A journalist with a deadline,

A rock star with an agenda,

And a mansion with a deadly secret.





He’s a journalist at the height of his career, interviewing the world’s most famous talents for the world’s biggest magazine.


Then she happened.


A year later, he’s at rock bottom. No celebrity interviews, no awards, no career. . . until Bradley Morgan, rock star elite, comes along.


But this gig isn’t routine. It means a month long stay at Morgan’s isolated, and foundationally unstable, mansion. It also means Morgan gets to approve or reject the article before publication.


The catch?


Morgan is a maniac and a perfectionist, freewheeling and restrained, a living contradiction with a lot of power.


And he really wants the world to get him.






Praise for SJ Duncan!

"Morgan is a very believable iconic rockstar. . . Secondary characters are just as well developed and are an integral part of setting the story's mood. . .Bash perfectly portrays celebrity life, journalists, and the oftentimes ugly mix of the two. I highly recommend to anyone who loves reading fictional (real) celebrity life and famous characters. Strawberry jam!" -- Rock Bangs


"Maybe I shouldn't have read the whole thing pretty much straight through. . . but I couldn't stop. Didn't want to stop. . . it was that emotional impact, that beautifully done bleeding soul laid bare." - Praise for SJ Duncan's The Long Dark Lonesome, Christine Morgan, The Horror Fiction Review