I think it was Entangled who published that box set I didn’t like awhile back, so no real surprise to see they don’t realize that ROCK STAR is two words. See what I mean:
Never fall for a rockstar…
Julian Wheaton views the world through a kaleidoscope of synesthesia, seeing the colors of every sound he hears. His life as an iconic rock guitarist was a stressful psychedelic trip that nearly destroyed him. Now he’s abandoned the rock ’n’ roll lifestyle for the peaceful sanctity of his recording studio, but when fiery Cleo Compton comes to work for him, she brings chaos with her.
Cleo Compton has had her flings with rockstars—and it’s left her wary and bruised. Julian may have those sexy bedroom eyes and drool-worthy tattoos, but Cleo is determined to keep things strictly professional—until Julian turns out to be every dream she’s ever chased. When he risks it all to hit the road with a band again, Cleo fears he’ll return as the one thing she can no longer abide—a rockstar.
And that’s too bad, because this is a cool idea, with the synesthesia. Wendy Mass wrote a great book about synesthesia.
The rest? We’ve seen it. Burned out rocker who locks himself away from the world. Employee who knows she shouldn’t sleep with yet another rocker. But does.
I’d read this for the synesthesia — and yes, I like saying that — alone, but a major publisher making that sort of typo not just once, but three times in the description, plus the mess that box set was…
Well, if a copy falls on me, I’ll read it with an open mind ’cause I’ll probably forget to check the publisher and just remember the synesthesia (one more for the win!), but if it lets me down for the same bad fact checking, all bets are off.