Faced with the impending death of his best friend, Geoff Morris wonders if there is life beyond rock and roll. Through the highs and lows of his band, his dead-end job, his frustration with his lack of direction and inspiration, he rediscovers an old friend from college. Emily Amherst is grateful for Geoff’s assistance in recovering from a personal disaster and rewards him by awakening a passion that has lain dormant within him since he moved to LA, away from family and friends, to pursue his career as a rock superstar. But is their budding relationship enough to weather the trials of an internet romance and continual, unceasing personal tragedy?
“I love the originality of this book. Co-authors Gansky and Morrison keep it real. Rocker Geoff and wallflower Emily communicate daily through emails even if they’ve spent time together. And their time together is as well-written and true to life as their cyber romance. All the characters are well-developed and believable. If you’re a fan of rock & roll you’ll love their story. Even if you don’t know the first thing about rock bands you’ll find yourself hooked on the story. It’s not just about music or romance, there is so much more. Both Geoff and Emily discover truths about themselves relatable for readers. The romance echoes old fashion love letters without the stamps. Where deeper things are shared without interruption. Those revelations grow the relationship. The spiritual element is subtle yet powerful and when I reach the end, I felt these two will truly have a happily-ever-after despite the rock world that surrounds them.” –Cindy Huff
“Unique telling and unique voices will immerse you in this rock and roll world where the struggle to make art and pay the bills and have the family is at the heart of a modern day romance. But it’s so much more than just a great love story. Once again, Gansky gives us raw emotions wrapped in beautiful language, propelling this romance into a work of literary art. Morrison, writing in the voice of the female protagonist, brings a softer edge to this heavy story, reminding us all how precious, how rare true love really is.” –Lindsey Brackett
“Heart’s Song is beautifully written. Aaron Gansky and Kaye Morrison do an amazing job of blending writing styles and creating a romance that is not your typical romance. The world of rock and the world of romance blend together into a delightful, very “today” story of love, hate, searching, hope, and forgiveness. Don’t miss reading this unique story.” –Norma Gail