An explosive new tell-all book to be released by Marvin Gaye's Ex-Wife The late great Marvin Gaye's ex-wife, Jan Gaye, wrote an autobiography titled, After The Dance: My Life With Marvin Gaye. The book is scheduled to be released shortly by Amistad Books, which is an imprint of Harper Collins Publishers. The autobiography details sexual deviant behavior, drugs, and anxiety and the tumultuous love affair they shared starting when she was just seventeen years old. In many states, 17-year-old is considered a minor. Jan Gaye also describes sexual interactions with Marvin Gaye's celebrity friends that include Frankie Beverly and Ryan O'Neal that Marvin orchestrated and condoned. This tell-all is being released directly following the settlement of the hit song, Blurred Lines, by Robin Thicke and produced by Pharell Williams which was a basic remake of Gaye's Got to Give it Up, where Jan Gaye sang background vocals. According to reports, Jan Gaye and her family received 7.3 million dollars in the copyright lawsuit. So why is there a need for a tell-all book?