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Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Blog Tour: Real Time by Jeanine Binder



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Real Time

By-  Jeanine Binder

Age Group/Genre- Romance 16 +



Twenty-five years of fame comes at a price for Nick, leaving him hard—a machine to produce nothing but his music. True to his British upbringing, he’s very set in his ways. Things are just as he wants them—no deviance.



In steps Kate—a studio musician who, by a strange twist, manages to get hired into his band. Everything starts out with the boundaries firmly placed, and it doesn’t take long for Nick to realize she’s going to change his world. To his surprise, he’s the one who is attracted to her first. She gets under his skin. 



Living by the creed that letting people close gets you hurt, Nick stays driven in his commitments. He is a musician, first and foremost, but a turn of events leads him to investing in the recording company who produces his music. Can he handle this new venture, his music, and keep the woman he now loves?



   



Character Bios-



Nick Marshall - 45 years old, blond, 6’4, British.  Started playing music in clubs in London when he was 16.  Was discovered when he was 20.  One failed marriage early on which set the next 20 years for him to be driven to his music, forsaking any personal relationships.  Relationship with his family was bad except for his mother -



Kate Thomas - 32 years old, red hair, 5’9.  Kate was an aspiring pianist until an accident breaking her hand shattered her career.  After a failed marriage, she moved back home with her parents and worked as a studio musician.  Just for the experience, she auditions for a position as a keyboard player in Nick’s band - surprised when she gets the job.




 About the Author-
Jeanine Binder grew up in a small town in California on the outskirts of Palm Springs, where the Hollywood celebrities liked to vacation. After thirty years, she packed up, moved to Arkansas where she still lives today. Writing has always been a passion and hoping the next twenty years will bring many enjoyable books for others to read.







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