DANCEHALL artiste D’Angel has penned a novel entitled, Love Triangle. It is set for release in late February.
Love Triangle is the first of a two-book deal between the artiste and Pageturner Publishing House. The other publication, Break Free, a tell-all autobiographical effort, should be released at year end.
Love Triangle is about three fictional characters Dylan, Brandy and Malcolm. Three different individuals from different walks and realities.
And, according to D’Angel, whose real name is Michelle Downer, she is excited about the project.
“This effort just tells a story that is designed for adults, so I am excited about it, and trust me, I can’t wait to hear what my critics have to say this time around,” she said.
Publishing house Pageturner’s Karl Larmond describes the book as “interestingly pulsating with adult content about adult subject matter.”
“I mean, let’s be real. This is not a kiddies story. This is a story for a mature audience. It’s not porn, soft or hard. We could call it dancehall with a soca undertone,” Larmond said.
D’Angel said she is confidence of the book’s success at the stands.
“I know I did a great job. I’m sure my fans will love it, but it’s still my first book so it’s almost like the first time on stage, it can be a little unnerving,” she said.
The book will be available at all major books stores islandwide.