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The Available Tart
     

The Available Tart

by Eugene Roome
 

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The Tinseltown Tarts are a middle-aged, four member, once wildly popular all-female rock 'n' roll band from California. Facing a midlife crisis, Pete follows them on their Midwestern tour. He's keeping his distance, but he's on one of the member's radar...and she's actually available. The book's a fast-paced, humorous, sometimes serious male-perspective "romance"

Overview

The Tinseltown Tarts are a middle-aged, four member, once wildly popular all-female rock 'n' roll band from California. Facing a midlife crisis, Pete follows them on their Midwestern tour. He's keeping his distance, but he's on one of the member's radar...and she's actually available. The book's a fast-paced, humorous, sometimes serious male-perspective "romance" novel with a trashy title and many layers.

Musicians seem to love this book, probably because it accurately depicts their world and delineates the earthquake-like changes which have forever altered it. The Available Tart describes the beauty of the Midwest, lovemaking during a thunderstorm, includes a visit to the Minnesota State Fair and a trout stream valley, briefly touches on the sights of Minneapolis/St. Paul, features a goat, and explains the Dead Raccoon Philosophy of Life. The subject matter includes (tasteful) adult situations (after all, Pete is chasing a rock 'n' roll goddess).

Product Details

BN ID:
2940033047444
Publisher:
Eugene Roome
Publication date:
02/12/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
807,396
File size:
482 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

Eugene Roome grew up in the Midwest and continues to live there. Like other baby boomers, he grew up in an era without cable T.V., cell phones, or the Internet. Consequently, he learned how to entertain himself. Hopefully, his novels are able to entertain others and give them things to think about.

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