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King Trevor (The Trevolution Book 3) [Kindle Edition]

Susan Helene Gottfried
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Book Description

The aftermath of his onstage collapse has taken its toll on Trevor Wolff. He’s become a virtual shut-in, dependent on the people around him to help in his healing. To make matters worse, he might have hung up his bass for good.

This is not the Trevor Wolff way.

When Mitchell hatches a plan to turn Trevor into the official King of ShapeShifter, it sounds like bunk. However, when Mitchell finds the perfect building to repurpose, the Big Idiot hires the best architect around—the brother-in-law he’s never met. Trevor can’t help but smell secrets that awaken the person he used to be.

After all, there’s nothing Trevor Wolff likes more than intrigue—except maybe a chance to square off against his arch-nemesis: Mitchell’s wife, Kerri.

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About the Author

Susan Helene Gottfried is the author of ShapeShifter: The Demo Tapes — Year 1, ShapeShifter: The Demo Tapes — Year 2, Trevor’s Song, and ShapeShifter: The Demo Tapes — Year 3. She can be found online at, where you can find The Meet and Greet, among other goodies. A tone-deaf rocker-at-heart, Susan worked in retail record stores, in radio stations, as stage crew, and as a promoter while earning two college degrees in creative writing. Susan walked away from a continued career in the music industry in order to write books, so it makes sense that most of her fiction revolves around rock bands. Once you get those record stores, radio stations, and fellow roadies and promoters under your skin, they never leave. To fill her time, Susan takes on freelance editing work from various clients.

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  • File Size: 579 KB
  • Print Length: 272 pages
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  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007SPK27G
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Fun and Entertaining Read! August 24, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition
Join the ShapeShifter band and experience life as a rock star! This book is a perfect combination of rock fiction, mystery, drama and humor. The main focus is on Mitchell, the singer, and his wife Kerri, as Kerri confronts the one secret she's kept from Mitchell. While Trevor is not always the star here, he still manages to remain in the limelight. His role in the band is changing, and so is he. But that change doesn't keep him from being his demanding, narcissistic self!

King Trevor picks up where Trevor's Song, the first ShapeShifter book, left off. If you have yet to meet Trevor, I suggest starting with the first book. While this one could be read as a stand-alone, I think having the background makes for a better reading experience.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Our little Trevor grows up just a bit... July 8, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition
I'm a big fan of the author, Susan, and her work. I've been a little bit of a fan girl of Trevors since before the books even existed and there was just a little blog. I wasn't sure where Susan was going after her first book, Trevor's Song, but was willing to go along for the ride. I ended up being shocked how much Trevor has grown as a person and as a character. Oh, he's still a grade A butthead, but there were moments that we got to see the real him that made me smile. I'm not sure that Trevor could ever totally lose his attitude as that would just be unrealistic.

However, Trevor is almost a secondary character in this book. This books really is about Keri and family relationships. About the elephant in the room that sits there and stares at you while smiling politely at family functions. I have always liked Keri, but my love and appreciation for her, who she is and what she does grew tremendously with this one. This second book of the series also gave us a larger insight into Mitchell and how much he's willing to do for her.

I found Keri's brother, Stevie, however to be one of the single most annoying characters, however. I'm sure he was written that way, but I found myself unable to connect with him and just wanted to punch him. For as much success as he has had, he sure is a whiny spineless sniveling idiot of a man. He was somewhat redeemed, but he'll need some work for me to not hate him. *laughing*

What I enjoy most about Susan's work with Shapeshifter is that it brings me back to my teenage years. The days of hair bands, screeching metal music and hiding in my room from my parents, who just didn't understand.

Recommended for children of the 80's and 90's. Read her first book first though, I think you really do need the background before diving into this one.
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1.0 out of 5 stars what?!!!! November 11, 2012
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loved the first book. just can't figure what this one has to do with? it has hardly anything to do with trevor. the story is boring and quite frankly confusing.
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Susan Helene Gottfried is the author of The Demo Tapes: Year 1, The Demo Tapes: Year 2, Trevor's Song, The Demo Tapes: Year 3, King Trevor, and The Demo Tapes: Year 4 -- six books (and counting) about the fictional band ShapeShifter. The short story, Mannequin, is a stand-alone, but if you're familiar with the band, you may catch a cameo. You can also find me in a few anthologies, where you'll find my greatest diversity as a writer.

A tone-deaf rocker at heart, Susan worked in retail record stores, in radio stations, as stage crew, and as a promoter while earning two college degrees in creative writing.

Drop in at Susan's online world: and stop by the official author's blog, The Meet and Greet. Check out the Rock Fiction book reviews and maybe even become one of the select clients Susan takes on for manuscript editing work.


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