When Robbie is delegated onto Annie and Cat’s project to run a public songwriting contest, he’s convinced he’ll connect romantically with Annie, a single mother on the verge of relaunching her singing career. Annie is furious, and Cat terrifies Robbie.
Yet the professional and relationship mayhem at Merger Music runs deeper than the contest chaos.
Annie’s ex-lover, and still legally her manager, reappears after nine years and demands joint custody of their eight-year-old son. Cat’s volunteer work is financially and emotionally draining. How much can her heart bleed for others before someone bleeds for her? Robbie’s going to be the hottest manager of rock stars in Australia, if he can just navigate through a negative minefield: his family. And their CEO’s weakness for starlets creates a scandal that threatens to destroy everything they’re all working for.
Can you find your true self, let alone love, in a business built on sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ lies?
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This story hooked me like a great song and I can’t get bits of it out of my head. Every time I felt like slapping Annie, Cat, or Robbie for their dumb behaviour, they pivot in a way that surprised and endeared me more. Much deeper than an edgy contemporary romance, More Text Than Sex is a slow dance with the very soul of music. Tania Doko, award-winning singer/songwriter.
I’m often consumed by the story within a song, what a treat to dive into the song within this insatiable story. Jim Shomos is a literary rock star! Marcelle, Singer/Songwriter
Amazing, interesting and insightful don’t even begin to describe the depth of emotion contained within these pages. Jim Shomos paints the most colourful of characters with layers of complexity rarely seen in modern novels. I could not put this book down until I'd devoured the pages. It's still on my nightstand because I didn’t want it to end. Michele 5*
I loved Cat, Annie, and Robbie's story. The subplots all tie in well. There's lots of emotion, sass and sarcasm, making this very entertaining. This book needs a sequel. Lori 5*