricacies of emotional turmoil and struggle. Her characters were very real to me, and I imagine that if she weren’t fictional, Jenna and I would be great friends. There is also a very good chance that I would hang out in an alley behind a venue in order to track down Colin and beg for a picture.” ~ entire review by Laura at onehundredromances.blogspot.com

 Cover by Delilah Stephans, for Muse Publishing

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