*I received a free copy of Rock F*ck Club #2 from Selfpublished via Author. This has in no way influenced my voluntary review, which is honest and unbiased *
Warning: This book includes mature content such as: sexual content, and/or drug and/or alcohol use, and/or violence.
Series: Rock F*ck Club #2
Published by Selfpublished on August 4, 2018
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Reading Challenges: 18 Contemporary Romance, 18 COYER Summer, 2018 New Release Challenge
10 cities. 10 famous rock stars f*cked.
Raven Winters has chosen the one rock star she wants to keep. She has completed filming for the Rock F*ck Club. Her season of the reality show is about to debut on the World Media Organization channel. Her once very private sex life is about to become public.
Can her life ever return to normal?
Does she want it to?
And what about the next season of RFC?
Who will be the next star?
Who will be f*cking whom?
Since both Lexxie and I are fans of #girlpower we figured MMankin’s Rock F*ck Club #2 was a great way to kick off our joint venture. We hope y’all enjoy our chat! And keep an eye on our Facebook page today…there might be a giveaway! 😉
B: What did you think about how MMankin presented Rock F*ck Club #2? The end-of-season perspective? The challenges Lucky and Raven were facing and how they were dealing with them?
L: I really found the after-filming to be very interesting. Especially because so much had changed between Lucky and Raven. And her outlook on life and relationships had done a full 180. It was also good to see that while she was worried about many things, she was also kept safe both by Lucky and Marsha.
The after-filming was very interesting. And I felt MMankin did such a great job at keeping things real. The things they were experiencing and feeling were all genuine and realistic. I appreciated that element quite a bit.
How did you feel about the #girlpower/female solidarity element during the story? At the end?
#girlpower for the win! I love stories where female empowerment and solidarity is important, and I felt that Mankin did this extremely well. How she made it so that Raven had more than one woman on her side – how they built each other up. And I also loved that while the women are all different, they have something in common. They were able to be even stronger when they presented themselves as one force.
Ha! I love that. Yes! #girlpower for the win, indeed! I, too, love stories where female empowerment and solidarity are integral, and MMankin did do it well. 🙂 I loved the posse of female characters, all taking each other’s backs. The end shook me a bit though. And that’s all I’m going to say about that. 😉
What was your favorite part?
My favorite part was when Raven had to meet the TV executive. And both Sky and Marsha came with her – plus the assistant – I forget her name. I loved that this is what made the exec see things from a different perspective than her own.
That meeting was a favorite part for me as well. Barbara, the assistant, is a character I’m hoping to see more of in the future. I liked this part for the same reasons you did as well as it demonstrating the posse looking out for one another. I also loved this part because it showed some of the character growth in Raven I’d been hoping for. 🙂
I will also say that MMankin left me chomping at the bit for Rock F*ck Club #3! Luckily it was already available.
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