It’s 1979, the lead guitarist of The Wide Eyed Boys, Eddie Allbright, and his supergroupie model wife, Lissy Ellery are one of the most famous and glamorous rock couples in the world. From the outside, their life looks like a dream, but behind closed doors too many drugs, too many affairs and too much black magic is creating a recipe that will either save them, or destroy them.
An intimate look into the hedonistic life of a seventies rock band and their groupies, Rainbow Girl is for everyone who has ever wondered what it was really like to be with the band.
A stand alone, set in the world of Jane Green’s newest novel, Sister Stardust, Rainbow Girl mixes the glamor of The Rolling Stones with the partying of Studio 54, but can anything stop this marriage ending in a bloody, final mess.
Jane Green is the Author of twenty one novels, including eighteen New York Times Bestsellers, one cookbook, and various short stories. She is published in over 25 languages, and has over ten million books in print worldwide.
She has been part of the ABC News team covering royal weddings, has had her own radio show on BBC Radio London, and has made regular appearances on TV and radio.
She contributes to a number of newspapers and magazines, and is a graduate of the International Culinary Institute in New York. Green is an avid cook, amateur decorator, and passionate gardener. She is also a regular storyteller for The Moth. Her first story for The Moth, Greener Grass, was video taped and subsequently went viral on Facebook, with over three million views.
A resident of Westport, Connecticut, she lives there with her husband and a small menagerie of animals.